Google Nexus 7 teardown shows big honking battery

The enterprising folks at iFixit have torn the new Nexus 7 tablet apart to show you its intriguing innards.

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The enterprising folks at iFixit have torn the Google Nexus 7 tablet apart to show you its innards, revealing a buxom battery and a surprising lack of annoying proprietary screws.

Known for pulling new technology apart and revealing the silicon-scented odds and ends within, the iFixit teardown gives you an inside glimpse at Google's Android Jelly Bean-powered tablet, including the 7-inch display and motherboard.

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