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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 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] Peeling off the keyboard reveals a handful of teeny tiny T4 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.