screen side

screen side

Of a fiberboard or the like, that side which receives the impression of the mesh during manufacture.
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The aesthetic is perhaps a little generic on the screen side but makes more of a state- ment on the rear with an easy to hold curved glass design and a metallic layer visible underneath.
Its new U-Span cross members are built for superior abrasion resistance and are fixed to the screen side walls using huck bolts, eliminating welds and ensuring the longest working life for the Infinity screen.
"As we have been flagging for some time, we were always expecting the non-touch screen side of the business to decline away.
Screen side wear liners are boxed in with mild steel or hard plate to prevent premature edge wear or damage.
The thick foam fully covers the back, sides and extends above the surface of the screen, which means that the screen will remain safe from scratches if it dropped on the screen side. The grip handle can provide a secure grip for the device.
We're sure that Microsoft will also tweak the Metro/Start screen side of things, but so far we haven't heard much from the leak/rumor mill.
The one in the front (screen side) is set with the correct focal distance and angle for FaceTime calls, which transmit voice and the live image of the caller as he or she receives the image of the other party.
The "Dome" deal continues a burst of activity on the small screen side for Spielberg and DreamWorks TV.
On the small screen side, HBO -- led by traditional kudo magnets "The Sopranos" and "Sex and the City," along with new critical fave "Six Feet Under" and big-budget World War II mini "Band of Brothers" -- dominated the pack with 19 noms.
The guard and tackle on the screen side block for a two count, release, and block the most threatening defenders.
This technique involves collecting vibration data at various points on the screen side plates (see photo) while the screen is in operation.