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By Jerry Hildenbrand
Thursday, Sep 5, 2013 at 12:08 pm EDT
But it sure is fun as hell to watch in slow-motion.
That was glorious.
Beautiful teardown video.
I don't think the heatsink worked very well.
I loved how they showed which pieces were which
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The slow motion part of the video was hilarious!
But, will it blend?;)
This is much better than blending. The blend guys need to up their game!
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The "will it blend" thing should be replaced by what these guys did. "Will it blowup?" :D
Straight up thought that was Smooth McGroove for a few seconds at the beginning.
Fuck I love the internet.
I'm more horrified than usual at this.. Normally im like they are tearing it down to show us whats in it.. ugh.. these dudes just wasted good hardware. I get the humor factor of how it was done.. but such a waste of a good portable gaming device :( I may be permanently scarred.
That was awesome! These guys would fit in with the Mythbusters crew
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One stream recycling!
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Analog thumbstick, son!
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I love the sig. I assuming you're referring to (my beloved) Sprint Galaxy Nexus?
Best tear-down video ever!
ok that was awesome, but still, why? how can someone just throw away all that money. depressing.
Best tear down video eva!
But it also illustrates why things are so expensive - because we* are willing to throw away hard earned cash on precision electronics just to blow them up.
*We being society.
Well that made my afternoon
That was awesome! I LOVE how they labeled the parts mid-explosion; very cool.
For just 1 minute I didn't hate Ashton Kutcher.
I think Ali does nice teardown videos, but that WAS fun.
I don't think explosive teardown would be covered under warranty