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-[* black] The taptic engine, and the shaking weight that composes it, is one of the darkest, and therefore densest components in the watch.
- [* black] In order to get the most bang (vibration) for its buck (space), Apple packed a tiny, heavy weight into its taptic engine to provide the vibratory feedback to your wrist.
-[* black] Thanks to the X-ray, you can see the "engine" is a simple [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_actuator|linear actuator|new_window=true]. The springs move the weight up and down (side to side, when on your wrist) to create the vibration effect.
- [* black] Creative Electron has a [https://youtu.be/31iaC5L978o|great video|new_window=true] of some vibration motors running ''real time'' ***''inside an x-ray machine.''*** Rad.
+[* black] The Taptic Engine—and the shaking weight that composes it—is one of the darkest, and therefore densest components in the watch.
+ [* black] In order to get the most bang (vibration) for its buck (space), Apple packed a tiny, heavy weight into its Taptic Engine to provide the vibratory feedback to your wrist.
+ [* icon_note] Even though it's tiny, it still consumes a lot of the Apple Watch's precious interior space. While some users would rather see that space go to a larger battery, Apple clearly sees the Taptic Engine as an important part of the user experience.
+[* black] Thanks to the X-ray, you can see the "engine" is a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_actuator|linear actuator|new_window=true]. The springs move the weight up and down (side to side, when on your wrist) to create the vibration effect.
+ [* black] Creative Electron has a [https://youtu.be/31iaC5L978o|great video|new_window=true] of some vibration motors running in real time—''inside an x-ray machine.'' Rad.

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