A few years ago, the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 was a great piece of hardware.
It had a gorgeous design, and the keyboard and trackpad were among the best in the world.
But then Microsoft started removing transparency from its Windows Media center.
This year, Microsoft’s redesigned Surface Pro 5 is also being offered in aluminum foil.
The new Surface Pro 4 and 5, however, are still listed as having aluminum foil on the front.
This is because aluminum foil is not an anti-reflective coating.
It has the ability to reflect light back at the viewer, but is only reflective when it comes in contact with a surface.
So, it can’t be used to protect the display from direct sunlight.
Aluminum foil is often used as an accent on a device, especially for the edges of a device.
And it can be very reflective when you are standing in front of a TV.
The problem with aluminum foil, however?
It’s a poor reflector, and is prone to discolorations.
So if you’re concerned about your Surface Pro’s display, you’ll want to check out our video below.
How to Replace Aluminum Fleece Transparency with Surface Pro Fitting guide