I removed the glass, looks brilliant, but...

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    chris-lawrence Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I removed the glass and the screen is so much better to look at!

    (I realise someone has done this in the past but I can't be bothered finding the post)

    So far it works very well -- much better for drawing, but I do worry about long term use -- the previous person who did this suggested getting a cintiq plastic cover which was much thinner than the default glass -- did you try this? Has it worked well?
     
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    I have another reader with similar screen (Ectaco jetbook mini). This screen without glass looks much better, imho. No problems with unprotected screen of jetbook, despite of using in hard conditions - survived few mountain trips, was dropped to floor about 4-5 times (accidently) and so on. No scratches, no any other marks of using.

    I would be glad to remove glass from my eee-note, but too lazy :) Moreover it would remove sensor key marking and will make sloppy appearance at all.
     
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