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Jmi
19th September 2004, 09:04 PM
I am wondering if anyone here uses any sort of protective covers for their powerbooks

I am contemplating to get the ProtouchPB keyboard protector to keep my keypads clean.
I have sweaty palms and after 1-2 days of usage, i can see sweat stains all over my keypads and "palm rest" area. The keypads will take quite a beating after as i clean it every 1-2 days and i am afraid i will spoil any keys in one of my cleaning.

Also, what do you guys use to clean the pbook display?? mine is getting a couple of fingerprints.

LOL, this is my first laptop thus my ignorance in cleaning it. Should i get any of those protective skins? How should i clean my pbook display and keypads?

Thanks guys

Ozi
19th September 2004, 09:16 PM
I own a pBook "XPB" keyboard protector to keep the cat fur out of the keyboard. :D

I bought mine off eBay, but that seller has no more. Try googling it. http://www.allabouttheaccessories.com/brow...PowerBook-.HTML (http://www.allabouttheaccessories.com/browseproducts/xSkin-XPB---iBook---PowerBook-.HTML)

EDIT: added links.

p53
19th September 2004, 11:29 PM
I got the ProTouch keyboard protector to keep out the dust.
I use the lens cleaning cloth for my glasses to clean the PB case. I have lens tissue to clean the display (which I only clean once every 2-3wk because I'm worried I'll scratch it). I also have an electrostatic brush that I run across the display & keyboard once in a while.

cmetom
20th September 2004, 12:44 AM
radtech stuff is good.. i have a powersleeve and the keyboard protector thingy for my 14" ibook