ビデオの概要

はじめに

This is the Microsoft Surface Book 2, and just like every Surface device we’ve done a teardown on this year it scored horribly on our repairability scale. How bad did it do? We gave it a 1 out of 10, which to be honest is at least a little better than the Surface laptop which got a zero but still. So today I’ll be essentially walking you through how to design a device that’s terrible for repair.

この分解は修理ガイドでは ありません。 お持ちのMicrosoft Surface Book 2を修理する際は、iFixitのサービスマニュアルをご利用ください。

最終案
  • After the difficult opening procedure, the SSD can be replaced.
  • The display assembly consists of a fused glass panel and LCD, and is difficult to remove and replace.
  • The processor and RAM are soldered to the motherboard.
  • Strong adhesive holds many componets in place, including the display, base cover, and both batteries.
  • Many components are on the backs of their respective boards, requiring motherboard removal to replace simple components.
修理難易度スコア
1
10点満点中1点の修理難易度
(10点が最も修理しやすい指標です)

Any chance we will see a 15 inch teardown?

Samuel Young - 返信

I agree with Mr. Young. The 15 inch model houses the new Core i7 8650U, a quad-core processor, as well as a discrete graphics card, the GTX 1060. Any chance that you might be taking a look into that?

Ethan Zuo -

Will there be a written version?

Liam Powell - 返信

Can you swap the ram? (with effort)

Maxi “Maxam” W - 返信

So When you heat up the screen to remove it. When you place the screen back on, what glue do you use to place it back?? didn’t see you remove any screws.

Justin Sinnard - 返信

Any chance that you will tear one down with a GTX 1060 in it? I would love to see that.

Ethan Zuo - 返信

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