All-in-one desktop PC released by Microsoft in November 2016. Features a 4.5K, 28" touchscreen PixelSense display and 6th generation Skylake Intel Core i5 or i7. Available with 8 GB/ 16 GB / 32 GB RAM, 1 TB / 2TB hybrid storage, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M / GeForce GTX 980M GPU.

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looking for a teardown video or report of microsoft surface studio

I am looking for the teardown video or report of the Microsoft Surface Studio.

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user guide or repair guide also helps.

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Here you go! Microsoft Surface Studio Teardown

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The screen is cool, and the dial and pen are usefull to me as an architect, but,...........

I want to know if the Surface Studio is upgradable...More RAM?....Bigger hardrive(s)?.....

For $3000 I'll want it to keep going for a few years.

Go iFixit Go!

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The good news is you have two drive interfaces a standards based M.2 SSD and a 2.5" SATA HD so if needed you can alter or gain access to your drives.

The bad news here is like Apple the RAM is soldered! What you buy is what you get! No future upgrades other than a complete logic board swap-out.

Another piece of good news here is gaining access to either drive is a lot easier and less risky than Apples iMac.

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Look here: http://pureinfotech.com/surface-studio-h...

The "Rapid Hybrid Drive" seems to be an M.2 PCIe SSD and a 2.5" hard drive.

Unfortunately, the memory looks like it's soldered on-board.

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%#*@.. i would gladly have the device be a bit larger in order to be able to replace the components!!!!

wtf!

THANKS, for the link

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Me too. Who needs an anorexic desktop attached to a 28 inch screen! Makes very little sense apart from aesthetics

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I emailed iFixit and they said that they'd look into it but that "Unfortunately we can't do a teardown of every device. I have forwarded your inquiry to our technical writing department, who spearhead the teardowns. They'll see if they can squeeze in your suggested teardown, but unfortunately they're super busy --so I can't promise anything!"

So, I doubt that we will be seeing the innards of this device anytime soon...

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It's not just any device. Its a potential game changing device! It would be worse than not tearing down the macbook pro

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Thank you so much! It's nice to know that our requests are at least evaluated!

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pleasssee do a teardown!!!

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Me too. A hybrid HDD? Is this a joke?!

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I upgraded to to a SATA SSD 2TB and a M.2 NVMe SSD 1TB and wrote my experience here:

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/cesarde...

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