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PowerSupport Antiglare

Discussion in 'iPad Reviews' started by NateEssex, Oct 22, 2010.

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    I just installed the Powersupport Antiglare, and it's tough to get on with few dust particles udder the screen. If you can get it on without ruining it, it's a great product.
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    Is the screen protectecor crystal clear? I had an anti glare screen protector on my iPhone before but it wasn't made by power support. It made the screen look a bit fuzzy, is your screen fuzzy with that one on?
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    matte

    I wouldn't call it fuzzy, more like a slight fog ;) It does sacrifice some of the clearness but you gain the lack of smudges all over the screen. It's similar to the matte vs. glossy screens.
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    Have you tried using tape to remove the dust particles? It worked for me. I also have a Powersupport Antiglare screen protector.

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