Monday , November 19 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » X-Rays of the Asus Nexus 7 (updated: now in 3D)


Thanks to Scott, one of our regular podcasters and behind the scenes contributors here at Ausdroid, I have this awesome image to share with you. We’ve seen the teardown guide for the Asus Nexus 7 thanks to iFixit but I’m personally fascinated by X-Rays and Scott has come through for me and for you our readers. The cool factor is right up there with this pic of the Nexus 7 sitting next to the Galaxy Nexus, click on the image for the full size version :

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Maybe next time I’m in Melbourne I`ll take all my Nexii down and have him do the full family ;). Now, who can name all the parts just from the X-Ray?

Nexus 7 in 3D

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Nexus 7 is upside-down on the side-by-side!

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Ooops – no its not – I thought was looking from the back.

Lack of reference points for X-ray. Nice to know why my left hand feels warm near the bottom left side when playing WMW. Tegra 3 is there.

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Nice one, that looks very cool.

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