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Old 06-10-2008, 07:22 AM   #13
HarryT
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Remember that the Gen3 uses exactly the same screen as the Kindle, Sony, and various other models of eInk Reader. This is NOT a normal occurance. Treat it as you would, say, a laptop PC, and you'll be just fine. Applying pressure to a point on the screen, or a twisting motion to the case, is what breaks the substrate.
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