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    TechRestore iPad Teardown Video

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fs79QEbWrLc"]YouTube - iPad Disassembly by TechRestore[/ame]

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    That is really a neat video!

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    So the weight is basically all in those dual batteries? Man we really need to develop better energy storage technology.

    Very nice vid.
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    It goes to show how far we have come with technology when so much of a major instrument is batteries. Think of how so minimal components can produce so much capability.


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