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    Talking My iPad's shiny captain

    As I was sitting outside enjoying the local lovely April day looked behind me at one of trees in the yard and notice a bright spot that should have been there in the shade. With a little wiggling I soon realize that it's my iPad 2's almost mirror finish that is reflecting the sun in a concentrated spot.

    So, blinding yourself or a loved one (troublesome sibling) with your iPad... feature or defect?
    Add 202 to my user number and call me an Airplane.

    --iPad 2 64 GB Black WiFi "Dynabook 2011. With know-how and integrity"

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    I just got Ghost Armor overlay on my iPad 2. It protects the screen, almost eliminates smudges And almost eliminates the really bad reflection. It is great! I had a heavier, anti-reflection protective sheet on my iPad 1 but it substantially cut the excellent screen resolution. Ghost Armor is almost invisible.

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