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[* black] And now for the ~~bonus level~~ peripheralbonus level: controller teardown.
[* black] SixThe screws in the back of theon this controller keep the ''secret'' ofare readily visible, no rubber plugs here! Inside we find: a rather simple circuit board.
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bare board with a single connector
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black] The cable is nicely woundthreaded inside to releaseallow some slack, to relieve stress on the connector.
[* black] The front side of the board is almost as bare. A single chip, some passive components, and some contact patches for the buttons
[* black] These buttons act just like many remote controls, when pressed, the button bridges the gap between the conductive paint, completing a circuit—making Mario do something cool!
[* black] And now for the ~~bonus level~~ peripheralbonus level: controller teardown.
[* black] SixThe screws in the back of theon this controller keep the ''secret'' ofare readily visible, no rubber plugs here! Inside we find: a rather simple circuit board.
[*
bare board with a single connector
[*
black] The cable is nicely woundthreaded inside to releaseallow some slack, to relieve stress on the connector.
[* black] The front side of the board is almost as bare. A single chip, some passive components, and some contact patches for the buttons
[* black] These buttons act just like many remote controls, when pressed, the button bridges the gap between the conductive paint, completing a circuit—making Mario do something cool!