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Nick Charlton Page Icon Posted 2005-05-22 10:25 AM
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Hi All,

What is the best way to keep my J720 clean? I done a quick search of the forums and came up with those keyboard skins, are they still being sold? Also apart from screen protectors, is there anything else to keep my beloved J720 clean?



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Yoldering Page Icon Posted 2005-05-22 11:05 AM
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Yes they do still sale them, but they remind me of the old lady that lived at the end of the block when I was growing up. She had plastic covering all of her furniture There are a lot sites, though I don't know how much shipping to you would be though. Image911
http://www.image911.net/store/index.php?cPath=27
Also Clinton reviewed...
http://www.hpcfactor.com/reviews/editorial/protecting-your-hpc-2002...

Edited by Yoldering 2005-05-22 11:15 AM
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Nick Charlton Page Icon Posted 2005-05-22 12:21 PM
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Thanks for that Yoldering, I already had a quick look at the Image911 site, just wasn't sure if they were still selling them.

What are Screen Protectors like? Where is the best place to get them and How often do they need replacing?

Cheers

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Uncle Ben Page Icon Posted 2005-05-23 9:26 AM
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Hi, Nick. I tried the keyboard protectors and didn't like the feel of it. As for screen protectors, I like the NuShield protectors. They're easy to install and they seem to last forever. I've had one on since August 2004 and it's still in excellent shape.

http://www.nushield.com/

Cheers!

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Nick Charlton Page Icon Posted 2005-05-23 11:47 AM
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Thanks Uncle Ben, but what do they feel like? Kinda Rubbery?

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cmonex Page Icon Posted 2005-05-23 1:38 PM
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question one: i couldn't find screen protectors for jornada 720 on that site. are there any for them there?
question two: how much worse will the screen visibility & responsibility be with that screen protector?
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Nick Charlton Page Icon Posted 2005-05-23 2:12 PM
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cmonex - 2005-05-23 6:38 PM

question one: i couldn't find screen protectors for jornada 720 on that site. are there any for them there?


http://www.nushield.com/products_main_hp-jornada.htm The drop down box to the right.



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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2005-05-23 2:39 PM
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Nick Charlton - 2005-05-23 11:47 AM

Thanks Uncle Ben, but what do they feel like? Kinda Rubbery?

Nick


Hi, Nick. Yes, rubbery but it's the loss of tactile sense to the keyboard that I didn't like. It's really a matter of preference ... probably best to buy one and try it. Many like them, I didn't.
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Uncle Ben Page Icon Posted 2005-05-23 3:54 PM
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Nick Charlton - 2005-05-23 11:47 AM

Thanks Uncle Ben, but what do they feel like? Kinda Rubbery?

Nick


Not so much rubbery, you just don't get the same feel of the keyboard ... what do they call it, tactile ... well you lose that, I just didn't like them.
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Nick Charlton Page Icon Posted 2005-07-27 4:56 AM
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Plastic Keys are better, but I've always liked 'rubbery' ones for some reason

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wallythacker Page Icon Posted 2005-07-27 5:05 AM
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Can one easily pop the skins on and off for "dirty" moments? Or is it major work?
I'm thinking if it's easy I should invest. I have a "spill everything everywhere" friend.

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Nick Charlton Page Icon Posted 2005-07-27 5:44 AM
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I'm not sure myself, but you could contact Image911

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sophisticatedleaf Page Icon Posted 2005-08-05 5:55 PM
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CANNED AIR!

It won't keep it clean, but it sure will get it clean!
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Nick Charlton Page Icon Posted 2005-08-06 5:55 AM
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Thats not exactly cheap though, and anyway, it never worked on my laptop, my keyboard's still full of crumbs and other things.

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