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Jawbone UP24 X-Ray Teardown

As we wait for the release of the Apple Watch later this month, in today’s teardown we take a look at the new Jawbone 24UP “lifestyle tracking” wristband. This device is a very interesting example of electronic packaging. All electronics are mounted on a flexible circuit wrapped around a carbon-steel spring. Here’s a photo of the UP24 and its x-ray image.

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For more information, check our video at X-Ray University:

 

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 The Main Parts of the Jawbone UP24JawboneUp24-X-Ray1

 3 Axis Accelerometer

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3.5mm Audio Plug

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Battery

JawboneUp24-X-Ray-battery

Battery Charger

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Microprocessor

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Vibration Motor

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Push Button and Status Light

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Serial Flash Memory

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