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[* black] We interrupt this disassembly to bring you display chips!
[* red] Analogix ANX2604, supposedly a [https://www.ewisetech.com/Library/ICPackage/45079/|DisplayPort Converter|new_window=true].
[* orange] Microsoft
Microsoft X904169 06 CL1706, possibly N-Trig's [https://www.ewisetech.com/Library/ICPackage/45082/|Surface Pen Controller|new_window=truecontroller|new_window=true].
[* yelloworange] Microsoft X904163 01 CL1708
[* yellow] Analogix ANX2604, supposedly a [https://www.ewisetech.com/Library/ICPackage/45079/|DisplayPort converter|new_window=true].
[* red] Analogix ANX2604, supposedly a [https://www.ewisetech.com/Library/ICPackage/45079/|DisplayPort Converter|new_window=true].
[* orange] Microsoft
Microsoft X904169 06 CL1706, possibly N-Trig's [https://www.ewisetech.com/Library/ICPackage/45082/|Surface Pen Controller|new_window=truecontroller|new_window=true].
[* yelloworange] Microsoft X904163 01 CL1708
[* yellow] Analogix ANX2604, supposedly a [https://www.ewisetech.com/Library/ICPackage/45079/|DisplayPort converter|new_window=true].
[* black] LG makes this display, which seems suspiciously similar to the one we found on the [guide|92362|Surface Pro 5|stepid=173110|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] Could they be cross-compatible? Stay tuned!

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