iFixit counted a whole 90 screws that had to be removed to open the Surface Pro up completely as well as a whole bunch of adhesive to boot, eventually forcing it to award the device just 1 out of 10 for repairability. Once within it, they discovered upgrading would be fraught with danger — the SSD, for instance, is perilously close to a number of vital cables which could be easily damaged.
Other than being a tinkerer's nightmare, there are few surprises lurking within — though, intriguingly for a tablet, two fans are present to cool its guts. So, the main take-home is that even though the Surface Pro masquerades as a tablet-come-laptop, it's rather more of a tablet when it comes to repairability. Take it apart at your peril. [iFixit via The Verge]