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About the product
- Protects the screen from scratches
- Provides full touch screen sensitivity
- Easy to apply
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The next generation handheld PS Vita features a stunning 5” OLED touch screen. To protect it from the wear and tear of everyday use, CTA Digital introduces the Screen Protector Kit for PS Vita. The protective plastic film resists scratches, so you can enjoy the freedom of using your Vita without damaging the screen. The peace of mind that your PS Vita is protected makes the Screen Protector Kit a must have product. Kit includes: Screen protector film, Microfiber cleaning cloth and Soft applicator Card.
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When it did arrive, it was packaged in an unmarked zip lock bag and was bent at the corners, but not folded to the point where it was unusable. Unlike other PSV screen protectors, the CTA model only covers the actual display portion of the PSV. Not a major issue since it's the touch/visible portion of the console that people want to protect, but it doesn't blend in quite as well as full face protectors.
While the bends could be worked out, the adhesive side of the protector had some particles/dust on them, most on the edges, but one inside the edge that formed a decent bubble when the film was applied. This is the first time I've seen something like this after years of using screen protectors for GPS units, DS, iPhone, iPod, etc. By luck, the speck of dust or maybe plastic from when the sheets were cut at the factory was just on the border of the PSV display making it non visible when in use and with a fair amount of massaging the bubble was reduced to the point where the speck is barely visible. The 4 specks on the edges of the film can't be smoothed out since there's no way to form a vacuum seal on the edges leaving 4 spots on the edges where the film doesn't contact the display ("bubbles").
The surface of the film itself is on par with most screen protectors; it shouldn't scratch and produces minimal to no optical distortion compared to a bare display.
Bad QC in general here. Given the number of PSV screen protectors that are available, I just don't see how anyone could recommend this one unless it was free.
There's a good chance I'll end up replacing this one with a different kit (Cosmos: front and back 3x kit) from a different company before it even develops scratches.