The iFixit team is at it again, tearing down those expensive devices so you don't have to. This time around it's the 2014 Mac Mini which was unveiled last week, but how did it fare overall?
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In an effort to make the world a greener place, Microsoft has partnered up with iFixit to offer training to entrepreneurs that are trying to create local computer repair businesses.
The team at the iFixit website has torn down one of Valve's prototype Steam Machines and said that the parts in this unit cost about $1,300. It also gave the prototype a high repairability score.
Microsoft's Xbox One gets the teardown treatment from the iFixit website even before it's officially released in the U.S. and gets an 8 out of 10 repairability score.
The iFixit team has quickly pushed out a teardown of Sony's newly launched PlayStation 4 game console, and gave the next-gen machine an 8 out of 10 for repairability .
The iFixit website has torn down the newly launched Surface Pro 2 tablet from Microsoft, but has rated the device 1 out of 10 for repairability due in part because many major parts have been glued.
We already know the design and specs of Google's brand new Nexus 7 and now iFixit gave us a proper look inside. If you're a fan of electronics than these images are definitely for you.
iFixit has taken to BlackBerry's flagship Z10 smartphone, showing how you too can do the same with your phone if you need to repair it. How well does the Z10 stack up in regards to repairs?
The lovely folks at iFixit have already torn apart a new Motorola Droid Razr to test its ease of repair. Let's just say that repairs are not user-friendly at all.