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[* black] Poppin' out the lower LCDLCD off some adhesive seems scary, but isn't too bad. No heat required!
[* icon_reminder] There's a protective plastic film over the lower screen, both to protect the LCD and enable the touch action, so we feel pretty safe pushing on it
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[* black] The plastic LCD cover containsis threaded with a very-faintly-visible grid of dots. We didn't notice it at first, and taking a photo of it is near impossible — but it's there! We promise!
[* icon_note] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resistive_touchscreen|Resistive touchscreens] like this one rely on contact between two layers of resistive material to register a touch. This way you can use a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Touchscreen#Capacitive|capacitative-touch]-unfriendly stylus.
[* black] Poppin' out the lower LCDLCD off some adhesive seems scary, but isn't too bad. No heat required!
[* icon_reminder] There's a protective plastic film over the lower screen, both to protect the LCD and enable the touch action, so we feel pretty safe pushing on it
.
[* black] The plastic LCD cover containsis threaded with a very-faintly-visible grid of dots. We didn't notice it at first, and taking a photo of it is near impossible — but it's there! We promise!
[* icon_note] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resistive_touchscreen|Resistive touchscreens] like this one rely on contact between two layers of resistive material to register a touch. This way you can use a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Touchscreen#Capacitive|capacitative-touch]-unfriendly stylus.