The Nexus 10 says Samsung on the back, and after a detailed teardown we find that most of the innards say the same thing. The folks at Powerbook Medic have yanked that gorgeous screen off and had a peek at what's inside, and they found that the battery, processor and flash storage are all genuine Samsung parts.
Not surprising, considering that we've seen those same components be made by Samsung in plenty of other popular mobile devices.
More good news is that it looks like there is very little glue used, and most of the unit can be disassembled with just a few tools -- making the DIY'er in me get a little itchy when I look at our review unit. Meh, I still think it looks better on the outside than the inside, so I'll just watch another 1080p movie instead. Check the source for all the gory details.
Beats looks to woo over some Android users with the Fit Pro, aimed at delivering features and performance that don't cast them aside as afterthoughts, and while there's certainly truth to that with these earbuds, there's still work to do to close the gap.
The Quest 2's limited battery life is its biggest flaw. Naturally, accessories that make the charging process easier are invaluable, but if you're in the market for an accessory to display and charge your Quest 2, you might want to look elsewhere.
One of Samsung's most powerful tablet to date is big, bold, and absolutely in need of protection against drops, dents, and dings. A good case is functional as well as durable, and these cases are the absolute best.