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Some heat, guitar picks, and a plastic opening tool make quick arduous work of removing budging the front panel.

Some heat, guitar picks, and a plastic opening tool make quick arduous work of removing budging the front panel.

Some heat, guitar picks, and a plastic opening tool make quick arduous work of removing budging the front panel.

from Bluelounge

Nest

A colorful multi function stand for the iPhone / iPad that also works to store small items on your desk.

This trio of lenses has quickly become a favorite around the shop. Just slip it on your iPhone, iPad or almost anything with a tiny lens. The unscrew the lens from it's clip and pop it right into your iCa. Thats like two lenses in one! Fisheye, Circular Polarizer or the 3-Image Mirage filter are available.

Well, this display is screwed...to the case. Luckily, we have a BS degree in removing screws, so this poses no challenge. Rather than enjoy the 264 pixels per inch on this brand new device, we opt to remove the acclaimed display. Why? Because we're iFixit, and that's how we roll. As we lift the LCD, we hear the cries of 3,145,728 pixels being dislodged from their homes inside the iPad 3.

Well, this display is screwed...to the case. Luckily, we have a BS degree in removing screws, so this poses no challenge. Rather than enjoy the 264 pixels per inch on this brand new device, we opt to remove the acclaimed display. Why? Because we're iFixit, and that's how we roll. As we lift the LCD, we hear the cries of 3,145,728 pixels being dislodged from their homes inside the iPad 3.

Well, this display is screwed...to the case. Luckily, we have a BS degree in removing screws, so this poses no challenge. Rather than enjoy the 264 pixels per inch on this brand new device, we opt to remove the acclaimed display. Why? Because we're iFixit, and that's how we roll. As we lift the LCD, we hear the cries of 3,145,728 pixels being dislodged from their homes inside the iPad 3.

Your digital life with the new iPad #infographic

'Tray' by robert matthew swinton 'FUJITSU design award 2011' shortlisted entry - designboom | architecture

from Mashable

iPad Data Visualized [INFOGRAPHIC]

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