By Bams Sadewo November 19, 2012 0 30 50 7 We’ve done our fair share of drop tests before, the latest being when we put the Nexus 7 to the test. It’s not that we enjoy hearing the painful sound of cracked glass, but we’re mostly interested in seeing how the tested devices would hold up when real-life clumsiness takes hold.Advertisement If you like your drop test to be more on the extreme side, if only for the thrill of witnessing the mayhem, look no further than what the folks at MacWeekeend have done to one innocent Nexus 7 tablet, as it gets haplessly thrown from a 65-foot-tall building, or about 20-meter high. As expected, the Nexus 7 didn’t land too gracefully, though it surprisingly was still at one piece – well, almost. You can see that the back cover opened up easily. Aside from the shattered glass, bits and pieces of the tablet were missing, such as the power button. We don’t know whether it’d still power on or not, but it’s safe to assume that it won’t. And there you have it — the not-so-surprising result when you have a suicidal gadget. Don’t try this at home or anywhere else, folks! 0 30 50 previous postMotorola MT788 unveiled: a China-bound version of the Razr i with the same 2 GHz Intel CPUnext postFacebook phone? You might be holding one right now!