Finally something we understand! Screws! Unfortunately, they're holding down a bracket over a ribbon cable which prevents us from separating the mouse bits just yet—but hey, that ribbon cable seatbelt will make the mouse better withstand drops.
Finally separated from the base of the mouse, the upper casing provides a clearer view of its capacitative touch-sensing array.
A little spring provides some resistance and distributes force when the mouse is clicked, making it seem like the small button on the right occupies the whole width of the mouse. Cooool!
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