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Your Microsoft Surface device could break within two years, according to Consumer Reports

Microsoft Surface devices have a sleek design, and the Surface Pro laptop seems to be useful for photographers. However, Consumer Reports claims that these gadgets are unreliable. Therefore, they removed the “recommended” label from four Microsoft laptops. According to their report, 25% of these devices will break within two years from the purchase. According to […] The post Your Microsoft Surface device could break within two years, according to Consumer Reports appeared first on DIY Photography.
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