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Well, I have a doggie who likes to walk on mine to get into my lap or as a bridge to get to his perch by the window. So, needless to say, I need a cover and they are on order lol.
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Nobody gets to play my "toys".Originally Posted by Toyeboy
I just protect the body especially the corners. I'm very careful who I let use my Ipad. No kids.
Really no reason for anyone to use my personal device anyway.
Don't wear rings or anything.
For anyone debating this issue I highly recommend the ivisor screen protector. You literally cant tell its there and is so much better than any zagg or body armor. You can grab them from any at&t store and if you for some reason dont like it you can return it with no questions asked. I sold my ipad 2 for full value ($350) and transferred the visor to my ipad 3 with no issues. If you want a full body, the griffin survivor is bar none the best available.
I got a Smart Cover for the glass front in addition to a Logitech Ultrathin keyboard cover. Got a slip case to store the whole set of covers. North covers have their use and both are great and do exactly what they are designed to do at least IMHO.
I was in the screen protector camp for a while until about 6 months ago. Going from using a plastic protector to the glass is so drastically different IMO that it's worth few hairline scratches after a year or two. When it comes down to it, unless you have any noticeable scratches, it doesn't affect the resale value that much.
Interesting. I had an Iphone 4 for a couple of years before I upgraded to the 5. I gave the 4 to my brother and he commented on how scratch free the glass was. It never had a screen protector on it and I was never careful with it! I just used my shirt sleeves (yeah I know) to clean its face now and again. I do the same with my mini.
In truth these devices are made to take some punishment. Sand will scratch the glass as will keys etc., but in normal use that us careful folks give them, a clean cloth will usually suffice. I even breath on the glass to moisten it to get rid of stubborn finger marks ;-)
Cheers n beers
I have the Zagg HD screen protector on my Ipad 4 only because I love to keep all of my devices in mint condition
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