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[* black] One of the most important features on the Droid 3 is its 5-row slide-out full QWERTY keyboard.
- [* black] We like the offset keys on the Droid 3, a feature that was frustratingly absent in the [guide|3502|Droid 2|stepid=16752].
-[* black] In similar fashion to the Droids that preceeded it, this Droid makes it very difficult to get to the display assembly. First, we had to peel the keyboard cover off the circuit board hiding beneath it.
-[* black] After removing a few T3 Torx screws and de-routing the display data cable, the display assembly on the Droid 3 separates from the slider mechanism and keyboard.
+ [* black] We like the offset keys on the Droid 3, a feature that was frustratingly absent in the original Droid, but added in the [guide|3502|Droid 2|stepid=16752].
+[* black] As with its predecessors, the display assembly in this Droid is very difficult to access.
+[* black] Peeling off the keyboard reveals a handful of teeny tiny T3 Torx screws that secure the display assembly to the slider mechanism and keyboard.
+[* black] After some cringe-inducing maneuvering of the display data cable, we can separate the two pieces.