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[* black] X-ray vision reveals the secrets of board-level components. Here you can clearly see some basic electronic components:
[* red] Inductors reveal their wire coils.
[* orange] Capacitors remain dark and elusive with all their wrapped layers.
[* yellow] Resistors are almost invisible, except for the solder that melts and creates a fillet on the edges of the resistor.
- [* green] Invisible crystals are hidden beneath their protective walls, but still remain close to the processor to help increase speed.
+ [* green] Invisible crystals are hidden beneath their protective walls, but still remain close to the processor to minimize latency and signal interference.
[* black] While all the dots and swirls may look like single-celled organisms—they are not. The swirly lines are a close up of the wire coils of the inductive charger. The larger, dark blobs are solder mounts for the chip, and the wavy grey background pattern is the flash memory chip. We'll take closer look at that in a minute.