ThoughtFix disassembles the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet. See what’s on the inside after the jump.

…it’s well engineered and comes apart relatively easy, but there is no undocumented hardware like the Nokia 770’s microphone when it was released. All the chips are covered by soldered-on RF shielding so they cannot be read. The back of the PCB is all “antenna space” so even the circuit traces cannot be followed. The only thing that struck me as odd is that the headphone jack appeared to have one contact on it, but that could just be the mounting solder point or the RF shield

[via RingNokia]

ThoughtFix disassembles the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet. See what’s on the inside after the jump.

…it’s well engineered and comes apart relatively easy, but there is no undocumented hardware like the Nokia 770’s microphone when it was released. All the chips are covered by soldered-on RF shielding so they cannot be read. The back of the PCB is all “antenna space” so even the circuit traces cannot be followed. The only thing that struck me as odd is that the headphone jack appeared to have one contact on it, but that could just be the mounting solder point or the RF shield

[via RingNokia]