[NTLK] Screen problems/questions

From: Russell,Allen (Allen.Russell_at_boc.com)
Date: Wed Nov 10 2004 - 06:21:33 PST

I would guess that this was caused by heat. Was your bag and the corner of
the Newton setting next to a heat source? Then, probably, when you took it
out to charge it, it started cooling to room temperature.

>Date: Tue, 09 Nov 2004 23:26:21 -0500
>Subject: [NTLK] Screen problems/questions
>From: Alvin Lee <amlee_at_amyboo.com>
>Hi all,
>I had a very interesting thing happen with my MP2100 this evening.
>I got sick about 3-4 weeks ago, and haven't really touched any computer for
>awhile. My MP2100 was sitting in my bag, fully charged during this time.
>Tonight, I pulled out my Newton to figure a few things out and I noticed
>that one corner on the bottom right of where the Newton icon is was
>However, I have plugged in my Newton to a power source and I am letting it
>charge up. It's been about a 30 minutes, and the problem seems to have
>cleared up.
>Has anyone ever seen this before and can tell me why it is happening?
>Symptoms, Causes, Concerns, etc?
>Alvin Lee (Toronto, Canada)

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