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The Toniebox is designed as an audiobook player for kids (age three and up), and packs the following features:
Because we're doing this teardown in Germany, we'll forgo the usual metric and imperial measuring shenanigans and simply give you a banana for scale.
The cover on the bottom is as stubborn as a pickle jar. But hey, we have seen far worse opening procedures! Besides, the rest looks pretty easy.
Now for the "unboxing".
The battery pack and motherboard are secured with just two standard Phillips screws.
We'll have a look at that motherboard just as soon as these stubborn little cables are unplugged. Let's see what all the noise is about! Onboard we find:
And now for the Toniebox's vocal cords!
Just four more Phillips screws, and we can remove the cap.
Next we inspect the volume control buttons, located (rather appropriately) in the ears of the Toniebox.
Bonus teardown: We perform minor surgery on the lion figurine and find, as expected, an NFC chip in his stomach.
Stap 11 — Final Thoughts
That's all, folks! We completely tore down our Toniebox, cut open the lion, and spread everything over the table. Here is our result:
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