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Author Topic: A teardown of Microsoft’s new Surface laptop reveals that it’s almost impossible to repair  (Read 236 times)

Offline mozart123

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We really liked Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop: it’s got the right balance of power, portability, and design. It’s also apparently impossible to repair on your own, according to teardown specialists at iFixit.

There’s no screws holding the case together, so the technicians were forced to try and pry apart the Alcantara fabric, noting that it was difficult to do without tearing it. Underneath, the individual components are also difficult to remove: the keyboard is glued down, and the motherboard is covered with a series of thermal pads. The team also reports that they can’t disconnect the battery until several other components are removed, and once they get to it, they found that it’s glued directly to the case.

https://www.theverge.com/2017/6/17/15824670/microsoft-surface-teardown-ifixit-impossible-repair

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Offline marzi

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^bebenta na naman ang greenhills nyan.
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Offline Drummeroo

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^bebenta na naman ang greenhills nyan.
Sa Greenhills ang imposible, nagiging Posible!
Wala ka na nga hitsura, wala ka pa diskarte. Wala ka talaga.

Offline marzi

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heat gun at mga solvents na pang dissolve ng glue lang baklas yan e.
I turn myself into a monster to fight against the monsters of the world.

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