In terms of ease of disassembly and repair, you won’t find much better than the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 That’s the verdict from iFixit after they had a god at tearing the tablet down to its most basic elements. Nearly every component can easily be swapped out with a new part, including the display glass. If there was anything disappointing about what was found inside the Note 10.1’s frame it was a relatively skimpy 7,000mAh battery, which sacrificed some capacity to fit within the slate’s 0.35-inch profile.
Other goodies include the tablets Wacom-designed stylus elements and Samsung’s Exynos 4 quad-core CPU with integrated graphics, an implementation that sees some carry over from the Galaxy S3. You can check out the full teardown by visiting the link below.
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