Per a couple of requests I disassembled my new wifi cam and took some pics of the process. There are also measurements of each important piece in each pic.
The camera was purchased from Amazon.com here:
[ame="http://www.amazon.com/TRENDnet-Wireless-Internet-Camera-TV-IP110W/dp/B00125KR1E/"]Amazon.com: TRENDnet Wireless Internet Camera Server (TV-IP110W): Electronics[/ame]
 Thanks to their great support, the latest version of Roborealm supports this camera out of he box.
The camera is held together by two small phillips screws on the back top of the housing. The bottom of the housing has clips that keeps the bottom together.
Removing the front of the chassis will reveal 3 boards. The front board is the camera on a connector that connects to a carrier board. The wireless card is in a socket on the back of the carrier board. The carrier board has a small breakout board on the bottom that has the power and ethernet connectors. There is also a UTC117 regulator on the small breakout board. The datasheet for the regulator can be found here:
This is the breakout board. The electronics are on the other side.
Finally here is the camera completely disassembled
Here are the weights without the housing: (Weights taken with a Centech 93543 digital scale.)
Power/Connector board: 20.3 grams
wifi card + camera + carrier board : 64.3 grams
Camer only: 17.7 grams
Wifi card + carrier card : 46.6 grams
complete camera: 84.7 grams
Hopefully this is helpful to someone!
[mod edit: Thumbnailed by popular request. Click once for intermediate sized pic, twice for gargantuan pic. -Adrenalynn]