With the Tablet Son sale, it was really only a matter of time before its inevitable teardown, and here to fill our need for splayed circuity is one from TechRepublic. Seeing as most Honeycomb tablets have similar internals, there aren't too many surprises to be had, but the outfit did curiously find a hole for a cellular modem, as well as an easy to replace battery and an internal plastic frame that adds rigidity (pictured above). If you're ready for 74 photos of the slate being torn asunder from every possible angle, a source link awaits you below -- if not, can we humbly recommend our preview?
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