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The Surface Studio earns a 5 out of 10 on our repairability scale (10 is easiest to repair):

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.

The entire display assembly can be replaced as a piece, without dismantling the display or the base.

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.

A few components embedded in the display (buttons, front sensors, and speakers) will be difficult to replace if they fail.