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plutnicki
Jul 22, 2003, 02:21 PM
I've been generally surfing the web looking for interesting PowerBook stuff for my incoming TiBook. One place I was pointed to was RadTechs stuff. Anyone with a TiBook use the TiGlide kit? Is the hinge on the TiBook really in need of fixing?

What about the wildeepz? Do those work as advertised. Seems like a good idea to prevent the screen from hitting the case...

Any comments on this company?

Thx,

...Jim

Abstract
Jul 22, 2003, 03:07 PM
I haven't used it, but please post a link to what you're talking about, pwetty pwease. ;)

Eniregnat
Jul 22, 2003, 03:13 PM
For others, the link is RadTech (http://www.radtech.us/). (RadTechs is a medical supply and traning company.)

I saw several posts about the Ti-Glid kit, and the feed back was neutral to positive (I think it was Spymac or AppleInsider, but maybe not). I wouldn't invest in a repair until it was necessary. Does it void the warranty?

Radtech
NOTE: TiGlide will reduce the display's ability to remain open at angles less than 20 degrees from the chassis.

If it aint broke don't fix it.

The Wildeepz pads (http://www.radtech.us/wildeepz.html) and the Screensavrz (http://www.radtech.us/screensavrz-laptop.html) do look like good investments.

Kwyjibo
Jul 22, 2003, 03:13 PM
I have one of their screen protectors for my iBook and it is of high quality. I've never had any of the other problems they describe but if you do i highyl recommend them.