These days it seems breathing on your gaming hardware is enough to void your warranty, so there's something cathartic about watching a man turn a 3DS from a single unit into hundreds of tiny, tiny pieces.
What's so great about this is how thorough they're being. This is no repair job or simple how-to on changing basic components. If it can be removed, disconnected or cracked open, they do it, using little more than a screwdriver and pair of tweezers.
Nintendo fans or the faint of heart may want to skip it, but electro-autopsy junkies will have an absolute field day.
[via Go Nintendo]
Republished from Kotaku