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Moving right along, lets get this thing open!
Two T5 Torx screws located near the Micro USB and Micro-HDMI ports secure the rear case to the Xoom.
Like a sliding glass door, the rear case slides off part way, and we get our first peek at what makes this tablet tick.
Major props to Motorola here. For the first time we didn't need any prying tools to get into a tablet.
Unfortunately, the rear panel of the Xoom will only slide so far until two catch clips impede our progress. At this point what appears to be the Wi-Fi module can easily be removed. This card will probably be replaced should you ever choose to send your Xoom to Motorola for a 4G LTE upgrade.
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