Project Tango Teardown: Google's Crazy Camera System (Oh, and a Phone)

Google's Project Tango isn't coming to stores near you any time soon. You wouldn't even know what to do with it if it did. Still, the folks at iFixit got their hands on one and tore it apart. What's inside? Mostly a tonne of crazy cameras, with a phone almost as an afterthought. Read More >>

Samsung Gear Fit Teardown: A Tiny Little Marvel

Whatever you can say about the Gear Fit, or wearables in general, it's an attractive little piece of hardware. As this teardown from iFixit shows, that beauty's not just skin deep. Read More >>

Samsung Galaxy S5 Teardown: You're Not Changing Anything Except its Battery

Samsung's new Galaxy S5 may well be a tiny step into the future, but while its dimpled back may feel like somewhat of a throwback, its insides claim to be anything but. Read More >>

Samsung Gear 2 Teardown: Surprisingly Repairable for a Smartwatch

If you've been wondering how Samsung manages to cram everything into its Gear 2 smartwatch, then wonder no longer: iFixit has torn the thing apart to see what they've crammed into its tiny frame. Read More >>

Amazon Fire TV Teardown: Rock Solid Guts but Expect Some Heat

So, you have your eyes on Amazon's shiny new streaming box, which may just be the fastest smart TV you've ever met. But what lurks beneath its sleek exterior? iFixit had a look inside. Read More >>

Macintosh 128K Teardown: A Time Capsule With Keyboard and Mouse

The Mac turns 30 today, and what better way to celebrate than with a good ol' fashioned autopsy. iFixit proves that can be a lot more fun than it sounds with its classic 128K Macintosh teardown, a beautifully gory history lesson. Read More >>

Steam Machine Teardown: A Gaming PC by Any Other Name

Valve has offered up 300 beta kits of its forthcoming Steam Machine console for developers and the like to play around with. Fortunately, iFixit got its hands on one, too—and then ripped the sucker apart. Here's what's inside. Read More >>

Kinect 2.0 Teardown: Lots of Sensors and Highly Repairable

We've already seen what lurks within the new Xbox One, but what about its sidekick the Kinect 2.0? Wonder no longer, because iFixit has ripped the innards out of the clever little camera to see what's what. Read More >>

iFixit's Xbox One Teardown Reveals Off-the-Shelf, Easily Replaced Components

It's the priciest of all the next-gen consoles at £429, so how easy is it to perform a little DIY surgery on the Xbox One? According to the iFixit teams, it should be reasonably simple, given a host of off-the-shelf components are in use. Read More >>

PS4 Teardown: Beautiful Outside, Tidy on the Inside

The PS4 has landed and it's great—but what lurks beneath its slick, slanted frame? Fortunately that's not something you need to keep wondering, because iFixit has gone and torn the console down so we can all see the guts within. Read More >>

iPad Air Teardown: Glorious Guts, But So Much Glue

We know it's light, fast and beautiful already, but we still haven't seen inside Apple's new iPad Air. Fortunately, iFixit has had the good grace to rip the thing apart. Read More >>

13- and 15-Inch MacBook Pro Teardown: Wild Guts, Pray They Never Fail

It may only be a few days since Apple announced its new 13- and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pros, but iFixit has already torn the suckers apart. And while the insides are storming, taking them apart is a whole different matter. Read More >>

Surface Pro 2 Teardown: New Guts, But Still a Nightmare to Repair

Microsoft's second attempt at the Surface Pro has brought plenty of improvements, even if is still on shaky ground. But tearing the thing apart reveals that its shortcomings still extend to its engineering, too. Read More >>

Kindle Fire HDX Teardown: Blazing Guts (Just Pray It Doesn't Break)

We're big fans of Amazon's new Kindle Fire HDX, but we've been waiting to see exactly what lurks within its sleek frame for a while. Fortunately, iFixit has now stripped it bare, and it's thumbs up all round—unless you wanna try and repair it. Read More >>

Moto X Teardown: So This Is What Made in the USA Looks Like

If you're curious as to what the lovely Moto X looks like on the inside, the surgical team at iFixit has exposed its designed and assembled in the USA innards for all to see. Apparently, you can see right through the woven black case on the Moto X. iFixit also found some other unique choices inside the Moto X too: the camera flash is its own assembly, the vibrator motor is soldered onto the motherboard and what they call the most modular headphone jack iFixit has ever seen. Oh and there's a whole glob of glue too. Read More >>

Blimey, Look How Fast This Nikon Pro Can Teardown a £4,000 D4

We'll just call this guy Mr. Magic Hands, because he makes disassembling and repairing one of the best cameras in the world look so easy that it must be sleight of hand. I know this is real, but I still can't quite believe it. Read More >>


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