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WriteRight by Fellowes

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Fellowes 98024 WriteRight Pilot Screen Protectors are clear overlays that fit directly over the screen of your hand-held organizer. Once installed, WriteRights protect the fragile screen from scratches. In addition, they reduce glare and improve handwriting recognition by simulating the feel of writing on real paper. Each WriteRight lasts approximately one month, and each package contains a year's supply of 12 WriteRights.

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User Opinions
Thumbs Up  76% Thumbs Down 24%

Thumbs Up

Works great.
Putting on the screen protection requires a third hand. If you have one, this is easy. Installed this on my Visor screen with my fiance holding down one end with the credit card and moving the card in the direction I was going, while I peeled it down works really well.
by lawman

Thumbs Down

Gave up on the sticky stuff
I became so frustrated using the sticky adhesive that I threw it all in the garbage. I bought NuShield instead and I'm glad I did. The original film is now 5 months old and still looks new. Easy to put on because there is not glue. Instead it slips between the screen and the case. You can also take it out and clean it anytime. I just love this stuff. Go to nushield.com and check it out.
by Lindsay Abrams

Thumbs Down

Extremely hard to put on!
I wasted 2 just trying to get these sheets on perfectly and just finally gave up and settled with my 3rd shot. I just can't seem to get these on perfectly straight and even. There are also small air bubbles everywhere that I just seem to can't get rid of.
by Chson

Thumbs Down

i also bought them for the protection
when i had my plat visor , i had used them on it and it was workable, but i noticed i was squining more...when I go the prism bought a nice new pack at thesame tim- then went to work, good thing i bought them at compusa- i was back there in less than half an hour, and got a refund- i bought the thing for the purpose of a color acreen not some matte looking film, i wilkl try the color ones thou- now that i know about them
by alildevil

Thumbs Up

Great screen protection from scratches
I love the idea of being able to protect the screen. Isn't that the part that you look at the most when using your PDA?! Installing a WriteRight was quick and easy. Pricey for a pack, I think you don't have to change the screen protectors too often. A friend with a Prism said the WriteRight polarized his screen. Didn't happen with my Platinum.
by Stanward

Thumbs Up

Pricey...but a Visor must!
When I bought my Visor I didn't pick up the WriteRight sheets due to the price. After shelling out 300 bucks the extra 30 bucks seemed a little steep. Then after using the Visor for 2 days I realized how delicate the screen was. I rushed out and bought them and believe me it is a wise investment! You get a years supply they say but for me it's a lot longer. The texture gives your stylus more grip and you don't worry about scatches or finger prints. It dulls the screen a bit but hey this is a grayscale 160x160 pda screen it isn't high defintion TV!?!? I'd rather live with that then a ruined screen. Applying them is a delicate job but as I found out with a little patience they went on great. Just follow the instructions and there you go. In summary they are pricey but looking at a once a year purchase it seems ok. Plus you enjoy your Visor longer.
by ginn7

Thumbs Up

mostly good, some bad
I like that it keeps fingerprints off it, i can use the back of a real pen and not worry about messing up the screen, i actually like the texture. on the flip side, they are a little expensive ($20 at OfficeMax), but cheaper than a new prism every time i scratch the screen; it makes the screen look funny, not too dark for me, but it looks like a grid or something. I would definitely recommend it or a comparable product.
by 2WYCE

Thumbs Up

High-priced, but good deal
They aren't cheap, but they're a lot cheaper than buying a new Visor because your screen is scratched. I've been using them off an on since I got my Platinum, and I prefer it when I've got them on. They do affect the display somewhat, but as long as you keep the screen CLEAN (which you can do with a brush of your finger -- don't try that without a protector, though), it's not that bad at all. There may be other screen protectors that are even better, but these are easy to find (I bought mine at an OfficeMax store in town) and easy to use. You do have to be careful with the application, but that's going to be true with ANY screen protection product. Since I also use TapPad, I stick the WriteRight protector right over the top of the TapPad overlay -- it gives me double-thicknesss over my grafitti area, which doesn't interfere with grafitti but does extend the life of the TapPad overlay.
by RobN

Thumbs Down

After evaluation, thumbs down
I used the WriteRights for about six months, and decided to stop using them. Reasons: (1) Impaired visability; (2) Outside of the Graffiti area, I don't put pen to screen very much. And I don't care if the Graffiti are gets scratched up. (If I did, I'd use Scotch 811 tape over it -- which has a nice tactile feel to it.) And the price is too high for these. Check the VisorCentral discussion board for various, cheaper replacements if you're interested.
by bookrats

Thumbs Up

couldn't live without 'em
Since I started using writerights, I've been able to completely forget about the screen getting damaged. Not only do I not worry about someone scratching the screen through incompetence, but I can use basically anything pointed (but not sharp, don't want to cut it) as a stylus such as a pen cap or finger nail. Although it does decrease the contrast of the screen, I believe this is made up for by the glare reduction. As for buying individual screen protectors, just sell half to a friend or something.
by ladd


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