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This is a discussion on Cover or not within the iPad 4 Forum forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; I'm thinking about just having on of those stand cases and not using any kind of actual screen protection while it's in use....

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    I'm thinking about just having on of those stand cases and not using any kind of actual screen protection while it's in use.
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    I got lucky and found the last Smart Cover at Walmart for 10$ on Black Friday....

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    Re: Cover or not

    Quote Originally Posted by rhardin View Post
    I got lucky and found the last Smart Cover at Walmart for 10$ on Black Friday....
    They had them for 10 bucks??! Crap

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    From about 10pm to 10:01 pm.... I got lucky one slipped in with the laptop covers and no one noticed it....
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    I bought a Griffin survivor cover and am so glad I did! My grand-nephew who is almost 5 years old dropped my iPad 4 on the concrete yesterday, no damage at all, not a scratch either. Oh yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingzfan61
    Im using a griffin survivor case with built in screen shield and love it but when i use a smart cover i put the moshi ivisor xt on and find its much better than the other screen protectors. No bubbles ever and great response.
    I use an iVisor on my 4S (and a speck) when not in the Otter-box Defender, but no screen protector on my iPad. If I used one it would probably be one of these too.

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    As far as the screen protector is concerned IMHO this is absolutely useless, I guess it takes a diamond to scratch that Gorilla glass. A back only cover (Moshi iGlaze XT) and a nice wool felt Altered sleeve will do the job for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katsiko View Post
    As far as the screen protector is concerned IMHO this is absolutely useless, I guess it takes a diamond to scratch that Gorilla glass. A back only cover (Moshi iGlaze XT) and a nice wool felt Altered sleeve will do the job for me.
    Speck of sand will scratch it...and there are lots of those around.

    My real world usages suggest it is not an issue...but I don't hang out at beaches or let kids play with my tablets....so....
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    Exactly, sand will scratch because of the silica makeup, of which glass is made. Just keep in a case and be careful when wiping the screen if you have been around that material. I have had my original,2,3,4 and no issues. Sometimes I think a screen protector leads to be overly confident of the protection. Care is the key.
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    I always use a screen protector on my touchscreen devices and have saved the real screen's glass buy doing so helping me preserve resale value also when i can show the buyer how perfect the screen is. The way I look at it is once you get a scratch on there's nothing you can do. I'd much rather scratch a removable piece of plastic. I bought mine off eBay and they are great.


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