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[* black] But wait...there's more! Round three of this teardown brings us to the gaming controller.
[* black] The controller is tamper-proofed with some strange [http://theawesomer.com/photos/2009/09/091009_shuriken_2.jpg|shuriken|new_window=true]a variant of the tri-wing screwsscrew family. They look coolcool and resemble [http://theawesomer.com/photos/2009/09/091009_shuriken_2.jpg|shurikens|new_window=true], but we don't know anybody who keeps a shuriken driver on their tool belt.
[* black] The controller is tamper-proofed with some strange [http://theawesomer.com/photos/2009/09/091009_shuriken_2.jpg|shuriken|new_window=true]a variant of the tri-wing screwsscrew family. They look coolcool and resemble [http://theawesomer.com/photos/2009/09/091009_shuriken_2.jpg|shurikens|new_window=true], but we don't know anybody who keeps a shuriken driver on their tool belt.
[* icon_note] We do keep a tri-wing driver on ours. It's not a perfect fit, but the [product|IF145-239|Pro Tech Screwdriver Set] comes through in the clutch.
[* black] Outwitting the strange screws, we pop this controller open. At least there's no adhesive keeping it shut.
[* red] And to complete the trifecta, there lies the controller's RFID tag.