ASUS' new Eee PC 1015P/1015PE has shown up at the FCC for a quick dismantling, and it brought its user manual along with it. The 10.1-inch netbook made its debut at CeBIT 2010 a few months back, promising up to 14hrs of runtime from the standard 6-cell battery and - on certain models - USB 3.0 connectivity.
We don't know about anyone else, but we can't help but hear the endearing robot from Short Circuit squealing "No disassemble Johnny 5!" when we watch this video of the Motorola DROID X stripped from working handset to constituent parts. Still, the handiwork of DroidX does at least show us what's happening inside Motorola's latest Android smartphone, and if you ever find yourself needing to replace the display or some other component then the walkthrough could be pretty useful.
Video disassembly after the cut
Last we heard, iFixit were in the process of tearing down an iPhone 4 and exposing its delicate innards to the world. That's now finished, and we've got a whole list of parts that help make the Apple smartphone's hardware special. Top of the list for most will be the doubled RAM over the iPad - 512MB versus 256MB, as expected - but there's also an FM radio receiver and a Gorilla Glass fascia.
I already mentioned this morning that the new slim Xbox 360 game console had been torn down and modded. The real hard core geeks out there may have been left wanting after that basic teardown. If you are one of those craving more of a look inside the new Xbox 360, AnandTech has a much more hard core tear down.
Apple's newest Mac mini has suffered the same undignified fate of all fresh Apple products, and gone under the screwdriver in an iFixit teardown. Notably including an HDMI port for the first time, the new Mac mini is another masterpiece of packaging from Cupertino's designers, from its twist-off easy access to the two RAM slots, to the way all the custom components are carefully sandwiched in.
Our HTC EVO 4G review stripped the WiMAX-toting smartphone down to its shockingly red rear panel, but as we've seen before iFixit have no compunction about whipping out the screwdrivers and taking things down to bare circuit boards. They've acquired an EVO 4G ahead of its June 4th retail debut and wasted no time in opening it up.
Sony's second generation VAIO P might arguably only be a gradual evolution of the company's resolutely-widescreen ultraportable platform, but that doesn't mean we don't want to see it in a teardown. Japanese site PC User have done the honors, taking a lime green VAIO P and stripping it down to its constituent parts.