Clear touch anti glare vs power support

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  1. ritchdude

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    Does anybody know how the clear touch anti glare screen protector compares
    To the power support one ?
     
  2. iBean

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    I bought the Clear Touch AG at the recomendation of forum members. It has arrived, but still waiting for my iPad. It seems to get high marks for Anti-Glare (which we have lots of in South Texas) as well as finger print and scratch protection.
     
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    My only thing is, every anti-glare/anti-fingerprint ANYTHING I have ever seen, for phones, iPads, you name it...blurs the screen a bit. It has to by nature. Like how a tinted window must make it darker by nature.
     
  4. thehatguy

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    Waiting on my PowerSupport anti-glare screen cover.

    Just found out they ran out of stock. Mine ships this coming Tuesday.

    Love it on my iPhone.

    John
     
  5. Edlex

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    Yea I actually bought the sgp anti fingerprint protector but still haven't put it on because when I saw it in person it looked like it would blur/soften the screen image. I still have it brand new in it's box since I'm enjoying the naked iPad.
     
  6. Kargurin

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    NuShield doesn't blur the screen. At all. If anything it enhances the appearance perhaps by removing all the wicked reflections the naked glass has. It is not a matte shield....those will blur the detail. On the negative side it does pull fingerprints as easily as the unshielded screen. Not noticeable when on.....and you do need an LCD or lens cleaner to remove them (you can use any cleaner). But it's a good tradeoff for me because of the optical quality.
     
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    My only experience is with the Power Support AG screen protector. Any blurriness is barely noticeable. The reduction of visible fingerprints is worth it to me.
     
  8. yvrgal

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    Kudos to Power Support Anti-Glare.

    I have one on my iPhone and I it looks like it's not even on it. It protects my screen and the film itself doesn't get scratched. I use my iPhone outdoors under the sun and I can see the screen very well. Power Support is highly recommended.

    No wonder they're sold out. Good thing I ordered my film weeks ago. :)
     
  9. Paffy

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    you should google for something like that or watch it on youtube
     
  10. Ominx

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    +1 on the Power Support Anti-Glare. I have one on my iPad and it has made it a lot more usable outside in the sun. The scratch protection is a nice bonus.
     

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