Base Teardown of the Microsoft Surface Pro Reveals its Un-Reparability

As it turns out, the new Surface Pro is not what a technician would call a repair-friendly machine. The fact is, its officially one of the least repairable devices on the market today. We thought the iPad was hard to fix, but in a teardown of Microsoft’s tablet-laptop hybrid, iFlixit gave it a solid and rock-bottom score of one. Yes, that’s one out of a possible ten. Apple’s iPad came in at a soaring 3. Read the full details of iFixit’s breakdown here.



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