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iFixit:
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Teardown   —  Join us as we dissect Samsung's newest tablet and attempt to find anything noteworthy inside.  EditStep 1 — Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Teardown We've got our hands on a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.  Before we tear it open to reveal its secrets …
Aug 20, 2012, 11:40 AMIn context
iFixit:
Nexus Q Teardown   —  Did it come from outer space?  Did it rise up from the depths of the lost city of Atlantis?  How much of it was really made in the United States?  When Google announced the Nexus Q at the I/O keynote on June 27, 2012, we decided to take one apart and see what we could uncover.
Jul 5, 2012, 8:15 AMIn context
iFixit:
Nexus 7 Teardown   —  Google announced the Nexus 7 at their I/O keynote on June 27, 2012.  Five days later, we tore one down.  Some are calling the Nexus 7 a ‘Kindle Fire killer,’ but can it stack up to the Fire's impressive eight out of ten repairability score?  We just had to find out.
Jul 3, 2012, 10:10 AMIn context
iFixit:
MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2012 Teardown   —  We've had a busy week since Apple announced its new products at WWDC on June 11, 2012.  We just couldn't stop after digging in to the MacBook Pro with Retina Display and the MacBook Air, so we got our hands on the Mid 2012 MacBook Pro.
Jun 20, 2012, 7:05 PMIn context
iFixit:
MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Teardown   —  In case you missed it, we tore apart the new MacBook Pro with Retina display last week.  Inside, we found a whole mess of pretty, yet difficult to access components.  In fact, the MacBook Pro with Retina display earned our lowest repairability score ever, with 1 out of 10 points.
Jun 19, 2012, 8:35 AMIn context
iFixit:
MacBook Pro with Retina Display Teardown   —  This is it: The Chosen One of MacBook Pros.  While other MBPs were gifted only the standard annual updates, this particular model was bestowed with a Retina display, a thinner profile, two Thunderbolt ports, a full sized HDMI port, and less annoying cooling fans.
Jun 13, 2012, 8:45 AMIn context
iFixit:
MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012 Teardown   —  Apple announced the updated MacBook Air yesterday at WWDC, so, naturally, we're taking one apart.  Join us as we dig into the new 13" MacBook Air, equipped with USB 3.0 and MagSafe 2.  You like what you see?  Want to see more?
Jun 12, 2012, 1:30 PMIn context
iFixit:
Samsung Galaxy S III Teardown   —  Anxious to have the Galaxy in the palm of your hand?  Join us as we take an exciting sneak peek at the Samsung Galaxy S III, the appropriately-named successor to the Galaxy S II.  Images provided courtesy of Chipworks!
Jun 1, 2012, 8:55 PMIn context
iFixit:
iPad 3 4G Teardown   —  Our CXO flew to the Telstra store in Melbourne, Australia and was first in line to get the iPad 3 for our deconstructive pleasure.  A big thanks to Macfixit Australia for letting us use their facility for the teardown!  Tech Specs: Dual-core Apple A5X processor 9.7 inch LED backlit …
Mar 15, 2012, 1:15 PMIn context
iFixit:
Motorola Droid 4 Teardown   —  It's the dawn of a new year, and 2012 brings another update to the line of Droid smartphones by Motorola.  Will this be the best Droid to date?  Will it fall completely on its face?  Will it blend?  The only way to find out is to scroll down and check out the teardown.
Feb 13, 2012, 1:15 PMIn context

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