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Old 11-10-2009, 10:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys,

A few people at my company have the new 9700. They are asking me questions as to what is the best way to keep it clean? As in keep off the fingerprints and such.

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Hey guys,

A few people at my company have the new 9700. They are asking me questions as to what is the best way to keep it clean? As in keep off the fingerprints and such.

thanks
I use a microfiber cloth to wipe my screen and buttons free of fingerprints. Much like an eyeglass lens cleaning cloth.
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Ditto on the microfiber cloth, though I don't do it much anymore. Somehow I tolerate fingerprints and smudges now. I used to wipe the screen on my old 8700 all the time.
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I use microfibre as well. I have found the 9700 shows fingerprints etc much more than my 9000. Must be a different type of plastic.
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