Apart from the glue, the rear case comes away nice and clean—no cables, no booby traps. We like it.
Power from the charger feeds through the rear case onto a tidy row of spring contacts beside the motherboard.
Speaking of the motherboard, it's time to start digging out the Urbane's silicon. Starting with the battery, we flick away a few cable connectors and twist out the tiny watch-sized screws.
Happily, these are totally ordinary (albeit tiny) Phillips screws—none of that sketchy tri-wing business you find in so many flashy smartwatches these days.
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