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    Fellowes WriteRight
    Author: Drew Lanclos
    Date Posted: April 11th, 2002
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: The Fellowes screen protectors are not without their faults, but they're a good, cheap investment that can save you a lot of money on a screen replacement.

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    I've had my HandEra 330 for four months now. It's not my first PDA by any measure, but I use this one more than I've used any other PDA that I own. Since I can't just fork over another $300 to replace it if I screw it up, I'm naturally a bit concerned about damaging or breaking it. I keep it in a comfy slipcase (The Handspring leather cases turn out to be a perfect fit), and I leave the screen shield on it when I'm not using it (Many Palm users take off the flip-cover when they use it with an organizer, or they just don't want the hassle of it).

    However, just two months into owning and using my HandEra on a regular basis, I started to get worried - my precious screen was starting to get some light scratch marks on the silkscreen area. I didn't want to have to pay $100 for a screen replacement if I didn't need to. Unfortunately, since there weren't any screen protectors premade for my particular PDA model, it looked like I was going to have to do a bit of customization to get the results I wanted.

    I was actually shopping for screen protectors for two separate PDAs - My HandEra, and also a Kyocera SmartPhone QCP-6035. The HandEra, while it has a profile similar to that of a Palm III, doesn't have the same size screen. After taking some measurements and doing visual comparisons, I went ahead and picked up the Palm III-sized screens for my HandEra, and the m100 screens for the Kyocera.


    Here are the specifications of the WriteRight screen protectors from Fellowes' website:

    • Clear, micro-thin screen overlays for PDAs
    • Prevents scratches, reduces glare, and improves handwriting recognition
    • Textured surface and low-tack adhesive for easy, safe removal
    • Supports all Palm Computing...platforms and major Windows CETM devices
    • Includes a one-year supply for monthly replacement
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