Tools Featured in this Teardown
After unscrewing these philips-heads the back panel pops right off with no adhesive, no ribbons attached too!
With the back off we see the main board and the audio board sitting all lonely on the left. It's problematic in just about everything that isn't Chrome OS.
These are the write protect screws, you need to remove this to change things like the GBB flags, it's recommended to do this before installing Linux on one of these to stop you getting locked out of the legacy BIOS.
This is the audio board, it controls the speakers and the 3mm jack... And is extra picky about what it talks to!
You'll need special drivers for this one, nothing but stock software works out of the box with this one.
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