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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by aaronmach1, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. aaronmach1

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    That is fairly interesting and cool, just would have to see it on my phone before i could say if i liked it. I'm tempted to take off my screen protector i have on my phone right now anyways.
     
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    i just ordered one. $6 and some change shipped to me. thats cheap! ill remove the screen protector i have now to try it and if i dont like the protector i have now is re-useable so im not out anything!
     
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    My friend have one of those.

    here is the 2 downside he noticed.
    Fingerprint like crazy
    Even with screen on, can't see anything or very little when used outside on sunny day.
    May decrease sensitivity since the film is thicker than the clear ones.
     
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    pretty nice, i can never get the screen protectors to line up right and have no bubbles so i gave up on trying
     
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    except $6. :p
     
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    I had one for my N900 and the glare (obviously) is annoying. You have to look at the display dead-on and the display is also slightly dimmer- even when full brightness set.

    N900 did look cool, but I prefer a more functional display. Got a clear protector and tossed the mirror.
     
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    I've had one of these on mine for a bit. you can get them for alot less on ebay though. it works as it says but the glare outside is bad. you can't see anything unless you really get in on it. also, even indoors if you play some games any overhead light will reflect and block your sight. it good for checking your teeth for food. I'm currently awaiting an antiglare protector.
     

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