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HTC Surround taken apart

01/11/2011, Taking smartphones apart seems to be a hobby to many folks nowadays and following the footsteps of the Dell Streak 7, folks out there have taken the knife to the Windows Phone 7-powered HTC Surround, a fancy phone that features a Dolby surround stereo...

Meizu M9 torn apart, we reveal more details

12/23/2010, The Meizu M9 which arrived in China earlier than expected has already been taken apart for all and sundry to check out its innards. The teardown points toward hardware which is not too different from the Samsung Galaxy S range of smartphones, sporting a...

Meizu M9 Taken Apart

12/21/2010, There have been plenty of teardowns recently of various devices and next up to be dissected is the Meizu M9. In case you’ve missed the news over the last few years, Meizu is the company behind the M8, considered the most high-profile iPhone clone...

Nexus S Teardown Reveals A Flat LCD Inside

12/16/2010, It didn’t take long for the folks over at iFixit to get their hands on the freshly-released Nexus S and now that they’ve got it, they’re doing what they’re well-known for – taking it apart. The teardown shows pretty similar...

OnLive Console Teardown Shows Marvell Armada Chip

12/15/2010, You might remember the Armada processor that was being touted by Marvell a while ago and it was stated that the chip will be showing up in a new gaming platform. Much of the speculation back then linked it to the upcoming Nintendo 3DS and now it turns out...

Archos 101 Android Tablet Dissected

11/07/2010, Folks in the US might not be able to get hold of the Archos 101 Android-powered tablet just yet, but the folks over in Europe are and one French user has decided to put it under the knife and dissect it, showing us the juicy internals. The reason for the...

Microsoft Kinect teardown

11/04/2010, Microsoft has some pretty lofty sales targets for its Kinect system, where it is tipped to sell at least 5 million units this fall. The good people over at iFixit has already taken their Kinect apart, and here’s the “post-mortem” of the...

Samsung Galaxy Tab costs $215 to manufacture

11/02/2010, So you’re paying $699 for your Samsung Galaxy Tab, and reading the headline above will surely send your blood boiling. After all, iSuppli claims that the Galaxy Tab only costs $205 in terms of materials (as we mentioned earlier), while costing $215...

Logitech Revue Teardown

10/25/2010, Many folks out there have been waiting to get hold of the Logitech Revue with Google TV and now the folks over at iFixit have managed to get hold of a unit, and have done what they do best – take it apart. Upon peering into the unit, you’ll...

Dell Streak Teardown Has The Device Bare All

08/19/2010, The folks over at ifixit are doing their usual thing with screwdrivers again, and this time the victim is the Dell Streak. From the teardown, it was noted that the Streak sported a Snapdragon processor, 5-megapixel camera that is apparently quite similar...

Apple Mac Mini teardown

06/16/2010, Wondering how Apple magically crams in all the new features into their unibody Mac mini? Well, the folks over at iFixIt has managed to do it again, this time taking a spanking new Mac mini while tearing it apart (properly done, of course), to show you...

Teardown: New MacBook Battery Could Fit Into The Previous MacBook

05/20/2010, The folks over at iFixit are doing their thing again, in this case it means taking apart Apple’s newly-announced 10-hour MacBook. While you might not be interested in the process of disassembling it, current MacBook owners might want to know that...

Microsoft Kin Two teardown

05/18/2010, The Kin Two from Microsoft is more or less the maiden collaboration between NVIDIA and Microsoft where a cellphone is concerned, where the folks at Chipworks took one apart to find an 8-megapixel image sensor within, making it one of the first few camera...