Screen Protector

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Are you paranoid that your shiny new iPhone 4's display will get a nasty scratch on it? Maybe you've thought about protecting it with a case, but didn't want to deal with the bulk? Or you might have considered a screen protector but installing it seemed a little intimidating. I'm not really paranoid about scratches, [...]

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Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews

If you're looking for a way to protect your iPhone without increasing its size and weight, check out the Invisible Shield. It has been  specifically designed to protect every inch of the iPhone while maintaining the original look. The shield is a clear film that is cut to the exact dimensions of the phone. It [...]

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The Wrapsol protection system is a family of products that strive to wrap your various devices in a sheath of protecting film. They sent me a pile of systems, and I tried the Android G1, iPod Touch, and Sony PSP systems for this review. Essentially the system is the same for any supported device, but [...]

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Posted in: Android related, Gaming Gear

Those of you who try their utmost to keep their electronics in nice/pristine/perfect
condition should consider a LappyMat
screen protector
for your laptop. They are designed to protect your laptop
screen from the keyboard while traveling. I grant you most laptop manufactures
engineer their laptops to avoid the keyboard touching or scratching the screen,
but things happen. The LappyMats are a reasonably priced accessory designed
to reduce that risk.

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Posted in: Laptops and Gear

Last weekend I went a bit out of control and purchased a 17" Macbook Pro replacing my three year old 15" Powerbook. The screen of my old Powerbook has been somewhat marred by the iSkin keyboard cover I have used since day one. The marks on the screen are only noticeable when the screen is off, so I decided not to use an iSkin again. Having learned my lesson, I wanted true screen protection for the incredibly vivid screen. A few months ago MacWorld mentioned Power Support as having one of the best screen protectors out there. So, the day I bought my laptop I ordered Power Support's Crystal Film for the 17" Macbook Pro.

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Posted in: Laptops and Gear

One of the first things I did after getting the HTC Apache / Sprint PPC-6700 was to start looking for accessories, but it has not been easy. As has been the case every time a new device has come to market, there was a bit of a time lag between acquiring the device and acquiring [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Protecting the gorgeous display on the Sony Playstation Portable is a big deal to owners of this popular handheld gaming device. Besides housing the PSP in a case when it is not in use, you also have to consider some type of protection when you're actually playing games on it. Brando has a simple product [...]

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Posted in: Gaming Gear

The Samsung SPH-i500 is a unique PDA phone in that it uses not one, but two screens for display and data entry. BoxWave is the only company I am aware of that takes into account both of these screens in their line of protectors. Today I will take a look at their ClearTouch Crystal for [...]

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Proclip Belt Clip Holster (Horizontal and Vertical) for Treo 650 (Proclip item number 229012) vs. Seidio Shield Holster for Treo 650 I purchased two clips to hold my new GSM Treo 650 on my belt. Since the Treo 650 is bigger than my old phone, I purchased the horizontal version of the Proclip. The Seidio [...]

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Product Requirements: Device: Fossil Wrist PDA After Julie and I returned from CES, I was very excited about getting my hands on a Fossil Palm Powered Wrist PDA. One of the first things I realized upon its receipt was that if ever there was a solid case for screen protection, this huge watch with the [...]

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Product Requirements: Device: Just about any portable electronic device with a TFT screen, but will not adhere to LCD screens Back in the early days of PDAs, there really wasn't much one could do to keep from scratching their touch screen. The average user would buy a PDA that would come with some sort of [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Product Requirements: Devices listed here Covertec makes some of the nicest mid-range cases I have ever reviewed, and I am pleased to see them entering the screen protector arena. This week, I have been testing out their new Ultra Clear Screen Protector for the iPAQ hx4700. I am happy to announce that they are making [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Product Requirements: Available for these devices I am really glad that screen protector manufacturers are coming out with more of the crystal clear versions that don't use a tacky adhesive and that have extremely long service lives. The latest of this new generation of screen protectors is the BoxWave ClearTouch Crystal Screen Protector. Similarly made [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Product Requirements: One of the PDAs or Tablet PCs listed on this page The large gorgeous screen on the new iPAQ hx4700 was one of the biggest deciding factors for my purchase. For the first couple of days after I received the PDA, I did not have a screen protector installed. Every time I went [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Product Requirements: Any of the PDAs, Cell Phones or Digital Cameras listed here Most of you know by now that my favorite protectors are the ultra clear ones - the type that look and feel like a naked PDA's screen when installed. One of Julie's and my favorite vendors, Brando Workshop, has recently come out [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Product Requirements: Any PDA listed here It would appear that the sticky adhesive screen protectors of yesterday, the ones that had to be changed every month (if not earlier) and left a tacky residue when removed, are finally going the way of the dinosaur - and that is a very good thing. Nowadays, all screen [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Product Requirements: Any PDA listed here As I have previously mentioned on numerous occasions, I prefer to use a screen protector that is extremely clear and has a glass like writing surface. To date, I have only found two that offered what I felt was the best in class - the G2 (a non-adhesive protector) [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Product Requirements: Device: Sony CLIE TH55 The Sony CLIE TH55 hasn't been out very long at all, and already we have several options to customize it. From leather cases, to plastic plugs that fill the voids left at the top of the CLIE when the flip cover is removed. Another way to customize your TH55, [...]

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Product Requirements: HP iPAQ 19xx series PDA For those of you that like to have your HP iPAQ 1900 right where you can easily get to it, namely on your bat-belt, iProducts has an iHolster for you. Composed of heavy duty black textured plastic, the iHolster does double duty as both a belt clip and [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone

Product Requirements: Complete list of compatible PDAs here Just when I thought I had seen it all, at least in the area of screen protection, a box with several samples of the Martin Fields Overlay Plus Screen Protector showed up at my door. There was nothing in the product packaging to let me know that [...]

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Posted in: Windows Phone