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+[title] Final Thoughts
[* black] The Surface Studio earns a ***5 out of 10*** on our repairability scale (10 is easiest to repair):
[* green] The base is easy to open and home to several modular components—including the standard SATA hard drive and M.2 SSD—that can be replaced without disassembling the display.
[* green] The entire display assembly can be replaced as a piece, without dismantling the display or the base.
[* red] The RAM, CPU, and GPU are soldered to the board and cannot be upgraded. You may want to think twice about that 8 GB configuration.
[* red] A few components embedded in the display (buttons, front sensors, and speakers) will be difficult to replace if they fail.