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|Walk-In 2 Hour Repair
No Appointment Needed
|Screen Assembly Replacement
Part & Labour Included
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Screen Repair
Any Surface Pro 3 Repair at the Microsoft Store is $549 + $69 to transfer your data!
Please call ahead to verify stock availability.
Common issues you might experience with your Microsoft Surface Pro 3:
If you are having any problems with your Microsoft Surface Pro 3, you might think it is too much trouble to fix the problem. And with a big box store like Best Buy, or Microsoft themselves, you would be right!
But at the Techknow Space, we have expert technicians who work on site, so we can offer you the fastest turnaround and most stress-free repair process possible.
Repairs at a big box store can take a couple of days, and Microsoft can take weeks to get your Surface Pro 3 up and running again.
But at the Techknow Space, we can repair your SP3 within 2 hours, headache-free.
3 months ago
Great job! Looks amazing - best price ever.
Microsoft has been promising the “death of the laptop” with their line of Surface Pro tablets for the last two generations of the device.
The Surface Pro 3 is the latest frontrunner from Microsoft’s string of laptop-slayers, and might actually be the one to achieve this claim. The hardware inside the small-but-mighty 12-inch tablet is more in line with what you would expect from a much larger device.
Microsoft’s developers have packed a punch with the Surface Pro 3. There are five different options to choose from, depending on your usage needs, hard drive space requirements, and the kind of performance you expect from your tablet.
These extra options are partly meant to offer users more input into what they are getting inside their device, and to keep the costs down for users who don’t need a top of the line, speedy, high-performance tablet, and reserve that for the users who want those kind of specifications.
3 months ago-
Great customer service. Totally recommend it.
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