Alright since there's no need wire it up to an Ikari I'll just do a teardown of my unit.
No order. Pics speak for themselves. Except for the picture of the front led window, and the two useless screws holding in the plastic panes.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
As you can see the build quality internally is atrocious. Not Nova X600 or Kone 3200 bad though.
As always, the Dexin factory workers are glue gun happy. The soldered on power cable by design(or lack of) is pretty much guaranteed to come loose. I was actually surprised it didn't while I was putting it back together. You have to tuck some of the power wires under the sensor pcb and leave a couple hanging out. QA must have been retarded with that type of setup.
The top shell was VERY fragile and once I snapped a piece off something thankfully not important I ceased picking at it.
However, this design choice kind of seemed odd to me:
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Why did they add the cross shaped plastic piece above the hammer? Is that there to keep the user from putting to much pressure on the switches? If that were the case, what happens when that plastic breaks down and is no longer there? I've unintentionally collapsed a Zhij(dpi button) switch on the Theron once.
I can always take it apart again, but there is a hidden screw under the left mouse button piece. It was a real pain so I stopped there.
This mouse was surprisingly much better than the Spectre, which so far has been my least favorite pln mouse.
also ZERO-G is REV:1.5 of this pcb just 128kb onboard memory instead of 64kb. Same build quality.