It’s getting easier to buy bigger SSDs for the Steam Deck and Surface PCs

Microsoft’s Surface devices had a well-deserved reputation for being impossible to repair in their early years. Newer Surfaces feature detailed repair manuals and easily upgradeable SSDs. The Surface’s storage slot uses the standard M.2 interface, and most devices make it easy to access. But the PCs use relatively rare 30-mm-long drives that most of the big SSD makers simply don’t offer.

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