Motorola Xoom Teardown

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I love how minimal these things are getting. When I think back to the multiple layers of boards in old phones I opened up, then look at the few tiny little boards with so few discrete components. Give it some time and we’ll just be looking at one fat SoC wired to a battery, screen and antenna. Could do wonders for customizable & modular designs. But except for my opinion what we see here isn’t any else than I excpected it to bee, you can see the tegra 2 chip as well as the LCD and one pretty big battery.

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