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[* black] Having popped the top off, we get a look at the entire interior. Look at all this modular hardware!
[* icon_note] The interconnect cable even has friendly labeled ends: the side labeled ''IO'' connects to the ''Input/Output'' board, while the side labeled ''MB'' connects to ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_postal_abbreviations_for_provinces_and_territories|Manitoba, Canada|new_window=true].''
[* black] The I/O board also hosts the power jack, a common point of failure. It looks like fixing a broken power jack will be as easy as replacing this little board. A+
[* black] heatsink andicon_caution] Upon removing this little bracket, we're a bit surprised to find it's actually the heat pipesink. Shunting heat straight into the battery seems an odd design choice; [http://batteryuniversity.com/learn/article/how_heat_and_harsh_loading_reduces_battery_life|batteries don't much care for heat|new_window=true].
[* black] That said, it's the same [guide|51568|passive cooling strategy employed by the massively popular Surface Pro 4|stepid=112628].
[* black] heatsink andicon_caution] Upon removing this little bracket, we're a bit surprised to find it's actually the heat pipesink. Shunting heat straight into the battery seems an odd design choice; [http://batteryuniversity.com/learn/article/how_heat_and_harsh_loading_reduces_battery_life|batteries don't much care for heat|new_window=true].
[* black] That said, it's the same [guide|51568|passive cooling strategy employed by the massively popular Surface Pro 4|stepid=112628].