If you’re curious about what exactly the Nexus Q is all about, iFixit have done its thing and shown us perhaps more than most people needed to know.
So if you want to see what hides underneath the Nexus Q hood, look no further. And yes, the image above has Google spelled with the Q’s own parts.
The Nexus Q, unveiled last week at Google I/O, acts as a media center of sorts, allowing any Android user to access their Google-related stuff via wireless sync.
The hardware specifications include:
- 16GB internal storage
- 1 GB RAM
- OMAP4460 chipset (dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU and SGX540 graphics core)
- Banana jack stereo speaker ports
- Optical out
- Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth, NFC
- Amplifier – 25W class D (12.5 watt per channel)
- Android 4.0
If you want to see it taken apart down to the last screw, and can take all the bad jokes, check out the full teardown here.