The people over at iFixit must really be on a roll because we have already seen both the
Motorola Atrix 4G

and the
Samsung Galaxy S 4G

torn apart this week

. Now it is the
Motorola Xoom

's turn, and they spared no time removing every screw and clip to be found on the tablet. Here is a rundown of the major components they found:

  • Nvidia
    Tegra 2

    dual-core CPU alongside a low-power GeForce GPU
  • Toshiba NAND Flash memory
  • Samsung DRAM
  • Broadcom 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, and FM tuner chip
In their testing, iFixit got 10 hours of WiFi use out of the Xoom's 3250 mAh battery, putting it on par with the iPad. They also noted that the only tools one would need to take apart the Xoom for repairs would be a spudger alongside T5 and T7 Torx screwdrivers. Overall, the Xoom got an 8/10 score for ease of repair, which we are sure is in no small part thanks to the
free LTE radio upgrade

. Full (warranty-voiding) disassembly instructions past the link. [


Motorola Xoom torn down, shows all for the world to see

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