Notebook Mouse 3000: The circuit boardRemoving the four rubberized feet from the mouse's bottom cover reveals four Phillips-headed screws. When those screws are removed, the mouse slides apart, essentially in two sections.
Here you can see the bottom half that boasts the circuit board, scroll wheel, antenna and other apparatus.
Erik Eckel owns and operates two technology companies. As a managing partner with Louisville Geek, he works daily as an IT consultant to assist small businesses in overcoming technology challenges and maximizing IT investments. He is also president of Eckel Media Corp., a communications company specializing in public relations and technical authoring projects.