One last detour before we head inside: we can't resist popping off our favorite command key for a peek at the noise dampening ingress-resisting membrane.
Love it or hate it, it looks like butterfly is here to stay.
After a few twists of our pentalobe driver, one good tug pops the lower case free of its two clips, and we're in.
This simple procedure brings a smile to our face in comparison to some of the booby-trapped lids we've found on MacBooks and MacBook Pros lately.
Inside, we spy: a small logic board, one lonely fan, a pair of large elongated speakers, and an interesting radiator-esque heat sink.
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