Microsoft announced it's Surface line in June of 2012 with the original Surface Pro. Since then it has released a couple more iterations, and even expanded into a Surface Book, Surface Laptop and Surface Studio. These are excellent devices that sport touch screens. The devices can also take stylus or pen input which make them ideal for artists, students and pros alike. The Surface Pro lineup act as both tablets and laptop replacements. Below are the current Surface repairs we offer. The most common Surface repairs we do are cracked glass repairs, LCD replacements and digitizer fixes. If you need a repair that's not listed, don't hesitate to give us a call.
Microsoft's Surface Book sports a 13.5" display with a 2,000 x 3,000 resolution. It allows for a 10 point multitouch, pen inputs and varying reclining modes with built in fulcrum. You can use it in tablet mode, or connect it to the keyboard base for extra battery life and if you have the GPU model, an additional boost of power. Unfortunately like most devices made of glass, this device can crack if dropped, the LCD can go our or touch may stop working. Fortunately we can fix all of the above.
This is a catalogue of the repairs we offer for the Surface Pro 4. Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 sports a 12.3" display with a 2,736 x 1,824 resolution. It allows for multitouch, pen inputs and varying reclining modes with a kickstand. With so much technology packed into such a small form factor, things can break. Luckily, we can fix a number of things that go bad on this device.
This is a catalogue of the repairs we offer for the Surface Pro 3. The Surface Pro 3 has a 12" wide display with a 2,160 x 1,440 resolution. The most common thing to break on this model is the glass screen. We can fix shattered screens as well as a host of other problems your Surface Pro 3 may have. The Windows logo is at the right side when holding the device in landscape mode vs. the bottom for the Surface Pro 1 & 2.
This is a catalogue of the repairs we offer for the Surface Pro 2. The Surface Pro 2 has a 10.81" screen with a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution with a 46% better color accuracy than the Surface Pro 1. The Surface Pro 2 will say Windows 8.1 behind the kickstand vs Windows 8 on the Surface Pro 1 with a back of painted black metal. The biggest difference vs the Surface Pro 1 is the newer Haswell chip inside which means longer lasting battery life.
This is a catalogue of the repairs we offer for the Surface Pro 1. The Surface Pro 1 has a 10.6" screen with a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution. This model Surface Pro will say Windows 8 below the kickstand.