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Old 08-21-2005, 01:55 PM   #1
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I've been trying to use my laptop when traveling and/or when sitting outside. The screen is impossible to view. Since so many RVers use laptops when they travel, it's presumably because they can use them whenever and wherever they want. So there must be a product or a practice which results in a viewable screen. The high contrast screens some software make available are marginally better, but not enough to negotiate my computer as I wish. Help would be greatly appreciated.
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I've been trying to use my laptop when traveling and/or when sitting outside. The screen is impossible to view. Since so many RVers use laptops when they travel, it's presumably because they can use them whenever and wherever they want. So there must be a product or a practice which results in a viewable screen. The high contrast screens some software make available are marginally better, but not enough to negotiate my computer as I wish. Help would be greatly appreciated.
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go to Wal-mart and get one of those window screens that attatch to the window with suction cups and then pull down like a window shade I bought one for my wife for only a couple bucks and it woks great as she can now see the screen great They do only work on side windows thought so if its from the windsheild then block it off with one of those windsheild covers used to keep the car cooler while parking
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