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Modifications apportées à l'étape #14

Modifié par Andrew Bookholt

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[* black] RemovingAt this point, not too many interesting components are left in the Series 5's chassis.
[* black] The
I/O port board, left speakerboard can be removed at this point, and it isn't all that interesting. It simply serves to transmit information from the motherboard to the mini PCIe communication cards, USIM card, USB port, and right speaker.
[* black] Speaking of speakers, they are held on with little strips of tape and can be removed at this point. No word on how they sound just yet but judging by their diminutive size and fabric domes, they probably won't be popping eardrums anytime soon.
[* black] Removing the
SD card boardreader reveals the widely-used Realtek RTS5138 SD reader IC.
[* black] RemovingAt this point, not too many interesting components are left in the Series 5's chassis.
[* black] The
I/O port board, left speakerboard can be removed at this point, and it isn't all that interesting. It simply serves to transmit information from the motherboard to the mini PCIe communication cards, USIM card, USB port, and right speaker.
[* black] Speaking of speakers, they are held on with little strips of tape and can be removed at this point. No word on how they sound just yet but judging by their diminutive size and fabric domes, they probably won't be popping eardrums anytime soon.
[* black] Removing the
SD card boardreader reveals the widely-used Realtek RTS5138 SD reader IC.