Whenever there’s a new hardware launch you can practically guarantee that some nutcase will take it upon themselves to rip the machine open to see what it looks like inside.
Nine times out of ten all they discover is a bunch of circuit board and some chips – hardly surprising.
Still, when you get someone taking hardware apart via the magic of stop-motion animation, it makes the procedure a little more bearable:
I can imagine this video with a cheesy narration. That would have made this funny.
surprisingly good animation!
Very nice. Definitely deserves that "awesome" tag!
one "DIE"/"CHIP" NOT ONE CPU GOT THAT GUYS....
arm 7 arm 9 3d engine 2x 2d gpus sram catch ram sound hardware ALL ON A SINGLE CHIP dismantlers keep calling the SOC "system on chip" a CPU cough hmmmmm......
Pretty damn good, although it's clear that someone's got way too much time on their hands.
what did you say, wiiboy101?
lol, i like the sound effects and stuff. has anyone done a video like this with a Wii?
Nice, Ive wondered when a video like this would be made. It is surprisingly well done, as well.
Very cool video.
So zetta slow... I already read of this in DSiBrew... and this is not the first time I read an article before NintendoLife posted the same one (try the over-sensitive Motion+ or non-green Nintendo!)!
This is one cool video. Now I want to take my DS apart NOT.
Well that certainly saves me from having to disassemble my DSi.
I might go to them to get this used PS2 I bought in an Ebay auction and my borked Xbox. PS2's disk drive doesn't work and my Xbox's power is dead...
That video was...AWSOME!
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