When there are new gadgets on the scene, fan-favorite site iFixit usually has some great and glorious plans for them. While we try to cherish our devices, making sure they don’t fall apart on us, they love to tear them open and find out what makes them tick. This time around they got their hands on the Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet.
It doesn’t look like there is anything all that crazy or surprising happening under the hood, and for the $249 price tag that Barnes and Noble is offering, it all makes sense. You’ll find a 16GB storage unit made by SanDisk, or instance. And, if you’re into that kind of thing, you’ll be able to see what the 1GHz dual-core processor looks like without a shell. Head through the source link to see for yourself.