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iFixit tears down new MacBook Air

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on July 21st, 2011

iFixit has a new MacBook Air. You know what that means.Tearing it open and checking it out. So what did they find. There’s the new Thunderbolt port of course and the fancy new keyboard backlighting. But inside is where all the good stuff is.

There’s an Intel Core i5 processor of course and a Bluetooth 4.0 chip and we also learned that the MacBook Air scores a four out of ten for ease of repair, so it might be best to leave this job to the experts. After all this toy is expensive.

BlackBerry PlayBook gets a tear down

Posted in BlackBerry,Playbook by Conner Flynn on April 19th, 2011

Do you know what’s in your PlayBook? Well, we already knew most of the specs, but some things we were unsure of. Like whether the 7-inch tablet had a gyroscope. Now we know that it does, thanks to the guys over at iFixit who have done their usual great job of prying a gadget open and digging inside. What would we do without them?

They gave it a repairability score of 7 out of 10, which is pretty good. Replacing the front glass is a bit hard, but that is true of most devices. Hit the link below for the full details and lots of awesome pics. And don’t try it at home unless you are very confident in your skills.

HTC HD7 gets an FCC tear down

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2011

The HTC HD7 arrived at the FCC in October of last year, but they are just getting around to showing us it’s internal and external photos. It was originally called the HD3 since it will succeed the HTC HD2 , but they decided on the HD7 name to be consistent with Windows Phone 7 branding.

The device’s teardown photos show off its Qualcomm SnapDragon processor, Qualcomm Power Management chip and internal memory, which is a 16GB SanDisk chip. Hit the link below to check out it’s guts in a variety of images.

Samsung Focus gets massive tear-down

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on December 22nd, 2010

So what exactly is inside of a Samsung Focus? If you’ve been dying to know, but have been understandably unwilling to take yours apart, don’t worry. Someone has done it for you, dissecting the whole thing, and showing you the various chips that are on board from Qualcomm, Micron and others.

One thing they noticed is the use of SanDisk 8GB NAND flash RAM, instead of Samsung’s own memory solutions. The 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor is also in there. No need to take apart your own to satisfy your curiosity.

Samsung Galaxy Tab gets torn down

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on November 12th, 2010

iFixit loves to tear down each and every gadget. Now they have put the Samsung Galaxy Tab on the operating table. What did they learn? Well, the removal of that pane of Gorilla glass turned out to be the trickiest part, requiring a lot of heat and a bit of prying.

It eventually came off and the teardown proceeded. The operation was a complete success. Hit the link below for pictures of the entire teardown.

Dell Streak gets torn down

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2010

And now because you love to look inside of your favorite gadgets, but don’t want to sacrifice your own, we have some Dell Streak teardown pics. As usual, the folks over at iFixIt did the autopsy for you.

There’s really nothing unusual here, but as always it is fun. One interesting thing is that the Streak’s Gorilla Glass front panel is bonded to the LCD, so you’ll have to replace both if it breaks. Other than that we can just enjoy it’s innards and poke around visually.

iFixit Tearing Down the Apple iPad

Posted in iPad by Darrin Olson on April 3rd, 2010

Apple iPad tear down by iFixitApple’s new iPad has been available for only a hand full of hours and our friends at iFixit have already started tearing it down to see what’s on the inside. They haven’t had too much time with it at this point, but enough to crank out over 20 steps and photos of the dissemblance.

We have a few more photos below, but check out the 28 steps and even more photos showing all the details over at iFixit.com.

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ExoPC gets torn apart for your amusement

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2010

You might remember that $599 8.9-inch ExoPC that we showed you last week. Well, its already been lovingly torn apart for your gawking eyes.

Just from the pictures of the tablet, you’ll easily see an Intel Atom N270 CPU, 945 chipset and 2GB worth of RAM. It also appears to have a free SIM slot on its edge. Another obvious thing is the fact that the ExoPC looks like its built pretty solid.