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  1. andrewj's Avatar
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    I just got the Treo 700P, my first Treo in fact. I have a screen protector to protect the screen, but thoughts out there on how to protect the camera lens from getting scratched?
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    I tried the screen protector on the lens and the pictures were absolutely terrible. Your best bet is to get a case that covers the lens.
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    I guess the main issue is...does the lens get scratched really easily during day to day use?
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    Martin Fields screen protectors are the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewJ
    I guess the main issue is...does the lens get scratched really easily during day to day use?
    not in my experience
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    I measured my speed on 2wire's site which was more encouraging (660kbps).....until I read this:

    What does this test actually measure?
    This connection tests how fast your computer can load a Web page from the 2Wire Website. It does not measure the speed of your ISP connection, but rather the speed at which the page is received and appears in your browser.

    Based on the performance of Orb, I'm more inclined to believe DSLreports. I realize that maybe Blazer is the problem, but consider this. Blazer is AN INTERGRAL part of the 700P and really is PART OF THE WHOLE DEVICE. At least at this time if you want to stream video from Orb, YOU HAVE TO USE BLAZER. Maybe Kinoma or TCMP will be able stream directly and do a better job of Kinoma/Blazer, but right now it's all we have. Therefore I stand by my original conclusion that the Orb problem and slow speeds on the network are the 700P's fault, not the network.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sndtubes
    I measured my speed on 2wire's site which was more encouraging (660kbps).....until I read this:
    You're in the wrong thread, aren't ya?

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