Replacing keys voids warranty?

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  1. User_One

    User_One Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'm planning on buying a Lenovo Y720 but it comes with QWERTZ. Does aybody know if replacing the keys voids warranty?
     
  2. ZaZ

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    Why would you want to replace keys on a new machine?
     
  3. superguy25

    superguy25 Notebook Evangelist

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    I'm guessing because it's a QWERTZ keyboard and not a QWERTY, so it's not a US/North American model.

    Can't you just change the keyboard layout in the OS?
     
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    Perhaps, but if you change the physical key that doesn't change what it does when it's struck.
     
  5. User_One

    User_One Notebook Enthusiast

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    You can change the mapping on the OS. I only want to change them so I know what I'm pressing :p
     
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