How 'scratchable' is the screen surface of the TX series?

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  1. whazzup

    whazzup Scribbler - Standard Member

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    as abv, anyone drawing on their tablets regularly without using screen protectors? Will you get preg...i mean, are there scratches on the screen? :D
     
  2. mengela

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    yes very scrathable with tx2, using photodon
     
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    can you pick up photodon from bestbuy and such? or do you have to buy it offline?
     
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    hmm...wat abt the tx2500?
     
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    I have used mine sine June 2008 and have never used any sort of screen protection and typically write on it almost everyday. There are some light scratches but so far it is still not noticeable unless I look at it closely. From a distance I can't see the scratches at all. It depends on how you write and what you write, the amount of pressure you apply. I initially considered buying a photodon but never really followed up on it. I personally dont regret my decision.
     
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    I am on my second tx and neither has gained a significant permanent mark on the visible screen surface. OK, I cracked one screen by dropping it, but that doesn't count! :)

    Ian
     
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    I use it almost daily since Juny 2008, including writing and drawing, and I don't think I have any noticeable scratches on it. (but then again - my eyesight isn't great :) )
     
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    the multi touch screen of the tx2z is different from the tx, it is fairly easy, I am very careful and i picked up a couple noticeble scratches before my photodon went on, again i think the tx were fairly hard screens but the new multitouch is softer
     
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    thanks...think i'll hold out a while longer without protector den....
     
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    The screen is actually very durable. Haven't had a protector on it (tx2500 & tx1000) since I bought it.
     
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