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Can Worn Palm M505 Screen Be Repaired?

Can Worn Palm M505 Screen Be Repaired?

Can Worn Palm M505 Screen Be Repaired?

Hi all,

I have a Palm M505 which I've used quite a lot for almost two years.  Lately, I've been making more mistakes while entering data via the Graffiti writing area, because it is worn.  The letter side, in particular, is worn so much over a small area in the middle that I can feel the stylus crossing over the ridge.

I have seen a product called "Displex" advertised in the UK as being suitable for repairing mobile phone and pda screens; the advertisement states "The product bonds and moulds itself to the surface, removing any scratches by filling in the small groves that makes the surface appear scratched".

I would be grateful if anyone could advise me of their experiences with this or similar products (or can the screen be economically replaced?).  I don't want to experiment if I might end up ruining the screen altogether!



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