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2003\11\21@124809 by SM Ling

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I bought two 2nd-hand HP200LX few years back, a tiny PDA that runs DOS.
This stuff is still quite popular on ebay.  Anyway after a few months to a
year, the LCD of both 200LX kind of curled up.  I noticed the plastic sheet
covering it was applying wrongly, and removed it.  But after that the LCD
shows nothing.   I realise the sheet must be a polariser, and "google"
confirms it.  Now I wondering should I get the actual polarised plastic
sheet or just a polarised sun-glass :-) .

There is another thin sheet transparent platsic over the glass LCD, I think
someone forgot to peel it off before applying the polariser.

Any sources for the polariser or a good pair of polarised sunglasses?

Ling SM

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2003\11\21@154238 by William Chops Westfield

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On Friday, Nov 21, 2003, at 10:01 US/Pacific, SM Ling wrote:
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> Any sources for the polariser or a good pair of polarised sunglasses?

http://www.sciplus.com/singleItem.cfm?terms=8958&cartLogFrom=Search

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2003\11\30@231738 by SM Ling

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Thanks for those who have responded.  I would go with American Science as
they have other interesting stuff to buy so to save on shipping (?).

I have also found a good site for LCD polariser, I think might be better
quality.  They have other lens, IR filter, etc.  Reasonably priced too.
http://www.3dlens.com/index.htm


Cheers, Ling SM

> > Any sources for the polariser or a good pair of polarised sunglasses?
>
> http://www.sciplus.com/singleItem.cfm?terms=8958&cartLogFrom=Search

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