Zune HD suffers indignity of teardown

Sep 16, 2009
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If seeing the outside of Microsoft's Zune HD wasn't good enough for you, then Rapid Repair have gone a few steps further and fully dismantled the touchscreen OLED PMP.  Their latest teardown delivers no great surprises - unlike the iPod touch 3G, there's no sign of a camera module nook, nor untapped WiFi potential - but the mediaplayer itself is deemed relatively straightforward (though warranty-breaking) to get inside should you need to attempt a DIY fix.

The PMP does, apparently, have a hidden message on the inside back cover, reading "For Our Princess" and said to be in memory of a member of the Zune HD development team who passed away during its creation.  For more on the Zune HD, check out our unboxing video and hands-on gallery.


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