When Microsoft launched its Surface Laptop 3 last year in October, the tech world became a little richer. The gadget is also equipped with a touchscreen, a 10th Gen Ice Lake processor, up to 16GB of RAM, an SSD of 1TB, and much more.
But even so, this beautiful laptop also has its flaws. Plenty of users had been complaining by the fact that the display of the Surface Laptop 3 is getting cracked due to apparently no obvious reasons. But they shouldn’t despair, as a fix comes from perhaps the most unexpected source.
Microsoft is aiming to repair the screens for free on Surface Book 3
The creators of the laptop clearly said that if you experience the screen issue with your Surface Laptop 3, you can contact Microsoft Support to ask for a free of charge repair. The only condition is that your laptop is under the warranty period. Microsoft also said the following:
“We have investigated claims of the screen cracking on Surface Laptop 3 and have determined that, in a very small percentage of cases, a hard foreign particle may cause a hairline fracture in the glass that may seem to appear unexpectedly or without visible cause.”
If you don’t already own a Surface Laptop 3 from Microsoft, you might consider buying one. The device has a lot to offer, and its creators are once again offering relevant details:
“Beautiful inside and out, here’s everything you need to know about the perfect laptop for everyday productivity — now in 13.5” and 15”.
Using the Surface Book 3 laptop is also very comfortable, as it weighs only 2.79 pounds, and it has the following dimensions: 12.1” x 8.8” x .57” (308 mm x 223 mm x 14.5 mm). With its powerful processor and RAM, the laptop can also assure smooth multitasking for multiple tabs and apps.
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