The Apple iPad is getting all the promotion a device can get these days, either through the iFixit disassembly, or by getting mashed up thanks to Blendtec. Now, the folks of TechRestore have got their hands on the unit and they took it apart, just like they did with a Modbook in 2009.


What’s original about this disassembly video is the sound effects it includes and the animations of the iPad tear down, that don’t seem to include any human presence at all. Notice the huge battery and the microSIM card slot, as you check out the video below. We’re looking forward to seeing a similar video for the Apple iPhone 4G prototype confirmed real just the other day.

[via Engadget]

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