iFixit Gadget Teardowns Lets You Peek Inside Your Devices

iFixit Gadget Teardowns Lets You Peek Inside Your Devices

Range Govindan
Jun 4, 2009

We love our gadgets and gizmos, as well as our HDTVs and home entertainment systems. They are part of our daily lives and people have trouble spending time apart from them. Sometimes, you just wonder how all of these gizmos actually work. That's why we really enjoy the iFixit site Gadget Teardowns. It delves into the guts of a cluster of different devices to see how what makes them tick.

We've already mentioned iFixit a few times, mostly for using the site to make modifications to your cherished Apple products. iFixit launched something called Gadget Teardowns. It doesn't take much to guess what this is all about. This site is about looking what's inside your gadgets. More than just that, it lets users of the site contribute images and testimony of their own personal gadget teardowns. If you've ever wanted to find out what your HDTV's, Xbox's, computers', iPods' and home entertainment system's guts look like, this is the site to visit.

What we really like is that it tells you how to teardown your own gadgets with confidence, step-by-step. This is great if you ever want to put your devices back together. This is a great resource to satisfy anyone's curiosity. It also helps you find out how exactly your computers and gadgets work. We like the step-by-step guides, they are quite informative and provide links to relevant sites as well. [images via iFixit]

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