Microsoft revealed the latest version of their high-end Microsoft Surface Laptop recently, called the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, it was introduced with a range of improvements over the 4th version.

This includes a 12.3-inch IPS display that has a 2,736 x 1,824-pixel resolution and much more.

You can fit it out with one of Intel’s Kaby Lake processors, including their range of Core processor from the m3 all the way up to the i7.

To top that off, you can choose a version with RAM options from 4GB to 16GB, as well as storage from 128GB all the way up to 256GB.

Today iFixit released their customary tear down of this device, revealing the insides of the Surface Pro 5 and how easy it is to repair.

Interestingly, iFixit actually marked it as harder to repair than the MacBook, giving it a 1 out of 10 on their repairability scale.

Be sure to hit up the source link below to read all about that repairability and find out more about the Surface Pro 5.

Source: iFixit

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