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Submitted by mpctips 581d ago | news

Surface Pro Bombs iFixIt's Teardown Analysis

Maximum PC: Our diabolical friends at iFixIt gave Microsoft's Surface Pro notebook/tablet the teardown treatment, and as always, they documented the surgery with plenty of pics every step of the way. It's a given that you need nerves of steel to tear into some of the devices that end up on iFixIt's operating table, and that's especially true of the Surface Pro, which scored a measly 1 out of 10 on iFixIt's Repairabilty scale (the higher the score, the easier it is to service). (Gadgets, iFixIt, Microsoft, Microsoft Surface Pro, PC hardware)

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