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NVIDIA's SHIELD gets a unique tear down, the results are explosive

You have never seen a product teardown quite like this! (NASDAQ:NVDA)

| Gaming News | Posted: Sep 6, 2013 12:32 am

I believe I speak for everyone when I say that we all enjoy a good hardware teardown video, but I really believe that we all enjoy a destruction video even more. The stars of the video you're about to watch do something magical and combine the two to show us what NVIDIA's SHIELD is really made of.

 

 

After drilling some holes with a cordless drill, this demolition team packs an ordinary NVIDIA SHIELD handheld console with explosives, lights the fuse, and films the resulting explosion with a high-speed camera. As the bits and pieces of the SHIELD are flying through the air, the guys do their best to name all of the individual components.

 

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While this is not as technical as a teardown from someone like iFixIt, I think that everyone will have just as much fun watching it take place. If you want to see a more comprehensive and detailed teardown, head over to the iFixit source below to see images of the inner workings of an NVIDIA SHIELD.

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Youtube.com, Ifixit.com

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