is precious. The human body is a frail thing, with bones easily broken
and skin that is easily scratched and scuffed. Like the human body,
the Visor is susceptible to damage. Unfortunately, unlike the human
body, the Visor has no repair mechanisms or regenerative properties, and
the screen, which is the most important part of the Visor, can be scratched
by something as small as a grain of sand. One way of protecting your
Visor against cuts, scratches, and other unpleasant things is with Concept
The WriteRight is a screen protector that provides full-coverage for
your Visor's screen. The package comes with 12 sheets, and you're
supposed to be able to get at least a month out of each screen; I
have found that you can leave them on until they begin to scratch.
I had my first sheet on for at least a month and a half. Also included
is a "Squeegee-Card" that is used when putting a sheet on your Visor.
The only text on the WriteRight is Concept
Kitchen's website written in very small letters at the bottom of the
sheet. You won't even notice it.
a WriteRight on the Visor's screen is a little tricky at first, but you
get the hang of it. First, make sure the Visor's screen is clear
of any smudges or dirt. Peel away part of the back of a sheet and
place it level at the top of the Visor's screen. Use the Squeegee-Card
to evenly press the WriteRight across the Visor's screen. That's
it! (The Squeegee-Card has the instructions on it as well.)
on the Visor after it is protected is coarser than when the screen was
exposed but does improve recogntion ove not having any WriteRight.
I gauge the texture at somewhere in between normal paper and the construction
paper that young kids use. This texture doesn't bother me, but some
users may be put off by it.
The WriteRight also makes the Visor's screen slightly darker.
This makes using the already poor backlight even more difficult to use.
However, in return you get much less glare from your screen in normal or
bright light. In the photos here I have pictures of the Visor before-and-after
puting on a WriteRight -- as you can see, the WriteRight reduced
the glare significantly. I made sure to have my overhead light
directly on the Visor's screen when taking the photos, and you'll note
the difference is impressive.
Another benefit of WriteRights is that it protects the screen from smudges.
Now I can actually let my friends look at my Visor without worrying about
cleaning the screen after they use it. I can also wipe of any fuzz
or dirt off with my fingers without leaving smears on the screen.
(If only monitors had these -- my biggest pet peeve is people touching
the monitor when they point )