Microsoft’s excuse for why Surface devices don’t have upgradable RAM or Thunderbolt 3 is… weird

Ever wondered why the Surface Pro 7 didn’t go with Thunderbolt 3 support when Microsoft finally introduced USB-C to its range of well-liked hybrids? Well, Microsoft does have a reason why all Surface devices don’t support Thunderbolt, and indeed why they have soldered RAM (which makes upgrading the memory impossible).

So what’s the explanation behind these key moves which have doubtless served to annoy some of the Surface user base?

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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