Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 teardown
After cracking open Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 last year, I criticized the tablet for feeling flimsy and having tamper-resistant screws on the back cover. Thankfully, Samsung addressed both these concerns in the 10-inch Note.
For a detailed analysis of the teardown, check out my article and video, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 teardown shows rigid, repair-friendly design .
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Cannot be bothered to write my comment again here, on which seems to be essentially the same blog with a few more pictures attached, please use link below if interested! http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/cracking-open/samsung-galaxy-note-101-teardown-shows-rigid-repair-friendly-design/810?tag=nl.e101 Wow its lonely here, not so much a conversation as a monolog.