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Replacement for scratched screen?

Replacement for scratched screen?

Replacement for scratched screen?

I have a Handspring Visor Deluxe, but it has scratches on the screen.  Is there any way to repalce what looks like a clear plastic sheet that is on the glass for the screen?  Or may be a way to remove the scratches?

RE: Replacement for scratched screen?

WriteRight Screen Enhancements
WriteRight is a thin, rectangular piece of clear plastic that lies on the screen to protect it. WriteRight helps protect your touchscreen against the kind of damage you mention.The plastic screen saver gives a nice tactile feel to your stylus. Concept Kitchen makes WriteRight for H/PCs, Palm-size PCs and PalmPilots ie Handspring Visor. They also have other cleaning system products which may be able to help restore your screen IF it is not too far gone. Screen replacement and or repair is the most expensive thing on a PDA. Most computer stores that handle PDA's carry this or something simalar. Hope that helps.
(www.conceptkitchen.com/) Site may or may not be working?

RE: Replacement for scratched screen?

Check out www.companionlink.com
They should have what you need.  They came recommended to me too because they have a relly good quality product.


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