Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition sold out in minutes when it was released on Friday, but you can take a look at what it’s made of thanks to YouTuber JerryRigEverything, who dismantled the console in a short teardown video.
The console is simpler than the original device it replicates. After discovering the screws hidden by the device’s feet, he pulled casing apart to reveal a device that isn’t all that modular: the HDMI and Micro USB ports are soldered right to the board, along with the system’s processor and flash memory, which stores 30 preprogrammed games.
If you’re interested in seeing just how different the two systems are, he put together teardowns for the original NES and its controller. While the original system was quite a bit more complicated than the Classic Edition, the original controller is more straightforward than its modern counterpart.
Hopefully, the device will be back in stock in time for the holiday shopping rush.