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Old 08-05-2009, 05:22 AM   #13
pdurrant
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By "glass screen", I meant the substrate - it's glass.

I agree that an old Palm OS device might be OK - but my son managed to break one of those. I always like the Sony Clie SJ-20, SJ-22 and SJ-30.

(The SJ-20 is monochrome, but particularly good in bright sunlight).

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Originally Posted by doreenjoy View Post
True, but many people have cracked the substrate layer without breaking the glass that's on top of it.

An older Palm Pilot might work well. I used to read E-books on a Palm III back in the day. Very sturdy.
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