Usually product teardown videos are done by third parties interested in the engineering that goes into new gadgets. Now Sony's getting into the game, tearing apart own of its own shiny new Vaio Z laptops. At four grand a pop, I'm glad it's them and not me.
We've only just reviewed the Sony Vaio Z, and already it's broken!
Or to be strictly accurate, broken apart. The interesting bit here — apart from the naked notebook goodness — is that this isn't a third party doing the teardown; it's an official Sony video instead, originally embedded on the Sony Vaio Engineer Blog. If you've ever wondered how so many components can fit inside a thin and light laptop, it's an extremely detailed and lengthy (albeit expensive) look.