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Kindle Fire Tear Down Details: It’s Less Expensive Than We Thought

One of the more obvious inevitabilities when a product like the Kindle Fire is released is a detailed tear down of the components.  It’s always interesting to find out what goes into making useful new electronics so functional, after all.  Recently iFixit was on the ball and ripped apart a new Kindle for our benefit.  […]

Kindle Fire Review and Disassembly Coming Next…

Along with Kindle Touch that I’ve just reviewed I’ve also received to copies of Kindle Fire. One shall live happily ever after and enjoy long sessions of Angry Birds and another shall be dissected to see what exactly is there inside. But I’ll get some sleep first. Stay tuned!

Kindle 4 Disassembly – Part I

So my Keyboardless Kindle 4 (we can call it that since it is the first Kindle device to hit the market that features software 4.0) arrived late in the evening. Surely enough my curiosity got the better of me and armed with a screwdriver and tweezers I set out to take it apart and see […]