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Macbook Pro 15″ Retina Display Teardown Finally Completed to Include the Display

When the first teardown of the new Macbook Pro with Retina display appeared it did not include the display because iFixit needed time to figure out how to take it apart.   Finally rounding up the right tools they took a second shot at discovering how…

Intel Atom 1025CE Torn Apart – RAM & HDD Upgrade is Possible

There is a new trend with Netbooks and it’s one that doesn’t benefit the consumer, its cutting off access to the guts and making it very difficult to access the Hard Drive and the RAM. So instead of simply unscrewing a panel youll have to…

Samsung Explodes the (View of the) Galaxy Note

Samsung recently posted an exploded view of the Galaxy Note’s components along with detailed information on their company blog.

A lot of us gadget geeks are interested not only in the gadgets that we carry, but also how they work, or what makes them tick.…

ASUS Transformer Prime Gets Torn Down on Camera

While researching the GPS issues in the Transformer Prime AnandTech decided that it would be easier if the just tore it apart. AnandTech didn’t find any surprises in the Prime, noting that there’s a 32GB Hynix e-NAND (eMMS controller + MLC NAND in a single…

ASUS Transformer Prime GPS Issues Due to Hardware Design

Recently ASUS pushed a firmware update to improve performance of the camera, speed of GPS lock, and other general improvements for the Transformer Prime. However, it seems like the software update didn’t really help GPS functionality.
The software update allowed GPS satellite data to be…

Sony Tablet S Gets Cracked Open & Shows off a Few Surprises

The Sony Tablet S… went on sale last week so its not surprising that some one has taken it apart for a full undressing. Most 10 inch Android tablets are sporting similar hardware so its a nice surprise that the Tablet S had a few

Nokia N9 Gets Torn Down by the FCC with User Manual

Nokia’s N9… is on the top of my gadget lust list at the moment and I can’t wait for this smartphone to come to market. Not only because the MeeGo OS looks elegant but the camera is drool worthy and rivals most point and shoots

Teardown of the 10 inch Lenovo LePad

Just because the Lenovo LePad is only available in China doesn’t mean that we can’t take a look at what’s under the hood. IMP3 has taken it apart so we can look at the 1.3GHz Snapdragon chipset with Adreno 205 integrated graphics as well as…

Lenovo Thinkpad X120E Gets Torn Down & Reviewed on Video

Who doesn’t love a good tear down, especially of a very decent device. The Lenovo X120E is a great netbook which was torn down we’ve discovered on YouTube. The Lenovo ThinkPad X120e is 11.6 inches with a 1366 x 768 pixel display resolution and an…

Apple A5 Processor Dissection Reveals Samsung’s Handywork

Word on the street was Apple’s A5 chip was being produced by TSMC but Chipworks shows in their full teardown of the chip itself, the Apple A5 processor is fabricated by Samsung. If you’re into geeking out on processor porn there are photo’s several comparing…

Dell Streak 7 Android Tablet Undressed on video

Dell has released the bigger brother to their Dell Streak 5 last week at CES with the Dell Streak 7… a 7 inch Android 2.2 tablet running NVIDIA Tegra 2. This unit still has the scratch proof Gorilla Glass display with 16GB of storage and

ASUS 1018P Takes it all off for the FCC

The new flagship ASUS Eee PC series is on the way into the market, the new ASUS Eee PC 1018P has been taken apart by the FCC, giving us a chance to look under the hood. Apparently, ASUS 1018P has an even smaller motherboard leaving…

Sony VAIO P 2 Complete Teardown Photographed

A picture is worth a thousand words and there are a thousand pictures so I’ll try to to use too many words!  What we’ve got here is a teardown of the Vaio P 2, externally, there are a number of changes, but under the …

Apple iPad unboxed, Undressed & ReDressed in 1 Very Cool Video!

If an iPad… could take itself out of the box and take it self apart this is what that would look like. The iPad however doesn’t put itself back together on its own, it has a little bit of help from a technician over at