Some folks like to take electronics apart and put them back together again for fun. Lucky for us, the folks at Mobile01 also like to take photos. Because they’ve just posted the most detailed article you can imagine about the disassembling a Gigabyte M912V ultraportable tablet. The article is in Chinese, but the pictures are worth an awful lot of words.
The Gigabyte M912V is a netbook with an 8.9 inch display, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, and a touchscreen. The question is, now that you know how to take it apart, what would you want to put inside? The PC already includes 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth, and a touchscreen display. Those are probably the top three things hackers tend to put in these tiny laptops. I suppose it could use an SSD upgrade, 802.11n, or GPS. There’s always something.
[via UMPC Portal]
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