GreatShield Ultra Anti-Glare Matte Clear Screen Protector Film for Motorola XOOM Tablet 3 Pack
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- 3 X Anti-glare clear screen Protector for Motorola XOOM Tablet
- Can be removed and washed for reuse, leaves no residue!
- Perfect fit: precisely engineered to fit your device perfectly
- Includes: GreatShield Screen Protector (3-Pack), Micro fiber cleaning cloth.
- Material: 3-layer PET film from Japan
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Protect your favorite gadgets with a screen protector! Guards against scratches, smears, dust and dirt, and keeps your LCD screen in perfect condition. This LCD Screen Protector provides a full coverage from dust and scratches. Screen protectors provide crystal-clear visibility and do not interfere with touch-screen operation. Fits the Motorola XOOM Tablet screen. Easy to apply and can be removed and washed for reuse, without leaving residue behind!
Includes: 3 Pieces Anti-glare Motorola XOOM Tablet Screen Protector
PLEASE NOTE: Matte material protectors do produce a slight pixellation of the screen, as this is the natural effect created by the Matte (anti-glare) frosted texture. It is simply an unavoidable 'Law of Physics'. You will see this pixellation on all anti-glare screen protectors from all brands (many of which are noticeably more extreme than ours).
If you require a perfectly 'crystal clear' screen to enjoy the device's screen to its full extent, we strongly recommend purchasing our (glossy surface textured) Crystal Clear edition instead (B00513H3D8)
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Simply put, these are cheap in price, quality in build and do exactly what you want them to do:
- Keep fingerprints off of one of the most fingerprint friendly devices
- Virtually eliminate glare on one of the most glare friendly devices
Yes, it isn't the same as looking at the screen w/o the protector but if yours was anything like mine, the lack of fingerprints and glare even with a little graininess is much better than the "naked" viewing experience. You also have to take cleaning off the screen seriously as the smallest dust spec will result in a bubble. This isn't difficult, you just have to be careful. I also find the application much easier than the typical adhesive spray.
As an extra bonus, my buddy with a netbook had some issues with glare and a few snips off of the left over screen protector I had and now he has a glare free netbook!
Scrub the screen spotless w/ water and light soap. Then, in as dustless of a room as possible, put one drop of ammonia-free glass cleaner on the screen and buff it with a new coffee filter (Tip: coffee filters are virtually lint free, poorly absorbent but perfect for low-lint cleaning and buffing needs). When you've buffed it to a dry mirror shine, follow the directions and apply it slowly. If you apply it properly you should barely need the bubble-card at all. Even a speck of dust or single hair will ruin your pretty work, so if you have pets, do it somewhere else.
Good luck! It's a good product, this sort of thing is just very touchy and easy to mess up, so take it slow and patient, and don't get frustrated if you mess up.
Oh, and be sure it is aligned vertically! There's a cut-out for the camera lens, and while putting it on upside-down won't hurt it, its easy to forget. These are not truly re-applyable, as you'd need a clean room and a moon suit to get the dust off of the sticky side.
Install was easy. I laid a piece of tin foil on the bathroom counter and turned the shower on hot to steam up the room a little. The foil was to provide a static free surface to work on,while the steam in the room makes any lint in the air get heavy and fall...so the air is clean also.
Now lay out the tablet, screen protector, cleaning cloth, and Scot tape on the foil. Clean the tablet screen as beast as possible and wipe off the outside edges of the tablet as well, or static can pull lint from there during installation. Before removing either layer from the screen protector, lay it on the tablet and line it up exactly as you'd like it to be when your finished. Then use the scotch tape to tape it to the tablet on the side side which has the protectors pull tabs. (The red one faces down). This locks in the alignment, so you don't have to sorry about it. Now I fold the protector over along the tape so that its laying beside the tablet, (but still taped on) and wipe off the screen protector on both sides and double check the tablet that the screen is still perfectly clean.
Finally, carefully wile trying not to touch the glass, pull the red tab...and lower cover from the screen protector until its about a third the way and bend it slightly, so that it 'rolls' onto the tablet as you continue to remove the backing. Once you have the backing removed all the way, give it a few seconds to settle onto the screen. Now before removing the top cover, use the little card in the kit to slowly push any bubble out. Once the bubble are out, you can carefully lift the scotch tape from the tablet only, then grab the black factory pull tab and begin to remove the outer cover from the protector. When doing this, I pull only a couple mm up and then hold the corner of the protector down while I finish. Pulling it at as steep of angle as possible will help keep it from lifting the protector any higher than necessary.... An air bubble will follow the outer cover as its removed, but it should completely collapse on itself as you go along as well.
Now it should be on there looking great, perfectly aligned, with no bubbles at all. If you do get a piece of lint under it, you can remove it with some more tape as long as they are near the edge. Just put a piece of tape on the protector to make a pull tab, and then slide another piece of table under there to pick it up with. Don't lift the protector up any higher than you must though, because its easy to end up with pieces of crap stuck under it after trying to remove one.