Can you replace SSD on Microsoft Surface Pro 5?
No, you can’t! all Surface Pro 5 models come with a soldered SSD. So make sure you purchase a Surface Pro 5 model with the right amount of SSD Storage (128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB).
Our recommended MicroSD cards:
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