No response just trying understand what your posting.
Well maybe one or two comments
Originally Posted by Denis_63
Nothing is impossible ) Visited ASUS firm SC today, asking engineers about my idea.
Who is Asus firm SC?
So, the answer was - if you have experience and skills with hardware and soldering-iron, all operations will take about 1 (!) day.
You do know that heating micro components with any old desk style soldering iron will cause heat damage?
Tiny connections are almost impossible to properly heat sink.
It might be possible to "hot-air" pot connections, but that's usually used in multi-connector cable work.
ESD is a problem also one small discharge and the component is done for.
These devices are manufactured with component inserters and solder wave machines.
The board maps are traced and pre-drilled for the insertion process.
All the flex connectors are bonded in a cleanroom environment to prevent particle contaminants.
The task is simplified because of one manufacturer (ASUS).
But, if money allows, it is possible to hybridize case form TF700, stuffing from ME400, and touchscreen from Nexus 10 (!).
How did Asus make something simple?
Just asking...not trying cause trouble.
Kind a paradise on the Earth!
Best in cube in tablets technologies!
Also, engineers from SC became interested too and volunteered to help me with soldering ))) Not for free, of course (((
We discussed the monetary side of the idea and decided to work with second hand and spare parts.
Who are the "engineers from SC?" I have no clue who this is.
Can you explain?
I dunno...if you can mess with stuff like this and pull it off then more power to you:
They've got TF700 case yet.
Because of start selling of ME400 - unconditioned tablets are being waited )))
There will be possibility of stuffing profit )))
Yes, of course I want Nexus 10 screen, but it will be too expensive.
And there is no possibility to buy or to order this spare part from China at this moment (((