The repair-guide website uncovers a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 display inside the second-generation virtual-reality headset prototype.
Gadget repair expert iFixit takes a deeper look into the guts of Amazon's first smartphone and finds several new details.
The Pebble Steel is easier to crack open and repair than the original Pebble smartwatch and has twice as much storage.
Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 is a solid step up from the original Pro, but this sleek laptop replacement is still very difficult to repair.
Think Google's futuristic, $1,500 Glass wearable headset costs too much? This teardown won't change your mind.
Samsung completely reengineered the Galaxy S5's interior, making the phone harder to crack open but dramatically simplifying screen replacements.
The display module is the most expensive component with a price tag of $63, according to research firm IHS.
The latest Samsung flagship handset scored five out of 10 on iFixit's repairability scale, though it earned praise for a battery that's "incredibly easy to remove and replace."
The folks at iFixit have gone inside the new Amazon Fire TV and find it "hard to disassemble" and, really, just "another board-in-a-box."
A teardown shows the Mac Pro is upgradeable, so if you fancy a tinker, theoretically you could add more grunt yourself.