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2008-06-06 XO-1 teardown reveals why they can't sell for $100
The OLPC XO-1's displays, batteries, CPUs, fancy enclosures and the rest all add up to a BOM that sits uncomfortably far from the $100 target.
2012-11-14 Teardown: The 4th-Gen iPad unraveled
UBM TechInsights takes a peak into what makes Apple's 4th generation iPad tick.
2014-04-08 Teardown: Samsung crams a bevy of sensors in Galaxy S5
Teardown.com dissected the Galaxy S5 and found out that Samsung's latest Android device is chock full of sensors, all crammed into its tiny chassis. It also includes a bigger battery and a slightly bigger screen.
2010-11-15 Teardown: Kinect Xbox 360 add on has PrimeSense, Marvell, TI, ST parts
a teardown analysis performed by UBM TechInsights of Microsoft Corp.'s Kinect motion-gaming add on for its Xbox 360 found chips made by PrimeSense, Marvell, TI and STMicroelectronics.
2013-11-05 Teardown: iPad Air's A7 faster at 1.4GHz
Early teardowns of the iPad Air from Chipworks and iFixit point to a relatively faster A7 processor and a host of components similar to those found in previous generations.
2010-10-08 TearDown: Inside a 3D desktop scanner
The desktop NextEngine 3D Scanner competes with more expensive scanners by creating mesh files of 3D objects for industrial design, reverse engineering, CGI and content creation. Here's a look inside.
2015-04-16 Teardown: Galaxy S6 Edge exceeds build cost of iPhone 6 Plus
According to the latest teardown from IHS, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone has a manufacturing cost amounting to $5.60 while the iPhone 6 Plus only costs $4.01 to build.
2013-10-01 Teardown: Galaxy Note 3 still king of phablets
TechInsights deems the Galaxy Note 3 as still the leading phablet in the market based on chips utilised in the device.
2015-04-27 Teardown: Chromecast for your inspection
Suspecting either hardware failure or a flawed automatic firmware update, the author gave up trying to revive his Chromecast and instead put it on top of the teardown pile. Here it is for your inspection.
2013-09-24 Teardown: A7, fingerprint sensor main draws for iPhone 5s
A teardown of the iPhone 5s confirms that along with the fingerprint sensor, the A7 is a major enticement for consumers to pick this unit over the 5c.
2008-11-13 Teardown reveals Android phone BOM cost
A virtual teardown conducted by iSuppli Corp. estimates that the BOM cost of T-Mobile G1 smart phone, the first wireless handset to be based on Google Inc.'s Android mobile OS, reached $143.89.
2012-08-29 Teardown noted better margin for Galaxy Note 10.1 than iPad
IHS stated that the Galaxy Note 10.1 could deliver a better margin than iPad if Samsung can maintain its target selling prices.
2007-12-21 Teardown finds design features unique to iPod Touch
While Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch use 90 percent of the same components, there are some unique design differences in the latter gadget, a teardown by a market research firm found.
2005-08-05 Teardown analysis: NOR flash retains mobile place
The following article was provided by Mark DeVoss, a senior analyst with iSuppli Corp., an El Segundo, California-based market research firm.
2013-11-21 Sony PS4 teardown shows near breakeven point on hardware cost
With the PlayStation 4, Sony produced a design whose costs are starting out lower than its price tag—paving the way for the company to quickly attain profitability on hardware sales, said IHS.
2010-10-21 Sony PlayStation Move teardown
The $99 Sony PlayStation Move bundle is powered by devices from STMicroelectronics, Kionx, CSR, AKM Semiconductor and OmniVision Technologies.
2006-11-30 Sony losing on each PlayStation 3, teardown reveals
Sony is taking a considerable loss of more than $240 per unit on each PlayStation 3 video gaming console, according to a "teardown" analysis conducted by market research firm iSuppli.
2015-08-04 Simplicity is beauty: Teardown of an old garage door remote
Compared to RF units that operate from 900MHz for a basic dedicated unit to 2.4GHz and higher for a smartphone connection, it is both easy and tempting to dismiss the design of the RF unit as trivial.
2011-04-30 Samsung Galaxy S4 teardown
UBM TechInsights teardown specialist Allan Yogasingam identifies Broadcom's newest NFC IC and other design wins inside the Galaxy S4.
2012-07-13 Recent teardown reveals Nexus 7's BOM
Google's new Nexus 7 tablet carries a bill of materials of $151.75
2015-07-14 PLC teardown: Allen-Bradley Micro850 for industrial apps
The PLC is symbolic of the high level of ruggedness configurability, isolation performance and ease of use that keeps PLCs strong in factory automation despite the encroachment of embedded computing.
2015-09-24 PLC teardown reveals industrial ruggedness, flexibility
The Allen-Bradley Micro850 PLC costs around $500 yet is symbolic of the high level of ruggedness configurability, isolation performance and ease of use that keeps PLCs strong in factory automation.
2014-08-18 Parrot drone gets GPS teardown
The Drone uses the combination of Bosch BMA150 Accelerometer and BMP180 Barometric Pressure Sensor, Invensense IMU-3000 Gyro & Motion Processor, and Microchip PIC24HJ Microcontroller.
2009-06-10 Palm Pre teardown intros new multitouch controller
A teardown of the Palm Inc.'s Palm Pre revealed few surprises, but left two intriguing questions unanswered.
2014-08-04 Oculus Rift DK2 teardown: Weight, repairability matter
The iFixit teardown revealed that the beta version of DK2 has thinner cables, which contributes to make the device lighter. The improved cable management feature, plus the standard Phillips screws, also makes the kit repair-friendly.
2010-01-13 Nexus One teardown reveals few surprises
A teardown analysis by iSuppli estimated Google Inc.'s Nexus One smart phone's BOM cost at $174.15, featuring chips from Qualcomm, Synaptics and Samsung Electronics, among others.
2008-06-26 New iPhone carries $173 tag, reveals virtual teardown
Apple Inc.'s second-generation iPhone is expected to carry an initial hardware BOM and manufacturing expense of $173, according to a preliminary "virtual teardown" conducted by iSuppli Corp.
2013-06-06 iPod Touch 5 teardown shows Apple resting on its laurels
Miroslav Djuric of iFixit notes that apart from the flash memory, the ICs on the 16GB iPod Touch 5's logic board are the same as those found on the 32 and 64GB models.
2012-09-27 iPhone teardown shows mostly the same suppliers, different components
The IHS teardown reveals that the 16GB model carries a BOM of $199, with the cost rising to $207, when manufacturing expenses are added in, while the 32GB has a BOM of $209.
2016-04-04 iPhone SE teardown reveals perfect mix of old and new parts
The latest components of the smartphone include a power applier module from Skyworks Solutions, a power management IC from TI, and NAND flash from Toshiba.
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