IoT Hardware Teardown Series | How Does a Divoom Timebox Work?

Watch this video to see Jake Washam, Very Mechanical Engineer, tear down a Divoom Timebox Evo to see what's inside.

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When IoT developers want to know how something works, they start by taking it apart. Watch Very Mechanical Engineer Jake Washam tear down a Divoom Timebox Evo to learn how the engineers got the device’s unique look and sound.

In this teardown video, you’ll get a peek at the main circuit board, see how Divoom reduces speaker rattling on the Timebox Evo, and understand the construction behind the enticing LED display.

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