Clear touch anti glare vs power support

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  1. jauce

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    I've been using the Power supply anti-glare screen, for me the anti-glare screen causes a drop in the optical clarity of the device. Looking at the screen it looks like there's a layer of pixelation between the screen and me.

    It does really cut down on fingerprints though and the anti-glare aspect works.

    I've heard the power supply has the best anti-glare screens, not sure if i'm going to leave mine on as i dont think i can stand that blurryness.

    Kargarin are you referring to the Nushield Dayvue ? I'm wondering if it really doesn't have the same bluryness, if it doesn't have that blurryness that would make it the best screen out there.
     
  2. DUTCH VanAtlanta

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    How About The Two Power Support Films ?

    Anti-Glare Film vs Crystal Film? Any first hand experience comparisons between the two?

    I've tried contacting them several times to find out the difference between the two, but no one answers their email or direct contact form.
     
  3. Kargurin

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    Yes, the Dayvue and it has no blurryness. It is not a matte shield. It's been awhile since I've installed but IIRC, there is a very slight tint to the shield. And right after I applied it I thought to myself how much better everything looks. I applied a matte shield to the same iPad and thought how blurry everything was.

    Two caveats. The shield I bought has no home button hole. I emailed the company and told them it was taking a toll on my thumb but they said they would not manufacture a shield with a hole unless demand increased. So, I simply cut a notch in the shield at the bottom so I can get to the button unimpeded. That has worked fine. You might want to contact them if you are interested to see if they have changed their manufacturing.

    Second, it is a fingerprint magnet. Which is obvious when you turn the iPad off. You need an LCD cleaner (like Rocketfish) and microfiber cloth to clean it. You can also use a household cleaner. If you just use a rag it will stay dirty.

    But, in my view, the optical clarity is so good I would buy it again. And cut a notch in it if needed. BTW, I think they have a money back guarantee. Unlike Boxwave (the matte shield I spoke of). I complained and they sent me a generic clear shield that you had to cut to fit (no refund...and the least they could have done was sent me a shield designed for the ipad). I don't care very much for them. :mad:
     
  4. Samurai

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    Figured out a great way to apply my Power Support anti-glare screen protector. Before I peeled the plastic off the Ipad, I got the screen protector ready and had my son peel the factory plastic down the Ipad as I applied the Power Support. Absolutely no lint, it is almost a perfect fit. Nobody can even tell it's on there unless I tell them.
     
  5. jauce

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    Kargurin,

    Have you had a chance to use the NuShield Dayvue outdoors?

    I sat outside during the evening with my powersupport anti-glair equiped ipad and the screen looked excellent, still that small loss of quality of course, but it the ipad was completely usable outside.

    I would hope that the dayvue would be decent outside (in small to moderate amounts of indirect sunlight) but was hoping you could fill me in.
     
  6. MikesTooLz

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    Just remember
    they way the anti glare screens work will darken your screen.
     
  7. mom2kkchen

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    I went with power support clear...total flawless love it... someone asked me the other day are you going to add a screen protector??
    I was like i have on i it already LOVE it and not one bubble
     
  8. DUTCH VanAtlanta

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    Is that the one called "Crystal Film" on their website?
     
  9. mom2kkchen

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    YES thats it.. once you order it go o you tube and they will show you how to install it takes less then 5 minutes and clear and protected ... i love it.... they even show you how to remove it if you mess up and corners not perfect I read tons of reviews and this one was the best... the only negative reviews it received was people not applying it right and had bubbles .. but even with a few bubbles you can smooth them out real easy
     
  10. Kargurin

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    Not mine.....my brightness is set at about 33%.
     

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