Photos: Cracking open the 2GoPC

A teardown of the low-cost laptop based on Intel's Classmate PC reference design and an analysis of how it works.

2Go PC cracking open

Low-cost laptops are pretty much the bare bones of what a user needs in a computer, so consider this an X-ray.

CNET sister site TechRepublic runs a regular series called "Cracking Open," in which it takes a look inside a variety of gadgets. Here's an excerpt of a photo gallery that takes apart the Classmate 2GoPC.

Click on the picture above for a full teardown of the low-cost portable based on Intel's Classmate PC reference design.

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