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The first blog was getting a little big so I decided to split it up and post updates in a new one and as it progresses have a little series on this journey if that's ok with you all. For those just catching on, you can read Part one here.   Just a highlight of what I have currently left to do: Rewrite the SD code to attempt to make it faster for load times etc. Write more functions into the LCD object to draw more graphics and handle different image drawing, as well as coming up with som ...
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The XboxOne Tablet Teardown

Posted by ipv1 Top Member Mar 15, 2016
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So a while back I watched the Rugged PS3 video and decided to make my own. Now the next time I build one of these (hopefully soon), it will be built much better and efficiently.  In this current case I have a turtle beach headset transmitter, Bluetooth speaker hooked up to a Bluetooth Transmitter to provide wireless audio.  Also I have a cooling fan and a USB hub.  I am currently making plans for a new gaming case which will house a PS4, the PS3 in this case, Wii U, and a PC aroun ...
I was lucky to win the Ben Heck Xbox One Tablet build and after some battering by UPS, it reached. There was some damage, to the Tablet- some external and some internal. Most of the damage was cosmetic. I unboxed it like a kid and plugged it in for some fun and in my zeal I made a terrible mistake. What was intended as a Unboxing video became a snuff film of sorts for the XBox. Take a look for yourself.     So what went wrong? The simple answer is 240Volts AC where there should h ...