droid x screen protectors? waste of time...

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  1. bitter

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    They're actually the same thing.
     
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    I put the invisible Shield by Zagg on my Droid X and as stated it covers the entire screen. The Zagg comes with a spray bottle to clean your Droid X screen and then you lightly mist the shield and position it. Then the squeegee to move bubbles out to the edges. They say let it set for overnight before making a judgment as little bubbles with go away. At first it looked terrible, after letting it set overnight; GREAT! I really like it, no smears, no cleaning. It does have a kind of rubbery feel that I didn't like at first; I was concerned lint would stick to it, but it's great.
     
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    Thank you. sorry for my ingnorance.
     
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    The gave me the same deal to get the discount on other accessories. They had me get the V anti-glare ones. If I was going to mostly use it outside, I might have left it on, but really hurts the contrast/brightness indoors.
     
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    No screen protector for me. It seems to me if you have an event catastrophic enough to scratch Gorilla Glass a plastic protector isn't going to help. I've also found screen protectors reduce the accuracy of the touch screen. They can also make the screen look terrible depending on what one you buy.
     
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    I'm going naked as well. I also keep mine in a pouch.
    Nothing like the feel of the naked glass

    1962 glass could be Corning's next bonanza seller - Yahoo! Finance
     
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    nice.....but what i want to know is.... If the phone still works.
     
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    Me and my wife both have SGP (Steinheil) screen protectors on ours. They are absolutely incredible! Wife has the anti-glare on hers and I the Ultra Clear. The anti-glare softens the screen slightly, but my wife loves hers. It's saved her butt on a drop once already, if the protector hadn't been on there her screen would have chipped for sure. I have never seen another screen protector as good as the Ultra Clear! Can't even tell that there is a screen protector on it. Look and feel is near identical to the original glass. Super easy to install too.
     
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    Screen protectors are mandatory for me when I have a touchscreen device. I don't care how tough the screen is. It's not invincible.
     
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    I started out with a verizon screen protector and it sucked big time. I went to best buy and got a zagg the next day, I like it much better but it still does not fit the entire screen surface even after centering as close to perfect as i could and smoothing it out. Also once in a while i'm not able to run my fingers over the screen very smooth when using swype. I'm interested in the SGP can anyone tell me how they compare to zagg or what they prefer in their opinion.
     
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