Like every other electronic device that gets sold in stores, the folks over at iFixit will have their way with it, and it looks like the Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet is the latest one to be put under the knife. There’s nothing too exciting to report here – with the tablet being made out of parts that are expected to be there. Though it looks a lot like the Amazon Kindle Fire with it’s shell removed, but what would you expect from two similarly priced Android tablets anyway? In this case, it’s mostly going to be the software that makes all the difference. If you’re keen on checking out what the inside of your NOOK Tablet looks like without having to go through the harrowing process of taking it apart, the iFixit guide is chockfull of pictures just for you.
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