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IoT Hardware Teardown Series | How Does an Ember Mug Work?

Watch this video to see Justin Schneck, Very Software Engineering Fellow & Co-Author of The Nerves Project, tear down an Ember® Travel Mug² to see what's inside.

 

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When IoT developers want to know how something works, they start by taking it apart. In this video, Justin Schneck gets curious about the Ember® Travel Mug², so he uses his Dremel 4000 and some other tools to tear it down. That's when he finds the main logic board, the LED display, the headers used during development, and more.

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