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  • Teardown: Xiaomi Mi Pad 2

    Xiaomi Tablet with 16GB eMMC NAND and 2GB Mobile DDR3 SDRAM.

  • Teardown: Amazon's Kindle Oasis

    Amazon's eReader with 4GB NAND Flash and 512MB SDRAM.

  • Teardown: Under Armour Health Box

    The Under Armour HealthBox is the world’s first connected fitness system created specifically to measure, monitor and manage the factors that determine how people feel.

  • Teardown: HP ENVY 4520 All-in-One Printer

    The Hewlett Packard (HP) ENVY 4520 all-in-one printer lets users print, copy and scan. Print speed ISO is up to 9.5 ppm (black), up to 6.8 ppm (color).

  • Teardown: Oculus - Rift Virtual Reality CV (HM-A)

    Rift’s advanced display technology combined with its low-latency constellation tracking system enables the sensation of presence in VR.

  • Teardown: Apple Pencil

    The Apple Pencil is designed to expand on the versatility of Multi-Touch.

  • Teardown: Google Pixel C (C1502W)

    The Google Pixel C Tablet features 32GB eMMC Flash, 3GB DDR4 SDRAM, the NVIDIA Apps Processor, Quad-Core CPU and Quad-Core GPU.

  • Teardown: Sony Xperia M5

    The Sony Xperia M5 offers full HD 5” display with BRAVIA and 21.5 MP main camera and 13 MP.

  • Teardown: ASUS - ZenBook

    The ASUS – ZenBook features 256GB SSD and 4GB DDR3 SDRAM, Intel ATOM Processor, Dual-Core, 800MHz, 4MB Cache, Windows 8.1 and 1MP Webcam.

  • Teardown: LG Nexus 5X (LG-H790)

    The LG Nexus 5X (LG-H790) features the Qualcomm Apps/BB, MM-MB, Dual-Core A57, Quad-Core A53.

  • Teardown: Microsoft - Surface Pro 4 (1724)

    The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 offers the 6th Gen Intel Core processors.

  • Teardown: Apple - iPhone 6S (A1688)

    The iPhone 6S has 3D Touch that senses how deeply a user presses the display, which is designed to let the user do all kinds of essential things more quickly and simply.

  • Teardown: Microsoft Band (1619)

    The Microsoft Band is designed to help people live healthier by tracking your heart rate, exercise, calorie burn and sleep quality.

  • Teardown: Samsung Gear Solo

    The Samsung Gear S watch, designed with a curved AMOLED display, is a stand-alone wearable, allowing users to make and answer calls, check and send texts, get directions, track runs and more.

  • Exclusive Video Teardown: Honeywell 1900GSR-2USB

    Honeywell's Xenon 1900, the sixth-generation of area-imaging technology, features a custom image sensor that is optimized for barcode scanning.

  • Teardown: JBL flip 2

    The Flip 2 wireless portable speaker from JBL features the CSR BlueCore5 Multimedia IC, Infineon COB NFC IC, and a built-in bass port.

  • Teardown: SES G-Tag 6

    The Store Electronics Systems (SES) G-Tag 6 is a shelf-edge pricing display that, like other products in the space, allows retailers to change pricing dynamically in response to competitors’ or suppliers’ price changes.

  • Jawbone Mini Jambox (J2013)

    Jawbone Mini Jambox - A small aluminium speaker with bigger sound that its body might suggest.

  • Teardown: Cisco DPC3848V Wireless Residential Gateway

    With the growing demand for Internet connectivity within consumers comes Cisco DPC3848V Wireless Residential Gateway a home and small office gateway combines a cable modem, router and wireless access points in a single device.

  • Teardown: Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

    The IHS teardown team puts the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge smartphone under the knife.

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