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edoc

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Power Button Protection?
« on: February 22, 2006, 01:20:33 pm »
I keep accidently bumping the On/Off button on the front edge of my C1000.

It generally happens when I am inserting or removing a SD, CF, or USB device.

I think they should have recessed it just a little more.

Anyone use a couple of small stick-on buttons like that which cushions the lid
to make accidental power-off less probable?

Thanks!  doc
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Power Button Protection?
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2006, 02:06:25 pm »
my piel frama case protects it from those accidents to the point that I have to sometimes push it twice to turn on.  
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« Reply #2 on: February 22, 2006, 11:10:10 pm »
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my piel frama case protects it from those accidents to the point that I have to sometimes push it twice to turn on. 
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$112. USD plus shipping is a bit too rich for my budget!
Nice cases though.

Thanks!  doc
Sharp SL-C1000 Linux handheld pc, Nokia 6255i cellphone,<BR>
Puppy Linux on powernotebooks.com Z500 laptop,<BR>
<I>IBM TP 600x laptop, and custom assembled desktops.<BR>
Amateur Radio packet, aprs, pactor, psk31, sstv, etc. for<BR>
emergency communications and weak signal experiments.</I>
My Webpage