Palm Universal Wireless Keyboard disassembly? Answered
I'm toying with the thought of adapting my Palm Universal Wireless Keyboard to work with Bluetooth. Currently, it sends irDA data at 9600 baud. This should be decodable using an xmega's usart which has an irDA mode. One could even bypass the IR emitter, as there are exposed contacts in the base where one can catch the signals prior to irDA transmission (at 1.5V high / 0.5V low levels).
My question is: Does anyone know how to disassemble the keyboard? I don't see any screws anywhere.