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[* black] There's no real reason to pull the foam off the inside of the back case, but this is a teardown, so we're doing it.
[* black] We suspect that the foam is there to provide a flat, even surface for the LCD glass to brace against. But there is one thing that we do know about it: it is super sticky.
[* black] The bottom edge of the case has two features that we found pretty neat: a ''laser engraved'' data matrix code and a nifty arrangement of round indentations.
[* black] Braille, perhaps? Perhaps. We couldn't decipherUpon further inspection and with the help of some keen-eyed readers, it as anything coherent in Brailleappears that those dots form the pattern of [http://www.catb.org/hacker-emblem/|Conway's glider], the universal symbol for hackers.
[* black] A hacker symbol inside a machine that's nearly impossible to hack (physically) is pretty intriguing, if you ask us
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[* black] Braille, perhaps? Perhaps. We couldn't decipherUpon further inspection and with the help of some keen-eyed readers, it as anything coherent in Brailleappears that those dots form the pattern of [http://www.catb.org/hacker-emblem/|Conway's glider], the universal symbol for hackers.
[* black] A hacker symbol inside a machine that's nearly impossible to hack (physically) is pretty intriguing, if you ask us
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