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Microsoft Surface Laptop 3

Microsoft launched its latest Surface laptop lineup in the US at the start of this month. These laptops were the Surface Laptop 3, Surface Pro 7 and other devices in the Surface lineup. However, we are here to tell you about Microsoft Surface Laptop 3. This is obviously the successor to Surface Laptop 2 and is claimed to be the best on-the-go device.

Now, Microsoft showed on stage that the device can be very easily opened. While we say this, we mean from both the inside and the outside. So Panos Panay, Microsoft’s product head, showed how you can open the lid of Surface Laptop 3 with a finger. Now, this is nothing new as we have seen this from years in the Apple MacBook series.

But what Microsoft claims additionally is that its laptop is extremely easy to repair as well. So basically, the keyboard of Surface Laptop 3 can be removed even without using a screwdriver. Panos showed on stage how easy it is to remove the keyboard shell and go on inside of the laptop. From there, you can easily change the battery, install more RAM and do other tweaks as well. Now, this means that the laptop is a dream for everyone who knows a thing or two about assembling PCs.

Apart from that, the SSD on Surface Laptop 3 and Surface Pro 7 was also claimed to be extremely easy to replace. Because there is a separate slot given on the backside of these devices. As claimed, The Verge reports that it is actually very easy to fiddle around with Microsoft’s Surface Laptop 3.

However, the disappointment is that CPU and RAM on the laptop are soldered with the motherboard. Therefore, you can’t upgrade them unless you want to replace the entire motherboard. While the SSD is easily replaceable, it is difficult to find an M.2 SSD which is supported by the laptop so there’s that as well.

Mike loves sharing his ideas on technology, smartphones, and gadgets on Ontechedge. With a diploma in Computer Science, Mike is passionate about apps, programming, and does a lot of freelance testing for iOS developers. He also works with FMS marketing for their tech clients. You can connect with him at [email protected]

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