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[* black] After freeing the motherboard from the display assembly, we spy a lone IC:
[* red] Atmel [http://www.atmel.com/devices/mxt640t.aspx|MXT640T|new_window=true] CCU 1424D TW QLR64 Touchscreen Controller
[* black] And that's it! The display assembly is bare and free of extra components, after a fairly easy jaunt to the center of the Nexus.
+ [* icon_note] Even though it was easy to get here, the display is still fused to the digitizer glass—it won't be a cheap replacement part if you crack your screen.