New iPad screen protector?

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  1. paulvalerio

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    Yea they charged me 15 for my samsung vibrant when I got that, 15 when I went back for my samsung galaxy note, and 15 for my fathers iPad 2. They stated install was $15 and if I ever had to use the warranty through Zagg to replace, that i could bring it up to the store and have them reinstall free.
     
  2. Patrizia_NC

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    Of you purchased them there the install is free or should have been
     
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    I just installed the Zagg full body protector on my iPad3. I have to agree that the screen protector just makes the screen worse. I'm leaving the back protector but removing the one on the screen. One of the "sexy" things about the iPad is the feel of the screen under your fingers. This protector just feels awful!

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    Screen protectors: the monster cable of our day!
     
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    Did you install the original invisible shield or the Invisible shield HD?
     
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    The HD. I've left the back on though.

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    I think the iVisor AG is excellent. Its installation is a breeze since it only adheres around the edge so you don't have to fight bubbles, wrinkles and dust. It helps some with glare but the biggest advantage I see is virtually no fingerprints.
     
    #28 chazmink, Apr 10, 2012
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