ipad 2 on its way, anyone using a clear screen protector?

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    ipad 2 on its way, anyone using a clear screen protector? I'd like one which is near invisible, with no bubbles! any advice?
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    I use Zagg Invisible Shield. Have used it on all my iDevices and my Android phones. LOVE it. But, that's all personal.

    Me personally Zagg FTW
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    I have the Bodyguardz fullbody clear skin which I am 95% satisfied with. I love the back, but the front has just a little bit too much orange peel. I think most would feel that it is fine. The tactile feel is great. Normally i wouldn't have anything, but with 3-1/2 and 1-1/2 year old Grandsons who are addicted to the ipad, I have to have something.

    I really love the Power Support Crystal screen protector that I have on my iphone4, but it is not available yet for the ipad2, and I need the protection now.

    Bruce

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    Search the forum, lots of opinions on the subject. Personally I'm using the Zagg Invisible shield, installed by Best Buy, very satisfied.

    Sent from my iPad using iPF
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    I'm not using anything. IMO, the class on the iPad is durable enough. Im also afraid that the protector will orange peel or bubble. That would ruin the whole experience for me.
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    I use protectors from Screen Patronus ScreenPatronus, Screen protector - the difference is amazing.

    They go on dry, and are very clear. Since they didn't have the IP2 version available when mine came in, I took the one off my IP1 and put it on. Sure it covers the camera, but I don't use the camera. Said they will have the IP2 in about a week.
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    Personally, I like the seidio clear better than any zagg product (& I've used both extensively).

    The seidio goes on dry, is reusable & when carefully installed is totally invisible & feels exactly like a bare screen.

    I have the seidio on my DroidX also after trying the zagg for a week & hating it.


    ~John
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    The other one I really like is the steinheil, that & the seidio are almost identical & they are hands down the best you can get.

    Both of these are not cheap, but have no tacky feel or orange peel like the zagg & are so clear that people won't believe there is a protector installed.

    ~John
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    I'm thinking about the Moshi iVisor for iPad 2. No adhesive on the screen, only around the edges. Moshi claims it can be removed, washed and reinstalled. Also, it comes in white and black. So if you have a white iPad and want to change to black, it is easily done. Check out the details on the Moshi site.
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    I have a Phantom Skinz on my droid x and LOVE it. People don't realize it has a screen protector on it. I ordered one for my Ipad2, so when it gets here I'll let you know how I like it.

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