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    Anyone know which PDA's past or present, have the same physical screen size as the Treo 650? I'd like to know because I'm a Fellowes WriteRight fan and I can't find any for the Treo 650. It looks like Fellowes had discontinued the WriteRights. eBay has tons of them for different PDA's so I was wondering if there are any that would fit the Treo 650.
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    I do not believe there is an exact match. How much different is the 600 screen?

    If that is not a match -- you will have to cut a larger size down to fit. The T3 screen might be near double -- you might get a 2fer.

    Cheers, Perry
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    I bought one on ebay for a 600 which fits my 650 perfectly. Can't remember which make.
    Unlocked GSM Treo 650, Holux GPSlim236 GPS BT receiver & Tom Tom v5.201
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    Boxwave makes a re-usable screen protector. I have not tried it yet. I still have a bunch of WriteRights left to use up (bought them for my Garmin iQue 3600 and am cutting them to fit the Treo 650).
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    I'm not into the "reusable" protectors. I'd rather have a big pack of screen protectors that you apply, use, then throw away.
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    These work great, been using them for months. They fit the 600 & Kyocera 7135 as well.

    http://search.ebay.com/12-SCREEN-PRO...fclZ3QQfrppZ50
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickMG
    These work great, been using them for months. They fit the 600 & Kyocera 7135 as well.

    http://search.ebay.com/12-SCREEN-PRO...fclZ3QQfrppZ50

    Cool. Do they use actual adhesive to stick to the screen? The types that use adhesives are terrible.
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    WriteRights look terrible on Treo's Hi-Res screen. They worked great on my Vx AND M515... even on the Tungsten W it was ok, but for some reason they look bad on the Treo.

    Might also be because the screen is smaller and the texture on the WriteRights matched the pixel density? I usd the factoy Palm one and it works great... which remids me I never used the one included in the BOX!
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    WriteRights look terrible on Treo's Hi-Res screen. They worked great on my Vx AND M515... even on the Tungsten W it was ok, but for some reason they look bad on the Treo.

    Might also be because the screen is smaller and the texture on the WriteRights matched the pixel density on the larger screens? I usd the factoy Palm one and it works great... which remids me I never used the one included in the box of my new Treo!
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    I used WriteRights with my CLIE SJ30, SJ33, TH55 and with a Palm Zire72 and still really like them. The screen protector that came with the Treo 650 was terrible because it actually lifted my fingerprint when I used the tip of my finger to pull it off the paper backing (it wouldn't lift when I bended the end of it like the instruction shows). I'm also not a fan of reusable / washable screen protectors. I haven't been able to actually wash one successfully. I tried washing a supposedly washable screen protector once and it just screwed it up to the point where it wasn't even reusable anymore and I just washed it with warm distilled water.
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    These are by far the best screen potector out there. I had one on my Pocket PC, and I know have one on my treo. It does not get any scratches on it and holds up amazingly well. Well worth the money.

    http://www.pocketpctechs.com/main~un...SPDA004-2S.htm
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    Also I had one on my PPC for over 6 months, no scratches and now on my treo for 2 with the same result.

    I think it looks great with the hi-res screen, btw.
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    They don't use adhesives so they are good, but their prices are way too high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickMG
    These work great, been using them for months. They fit the 600 & Kyocera 7135 as well.

    http://search.ebay.com/12-SCREEN-PRO...fclZ3QQfrppZ50

    So do they use adhsives or not?
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    $8 for shipping something that weighs about 2 ounces! If they'd toss it in an envelope and ship it USPS for $2.00 I'd give them a try.



    Quote Originally Posted by tut00
    These are by far the best screen potector out there. I had one on my Pocket PC, and I know have one on my treo. It does not get any scratches on it and holds up amazingly well. Well worth the money.

    http://www.pocketpctechs.com/main~un...SPDA004-2S.htm

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