OUYA game console has been pretty popular lately, and with the device shipping to thousands of buyers over the next month or so we'll only be hearing more. While reviews have been mixed, the potential for the Android-powered game console are quite high. Today the folks from iFixit are back with another teardown. Showing us the insides of the OUYA.
GALAXY S 4 flagship smartphone is now out and in the wild. Arriving on doorsteps and in reviewers hands this phone is finally here. In the usual fashion the folks from iFixit have a nice little teardown like they do with every device, and so far the GALAXY S 4 sounds pretty good. Finding plenty of plastic on the inside - just like the outside - but more importantly it scored high on repairability.
GALAXY S 4 right? It hasn't even hit the market yet and we already have some detailed pictures and a video showing the device completely tore apart for the sake of repair-ability. While this isn't the first one we've seen, it finally goes into depth about the device and will hold us over until the popular iFixIt get their hands on one.
Sony's new and impressive Xperia Tablet Z, we can say it is one sleek and thin tablet. They've managed to pack tons of hardware and a quality device into one svelte package, and now we're getting a look at the inside. Why wait for a third party to do it, when you can yourself. Enjoy the teardown video below provided by Sony.
iFixIt crew. After all, we have seen the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and countless other devices torn apart and opened up. This latest however comes a little bit different. The latest is for the Pebble smartwatch and differs in that the watch ends up being destroyed.
teardown of the LG Nexus 4 smartphone, and now we have the Nexus 10 getting the same teardown. This time around however the teardown isn't by iFixit and instead comes from the folks at PowerbookMedic. Just like most teardowns we get a nice breakdown and look at the internals that make these devices tick.
teardowns here on Android Community, they're conducted by a third party organization and are meant to give us not only a better idea of the hardware inside, but also the price of all the parts included in the device. That isn't the case with this teardown of the Xperia Tablet S, as Sony has decided to conduct the teardown itself. As a result, the company won't be telling us the combined price of all of the components, but we still get a close look at the tablet's innards nonetheless.
ASUS and Google's new Nexus 7 tablet has been released that conflicts with previous reports. After announcing the tablet Google was quoted saying they were making no profit from the tablet, but that wasn't entirely accurate. Last week we reported the tablet cost around $184 to manufacture but new reports today claim it's much less.