It looks like the guys over at iFixit have been having a lot of fun this week, we have already seen the new insides of the new MacBoook Pro, the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, plus the Motorola Atrix 4G, and now they have taken their screwdrivers to the new Motorola Xoom tablet.
It’s no secret that Motorola/Verizon set up a convoluted procedure to get your Xoom upgraded to full “4G”* speed: spend X hours backing up your data, optionally encrypt and reset your Xoom, ship it to Motorola, and then wait up to 6 business days to get it back. While this procedure still beats a day at the gulag, we’re quite curious why it has to be so convoluted — especially after we snuck a peek inside our unit.
You can see lots more photos and find out full details of what was found inside the Motorola Xoom over at iFixit.
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