Re: NTLK Any Problem on Touchscreen by Screen Protector?

From: Laurent Daudelin (
Date: Wed Jan 12 2000 - 14:06:29 EST

Soo Yeon Cho wrote:

> Dear Newton users,
> I've heard recently that screen protector(like NuShield, Barrier) may
> cause some problem on touch screen of PDAs. That is, screen protector is
> located in some gap which is between TSP(touch screen panel) and
> case. However, it is supposed that there is no gap between TSP and case
> theoritically. So, screen protector may give some pressure on TSP, then
> it may cause some error on TSP(or screen). It is said that screen
> protector push some points a number of million times, then it causes
> screen out of order.
> Any one knows about this? I am using NuShield and worried about this.

I've been using the WriteRights for more than 2 years now. I did experience
last year some "squiggle" effects, but had to have the screen replaced. Don't
have any problem so far.

Laurent Daudelin
Developer, Object Factory, Substrate Fannie Mae
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