As always, we have some burning questions when faced with a new gadget and, as always, the iFixit team is more than happy to step up to the plate and tear apart the latest piece of electronics in the name of science. Their latest victim was Apple's Apple TV settop box. Inside they found 256MB of RAM (just like the new iPod touch and the iPad), as well as Apple's A4 CPU and 8GB of NAND flash.
Check out the pictures of the disassembly session below and be sure to click on through to iFixit for the full step-by-step teardown and gallery.
And this new Apple TV is one of the better products released by the Apple camp as of late. Was playing around with one the other day and I was rather impressed. Still not sure if it is worth $100 though. Hooking up the 3rd output on my video card to my TV is working fine for me.
It's a separation tool. The pros use/sell those, the rest of us use credit cards/gift cards.
99 bucks ? nah, thanx for the offer ~