As they do with most shiny new gaming tech, the brave folks at iFixit have taken apart Microsoft’s smaller, slightly faster Xbox One S to see how repairable it is (very) and answer questions like “Is the hard drive easier to upgrade?” (hahahaha no).
iFixit, the website that loves to take things apart, has come up with their own electronics refurbishment kit. And I really want one, even though I'd have no idea what the hell I'd be doing.
Sure, everyone’s talking about the Xbox One this week. But it’s not the only new piece of Xbox hardware MIcrosoft showed this week. The tech giant also announced a newly-redesigned Xbox 360 e model, one that’s styled to match the Xbox One’s shiny/matte exterior. But what’s underneath the hard plastic shell? iFixit set…
To celebrate the launch of video game repair guides, do-it-yourself repair website iFixit is tearing down old video game consoles all week long. Today they give us a peek at what's inside the classic Atari 2600.
Do-it-yourself electronics repair website iFixit is putting repair power in the hands of players, with the release of more than 200 different crowd-sourced repair manuals for twenty-four game consoles, with parts available to get the job done mostly right.
That DSi XL thinks it's so smug, with its big screens and its enormous stylus. What it needs is to be taken down a peg or two. Have its guts ripped out, let the internet feast on its insides.