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By Steve
#7780
Recently I've been sitting under a tree with my laptop, and afterwards the screen had dozens of tiny, sticky drops on it that were hard to clean off. My idea is for cheap, disposable laptop foils that are transparent and can be put on the laptop's screen and keyboard as a temporary protection. Of course they shouldn't hinder functionality or visibility of the screen.

Reward: Free laptop foils
By shari
#8095
I have already bought such protective foils for my iPaq PDA's screen, so its probably available for laptops too.
By Rishi
#8101
Steve wrote:Recently I've been sitting under a tree with my laptop, and afterwards the screen had dozens of tiny, sticky drops on it that were hard to clean off. My idea is for cheap, disposable laptop foils that are transparent and can be put on the laptop's screen and keyboard as a temporary protection. Of course they shouldn't hinder functionality or visibility of the screen.

Reward: Free laptop foils


The polyethylene (25 micrometer thick)domestic shrink wrap foil used on food containers seems to work well.

rishi
By jstr
#8839
I noticed a few poeple at uni use sandwidch wraping plastic (or glad wrap as its called here in australia)


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