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    johnny, what i did was go to home depot and bought a piece of clear plexiglass and cut it to fit. instead of just taking out the touchscreen panel, replace it with a plexiglass piece so at least you have some protection against dust and scratches

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystar
    johnny, what i did was go to home depot and bought a piece of clear plexiglass and cut it to fit. instead of just taking out the touchscreen panel, replace it with a plexiglass piece so at least you have some protection against dust and scratches
    Doesn't that kind of defeat the purpose of removing the touchscreen overlay. Now you just have an overlay and it's not even touchscreen. I used to have a plexi glass front on my NEC 6.5" and it had lots of daytime glare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystar
    johnny, what i did was go to home depot and bought a piece of clear plexiglass and cut it to fit. instead of just taking out the touchscreen panel, replace it with a plexiglass piece so at least you have some protection against dust and scratches

    Do you get alot of glare off that plexi glass. I was thinking I need something to help prevent scratches and stuff but dont want anything that will put off glare

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyutah36
    Do you get alot of glare off that plexi glass. I was thinking I need something to help prevent scratches and stuff but dont want anything that will put off glare
    I wouldn't worry too much about scratchs. If it's not touch screen why would be rubbing up against it? My notebook and other LCD displays are constantly exposed and they're fine.

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    the plexi doesn't really glare up that much. but then if the sun is at the right angle, anything will glare. it's much better than the touchscreen panel

    well firstly, the plexi is less glare. secondly, if it does scratch up, i just cut another piece and put it in. a cost of oh....50 cents? as opposed to a new screen heheh

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