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iFixit:
Nvidia Shield Teardown   —  It's a gamepad.  It's a tablet.  It's a gamblet—erm, Shield?  You love your hybrid car, you love your hybrid golf clubs, but will you love this hybrid game console?  We're still not sure if this is an awesome gaming tablet, or an awesome tabletting game console.
Aug 1, 2013, 6:59 PMIn context
iFixit:
MacBook Air 13" Mid 2013 Teardown   —  Apple used its Worldwide Developers Conference to yet again debut a new MacBook Air model.  Join us as we see what 12 months of vintaging has done for the 13" variety of Cupertino's prized ultra-slim laptop.  Step 1 — MacBook Air 13" …
Jun 11, 2013, 10:25 PMIn context
iFixit:
Samsung Galaxy S4 Teardown   —  What are we all searching for in life?  Happiness?  Money?  Bobby Fischer?  Samsung sets out to answer that question with their newest in the Galaxy S line.  What we all need is no more than a life companion.  So ditch the real-life social interactions …
Apr 26, 2013, 5:00 PMIn context
iFixit:
Oculus Rift Teardown   —  Let's face it, the year is 2013.  Where are our flying cars?  Why isn't deep space travel a thing yet?  Why hasn't virtual reality become, well, reality?  The Oculus Rift seeks to fill that lack of virtual reality in our lives.  Still in its early developmental stage …
Apr 10, 2013, 1:25 PMIn context
ifixit:
HTC One Teardown   —  Who's gonna save the world tonight?  Who's gonna bring you back to life?  That's right ladies and gentlemen, the HTC One is here to save the world tonight.  Machined from one solid block of aluminum, the HTC One is the One smartphone capable of almost anything.
Mar 28, 2013, 7:10 PMIn context
iFixit:
BlackBerry Z10 Teardown   —  The allure of Spring is in the air.  Feel the weather warming up.  The hills covered with blooming flowers.  And with Spring comes the reemergence of berries, specifically BlackBerrys.  The BlackBerry Z10 is BlackBerry's (the company formerly known as RIM) newest flagship smartphone.
Mar 25, 2013, 12:55 PMIn context
iFixit:
Pebble Teardown   —  Welcome to the future of watch evolution.  The Pebble E-Paper Watch is the “first watch built for the 21st century.”  It can track your bikerides, display your text messages, and even tell the time!  We had no choice but to bust the Pebble open and see what made it tick.
Mar 13, 2013, 11:40 AMIn context
iFixit:
Microsoft Surface Pro Teardown   —  It's a laptop!  It's a tablet!  It's a lablet!  It's...it's...Microsoft's Surface Windows 8 Pro, and it's about to go down on the teardown table.  Want more super gadget gutting?  Follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.
Feb 13, 2013, 10:30 AMIn context
iFixit:
Nexus 4 Teardown   —  The Nexus 4 landed in our inbox just in time for a Friday teardown-a-rama.  Questions that linger in our minds: Is it good as a phone?  No idea.  We dived right into the Nexus 4for science!  Will it blend?  We'll let Tom answer that one.  How repairable is it?
Nov 17, 2012, 1:00 PMIn context
iFixit:
iPad 4 Teardown   —  We got our hands on the fourth generation of iPad; we shall call it iPad 4.  The iPad 4 is kind of like a fourth book added on to a trilogy: its release was a bit sudden and unexpected, but it's a part of the group, nonetheless.  This fourth iteration of iPad shares a lot …
Nov 2, 2012, 1:15 AMIn context

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