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The folks at TechRestore have taken it upon themselves to remove the gloss from Apple's MacBook Airs. In the process, they've discovered that the laptop's multi-layered display is truly a thing to behold. Calling the screen "paper thin," TechRestore CEO Shannon Jean tells ZDNet how the display di...

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October 27, 2010 at 6:00PM
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The new MacBook Airs may have a lot of things going for them, but a matte screen unfortunately isn't among them. The folks at TechRestore now say they have a solution to that shortcoming, however, and will gladly rip apart your shiny new Air and install a matte screen for $249. That screen will sup...

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Right on launch day, iFixit totally disassembled an iPad, offering eager eyes a wealth of information on what's under the hood. Now TechRestore has created a stop-motion video of the entire tear-down and reassembly process in just over three minutes by stitching together 1675 frames. It's fasc...

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Although Axiotron's Modbook and Modbook Pro look like they're relatively simple creations -- take off the original screen, install touch screen backwards -- we've always assumed the process was much more complicated. Turns out we were wrong -- if this Modservice video from TechRestore is to be bel...

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Worried about ruining more than the warranty of your Apple TV whilst trying the DIY hard drive upgrade? Then why risk getting your hands dirty - TechRestore and MacService are more than happy to take care of the heavy lifting for you. Both companies have recently debuted overnight Apple TV hard dr...

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You've seen the unboxing pics, and the setup pics, and now you can check out what the Apple TV looks like on the inside. Those wacky people at TechRestore got their hands on an Apple TV and did what any of us would, ripped it apart. There isn't anything too shocking in that little box, but it looks...

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So your PSP's shot, you've got the equivalent of the gaming munchies, and your local game store has disavowed all awareness of you since you broke their 360 display the week before. What's a desparate gamer to do? Get help from people who've never seen you before and don't really care how destructiv...

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