Till yesterday, I used a ball mouse for my PC. I finally bought my first optical mouse as my mouse started working mysteriously and I thought that it was time for it to reach the graveyard. The problem was that it clicked twice when I clicked once. To some, this might not sound a big problem but trust me on this; it is really difficult to work with a mysteriously behaving mouse. After using it for 6 years, I finally disconnected the Logitech ball mouse and connected my new mouse-the SAMSUNG ANYZEN S20P optical wheel mouse. You can have a look at it-
After disconnecting the Logitech mouse, I was eager to rip it apart and see what’s hidden inside. I was a bit nervous and as this could have been the last time I would have seen my mouse in one single piece. But I managed to assemble it again. It was simpler than I thought it would be. I don’t have the expertise to label each part and properly but I did what I could. Just have a look at it-
I separated each and every part and used my Canon Power Shot A430 to take these pictures. Here’s every part of my mouse. One thing I learned from this is that the structure of a mouse isn’t as complicated as I thought it would be. This was a ball mouse, I didn’t try to open my optical mouse and I don’t plan to for a few months. If I do manage to see what’s inside it, I’ll let you guys know about it.