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Monday, 23 June 2014
If you have high hopes that the Surface Pro 3 might be a little different in terms of upgradeability when compared to its predecessors, you’d be proven dead wrong. In fact, the team at iFixit has just recently torn down Microsoft’s latest technological wonder, the Surface Pro 3, just to take a closer look at what the respective tablet contains inside, and you’d be shocked by their findings.

The team uncovered that the Surface Pro 3 has an architecture that is simply too complex to repair or upgrade, and it is exactly like its predecessors that Microsoft released in the past. The only component that can be easily removed is the solid-state drive, but the iFixit team managed to crack the screen, just trying to reach that component itself. Thus, if you have a damaged Surface Pro 3 tablet, you’d better be throwing it into the bin, rather than trying to repair it.

Surface Pro 3 Impossible To Repair Or Upgrade
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