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Repair club started by Ethan Zuo, waiting for school...
Kinda sucks that they’re still using the A10 chip in the iPad Pro. It needs to drive more pixels than an iPhone but still has a weaker chip.
First! Looks like the Switch Lite is based off of the original Switch. The battery, mainboard, etc. are in the same position, and the cooling system is near-identical to the original. Also looks like there's no video output chip, so this model is physically incapable of outputting to a display.
Is it just me, or do the three rear cameras look like a bowling ball finger holes?
I think this phone is quite nice. However, I wish that they could have simplified the design to make it waterproof (external enclosure could be the display, midframe, and backplate with rubber o-rings. Also, I think that a faster processor, like the Cortex A7X series, would make this phone feel a lot faster. This CPU is around 2.5 times as fast as a Raspberry Pi 3B+, which uses the same A53 cores.
How repairable is it? Will it run Minecraft? Can I install Linux? xD
I really liked the bit on the Note 7 though. In case you cannot locate a Note 7, feel free to use a MiG-25 Foxbat turbojet engine as a substitute.
500W is far too little to host a full-fledged Xeon W and a Vega 56. I think Apple relies on thermal throttling and underclocking so performance doesn’t get “too high”. How will it ever support 18 FRICKIN’ CORES and a VEGA 64?!
Teardown suggestions: Google Home Mini, Google Home Max, and iMac Pro. Thank you so much! The Pro Tech Toolkit is AWESOME!
Any chance that you will tear one down with a GTX 1060 in it? I would love to see that.
I agree with Mr. Young. The 15 inch model houses the new Core i7 8650U, a quad-core processor, as well as a discrete graphics card, the GTX 1060. Any chance that you might be taking a look into that?
Can you please also tear down the Google Home Mini? It’s now on sale. Also, please murder an Amazon Echo Pro. Thanks!
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