Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HDX was taken apart by iFixit and for all who have been hoping that you can repair the tablet, there is very bad news.
iFixit has a 2.2 GHz quad-core CPU and 2 GB of SDRAM Samsung found during disassembly of the Amazon Fire tablet next to the HDX Snapdragon 800th This is a 4550 – mAh battery
The battery is glued and placed under a virtually non-replaceable motherboard. If something breaks, the machine flies on the garbage in a high arc. The Fire HDX 7 was therefore on the index of ease of repair a 3 out of 10 possible points. This is the lowest point that iFixit has ever missed a Kindle.
The volume buttons, microphone and headphone jacks, are fairly easy to replace.
[via iFixit, gizmodo.com]
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