The Game Boy is 20 years young this year, which is pretty incredible when you think about it. To mark this momentous event, PC World (UK readers - that's a website, not the shop of the same name) has featured the machine in its Gadget Autopsy section, where they disassemble famous devices for no other reason than to see what makes them tick.
The man with the tri-wing screwdriver is Benj Edwards, and here's what he had to say about the undertaking:
The Game Boy series of handhelds has sold over 100 million units. To celebrate its anniversary, I did what I always do: I tore one apart for the education and amusement of PC World readers.
This feature was actually posted back in April, so you'll have to forgive our lateness - we just thought it would tie in neatly with the current Game Boy review festival that we're running right now (you checked out Corbie's Tetris review, right?)