Hi guys, remember the Asus Eee Transformer Prime teardown? We promised you a closer look inside the chips and here you have it. Just check out the link in the bottom and you¨ll be taken to chipworks who have conducted some closer research on the silicon within this wondertablet.
This must be the first teardown of a cable we’ve ever had, and i seriously didn’t think it could be that exiting, on the other hand it is a lot better than you might think.
As usual iFixit has made a teardown of one of the latest gadgets, and they found twelve larger chips and a bunch of other bantam components within Apple’s first Thunderbolt cable, and they didn’t hesitate to suggest that the $50 asking price was at least somewhat justified. But this one is a little different, adding two more chips and a clearer text on the large one. (more…)
Yesterday apple released a new set of imacs, we didn’t post them because the only new thing was the “thunderbolt i/o port” but since its only apples lame excuse for usb5.0 combined with hdmi. Either how the teardown might be a little more interesting. So here we go:
The ipad 2 is here, and we all know what that means. Teradown! Here we get an inside look on the brand new apple tablet. But as the title says, it’s close to impossible to open it without breaking the screen, why dosen’t apple want us to open their products? First the flower screws on the iphone 4 and now the adhesive thing on the ipad2, oh well. Here is a video and some shots.