We’re taking apart this small handheld AMD “console,” the AYA NEO, to look at build quality, components, cooling, and accessibility in the disassembly process, following the review.
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In this video, we take apart the AYA NEO handheld gaming console to look at build quality, assembly, the heatsink, plastic body, and more. The AYA NEO use an AMD Ryzen 4500U APU to create a mobile gaming system in a unique form factor, yet it’s not difficult to take apart, despite complexities.
00:00 – Tear-Down Time
01:14 – External Observations
05:20 – Removing the AYA NEO Shell
08:48 – Trust, But Verify — but don’t trust anymore
11:31 – SSD & Storage
13:36 – Fan & Cooling Solution
20:04 – Examining the Controllers & PCB
24:16 – Conclusion
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Host, Tear-Down: Steve Burke
Video: Andrew Coleman, Keegan Gallick