1. An electronic device with detachable structure, comprising:a bracket, comprising a bracket wedging portion and a notch, wherein the bracket has a receiving recess, the receiving recess has a first side and a second side, the first side is opposite to the second side, and the bracket wedging portion and the notch are adjacently disposed on a front-facing edge on the first side;
a connector, disposed on the second side of the bracket;
a module frame, detachably connected to the bracket, wherein the module frame comprises a frame latch arranged to be linearly moveable between a first position and a second position, arranged such that when the module frame is in the receiving recess and the frame latch is moved to the first position, the frame latch wedges the bracket wedging portion such that the module frame is in a fastened state, and when the module frame is in the receiving recess and the frame latch is moved to the second position, the frame latch is separated from the bracket wedging portion such that the module frame is in a released state adapted to be separated from the receiving recess; and
a carried unit, disposed in the module frame, wherein in the fastened state, the carried unit is connected to the connector;
wherein the frame latch comprises a rod portion and a frame latch wedging portion, the module frame further comprises a frame latch chamber, the frame latch is partially located in the frame latch chamber and is adapted to be moved in the frame latch chamber, wherein the frame latch wedging portion has a frame latch inclined surface, arranged such that as the module frame is pressed into the receiving recess, the bracket wedging portion pushes the frame latch inclined surface so as to drive the frame latch wedging portion into the notch, drive the frame latch toward the second frame latch position and compress an elastic element inside the frame latch chamber, wherein when the frame latch inclined surface passed the bracket wedging portion, the elastic element provides an elastic force on the frame latch to move the frame latch back to the first frame latch position.