[NTLK] New eMate display protection foils available
tjggriffin1 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 15 09:20:57 EDT 2019
Nicely done! On the NewtTest, the difference is most visible in the margin
and nearly invisible in the grid. I had to look hard to see it. Either way
it is negligible.
Are they adhesive? I remember cutting sheet protectors to fit my Palm
Pilots Back in the day. I always dreaded changing them and having to get it
under the bezel.
I'd be interested in 4 eMate foils. If you go ahead with the 2x00 version,
I can use 4 of those also.
Thanks so much!
On Tue, Oct 15, 2019 at 7:54 AM NewtonTalk <newtontalk at pda-soft.de> wrote:
> Hi gang,
> since scratched eMate displays are getting more and more difficult to
> replace, I recently had display
> protection foils made. They have rounded corners, which makes installation
> much easier. Moreover,
> they're ever so slightly smaller than the visible display area, which will
> relieve you of the arduous
> task of having to get their edges under the bezel.
> I'm extremely pleased about how they turned out. I cut one of them in half
> and applied it
> to the left half of my eMate so that you can see the (negligible)
> in the same picture:
> Extras folder, no backlight, picture taken without flash:
> Extras folder, no backlight, picture taken with flash to get an idea of the
> amount of reflection:
> Extras folder with backlight:
> NewtTest with backlight (foil ends between column 14 and 15):
> While my limited supply lasts, these animals will set you back EUR 4.00
> apiece or EUR 10.00 for three,
> plus what I pay for stamps. Last time I looked, this was (for up to three
> foils) EUR 0.80 for destinations
> in Germany and EUR 1.10 for all other destinations on this planet.
> Please drop me a line off-list if you're interested.
> PS I'm contemplating having the same kind of foils made for 2x00 Newton.
> Since the final price, as usual,
> depends on the number produced, it would be cool if you would post the
> number of foils you'd be interested
> in to this list.
More information about the NewtonTalk