We all know that Google’s Nexus Q is “made in America“, but is it really? Well, the folks over at iFixit decided to put the media streaming device to the test by doing to it what they do best – giving it a complete teardown. Granted not every part of the device was made in the USA, but the fact that it was assembled in the country should be good enough to warrant the label (I guess it could also explain the Nexus Q’s high price tag). For those of you who are keen on instructions to take apart the Nexus Q or just want to see what its internals are like, head over to the iFixit website for the complete teardown.
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