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手順6
We finally break out our favorite tools to bust the touchpad out from behind its bracket bars. This time, we're using a plastic opening tool from our all-new Pro Tech Toolkit. The ribbon cable plugs into a socket on the touchpad daughterboard and is soldered to the haptic feedback actuators, adding some redundancy and durability to the touchpad module. The whole assembly is a touchpad solution from Cirque, likely the GlidePoint TM040040.
  • We finally break out our favorite tools to bust the touchpad out from behind its bracket bars. This time, we're using a plastic opening tool from our all-new Pro Tech Toolkit.

  • The ribbon cable plugs into a socket on the touchpad daughterboard and is soldered to the haptic feedback actuators, adding some redundancy and durability to the touchpad module.

  • The whole assembly is a touchpad solution from Cirque, likely the GlidePoint TM040040.

  • The brains of the operation is a Cirque 1CA027 companion MCU.

  • Also hiding on the daughterboard we find one of our least favorite things: glue. Those two black globs are mounds of adhesive, securing the touchpad to its bracket.

  • Happily, this is the only adhesive we encountered in this device, and neutralizing it didn't get too messy.

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