Nvidia's Shield gets the iFixit teardown treatment

By Shawn Knight
Aug 1, 2013
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  1. You can always count on the gang at iFixit to promptly tear down a new gadget just as it hits store shelves which is exactly what they have done with Nvidia’s new portable gaming platform known as Shield.

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  2. ...and the little fan is designed to clog up and get annoying/fail after 2 years, requiring an upgrade.

    Heat pipes could have done it AND kept your hands warm, but then it would last for 5 years if you could replace the batteries too.

    Isn't 'too much reliability' why Logitech stopped making the cordless Rumblepad 2? They were sooo good they lasted forever, opps, better stop making them.

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