Touch users - what do you use to clean the screen

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  1. Posts : 5,833
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       #11

    Er, I guess you missed the point.

    Not that this is it, but presently so are tower desktop PCs and All-in-ones for those that prefer them to be.

    All-in-one & touch desktops Desktops | HP® Official Store

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  2. Posts : 127
       #12

    HP is doing some great things with hybrids/laptops and AIO's. I got the HP Beats machine.
    http://store.hp.com/webapp/wcs/store...ats-all-in-one

    Good looking, works well and the speakers are wonderful.

    And the Sprout looks fascinating!
    http://store.hp.com/webapp/wcs/store...y-hp-152003--1
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       #13

    lparsons21 said:
    HP is doing some great things with hybrids/laptops and AIO's. I got the HP Beats machine.
    ENVY Beats All-in-one Desktops | HP® Official Store

    Good looking, works well and the speakers are wonderful.

    And the Sprout looks fascinating!
    Sprout by HP Desktops | HP® Official Store
    Very nice, lparsons21! Good for you and good choice.
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       #14

    I guess gregrocker withdrew his post.
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  5. Posts : 127
       #15

    I guess he/she did.

    One more thing about the HP Sprout. While I'm fascinated with what it seems to be able to do, and the tech looks to be well put together, I can't thing of a single thing I could do with it that I want to do.

    Could be 'cause I'm a geezer (I'm 70), but I choose to think that isn't so!! :)
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       #16

    lparsons21 said:
    One more thing about the HP Sprout. While I'm fascinated with what it seems to be able to do, and the tech looks to be well put together, I can't thing of a single thing I could do with it that I want to do.
    Well, we wouldn't have to get up and put anything into the scanner anyway.

    Do you sit at your desk with your HP Beats? If so, do you have it set close to use the touch screen?
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  7. Posts : 127
       #17

    Yes, I do use it at a desk, and also it is closer than it would be for non-touch.

    That said, I don't use touch on it as much as I do on the SurfacePro in my lap. Some things just 'feel' right to use touch on the desktop, others not so much.
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       #18

    Uh, Gasoline ???
    Just kidding. I tend to use a good quality glass cleaner for general cleaning and alcohol preps for stubborn spots.
    I've also taken to using a name brand "Anti-Static Electronic Equipment Cleaner" which does a bang up job on all the screens I've tried it on. No residue, but I do use a screen cleaning cloth for wiping.
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  9. Posts : 2,068
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       #19

    50/50 fix of isopropyl rubbing alcohol and "distilled water". It has to be distilled or it will leave behind residue and such. I make tons of this stuff at work and clean everything with it.
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       #20

    I wear glasses for computer use, and I clean them every morning with glasses wipes. After I'm done on the glasses, I hit my smartphone and computer screen before it dries. Start out the day with clean all around.
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