With all of its defenses thwarted, the keyboard PCB gives way and peels from the chassis, fully exposing the membrane that was sandwiched underneath.
The membrane happens to be a single sheet of die-cut silicone, reminiscent of some old-school keyboard covers.
Apart from the improved keycaps, this keyboard design is still pretty lacking in serviceability. The sheer amount of disassembly required, along with obstacles such as rivets and adhesive, makes replacing a failed keyboard seriously impractical.
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