IFixit, the California company known for its tech tear-ups and how-to-fix guides, has posted a helpful "tablet repairability list" that ranks tablets based on how easily they can be fixed.
The list includes many of the most popular tablets and is a helpful guide for users looking to buy tablets that can be quickly fixed or upgraded with better parts.
"Some may care that their tablets are easy to repair and upgrade; others may not," IFixit said in a statement. "For those that do, we've aggregated our repairability scores for the best-selling tablets into one convenient page."
So who ranks best and who ranks last?
Well, at the bottom of the list is the Microsoft Surface Pro. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being easiest to repair, the Surface Pro got a 1. IFixit said opening the Microsoft device can shear its display cables and it uses a lot of adhesive instead of screws to hold parts in place.