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Zagg InvisibleSHIELD for Asus EEE Pad Transformer, Screen (ASUSTRANS)

3.0 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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Product Description

The invisibleSHIELD - ZAGG's customized, patented flagship product is tough. Created from a resilient film that was first used to protect U.S. Military helicopter blades from high-speed damage, the invisibleSHIELD is your personal electronics defender. This rugged film wraps around consumer electronics and keeps them functioning and looking great, just like the day they came out of the box. Featuring ZAGG's exclusive Nano-Memory technology, the invisibleSHIELD has unique properties that provide self healing qualities and unrivaled abrasion resistance. Scratch-Proof, patented film.

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Brand Name ZAGG
Item model number ASUSTRANS
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 0.5 x 7.8 x 9.7 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 0.5 x 7.75 x 9.7 inches
Color Screen only

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ASIN B005455PNS
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3.0 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,423 in Computers & Accessories > Tablet Accessories > Screen Protectors
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available June 2, 2011

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You definitely cant beat the protection this thing provides to your screen. It feels substantial, like youre putting a thick piece of rubber on your screen. I have used other screens before for my phones that are thin pieces of stiff plastic, not at all like this product. The only thing negative (and the reason it lost a star) is the installation. I had to order a second one because the first install went so poorly.

The provided instructions advise you to leave the plastic backing on the zagg until you have applied the protector to your screen. I found this impossible to do only because the zagg is so sticky to the paper backing that when you peel it off the plastic backing essentially removes itself from the zagg. The plastic backing im sure is meant to keep the product from flopping around during application. But once you put bubbles into the plastic backing there is no way you are going to be able to put it on your device straight. My advice is to remove both the paper AND plastic backing.

The problem with the installation is it requires you to handle the product and spray down the sticky side and the non-sticky side with a spray solution zagg provides (and by spray down I mean soak). Now it doesnt sound like it would be very difficult but the hard part is to actually apply this piece of plastic that is extremely flexible (since the plastic backing came off) and wants to bend in on itself and start sticking (which is what happened the first time). After you have thoroughly soaked the piece of film you have to try to line up the plastic correctly so you have some resemblance of a chance in hell to properly align the zagg on the device.
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when your tablet is several hundred dollars, don't go trying to find the cheapest screen protector. Buy from a Company that is known to offer quality products. ZAGG

The user was slightly discouraged when we applied this to his Asus, he didn't like how it took from the brightness quality of the screen and initially it looks weird.. I explained to him the weird look will go away in a day as the water needs to dry up (which it did and now looks VErY Smooth!), the brightness or overall screen "display-ness" does go down (a little) but i asked him what was worse, having the brightness down 5% or having a gash across the screen?!?

This is a thick rubbery screen protector that really does protect from harsher than normal wear.

Tie this in with a good case and your good to go. Since I started forcing my company to purchase Zaggs & nice cases, permanently damaged devices are down. Only 1 user thought he damaged his ipad, but we quickly discovered that the Zagg shield took the blunt of the attack and once removed the screen looked perfect. We were happy to spend another $30 for a new Zagg vs $499 for a new ipad :)
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I have used lote of different screen protectors for lots of different products. This was my first experience with a ZAGG product. The first thing I did having never used a ZAGG screen protector before was to actually read the instructions. After reading them twice I felt comfortable enough to put on the protector. The problems started right away. The protector itself was stuck too hard to the backing paper, causing the label side (which is supposed to be removed after the protector is installed) to peel right off. Even after that the protector did not want off the backing paper, causing me to have to mess up a corner to get it off, but it was sticking so much it ended up wrapping into itself as I fought it off the paper. Once I got it flattened out again and used the application spray I could already tell it was too late but I put it on anyway. After more fighting I finally got it installed, but it looks horrible and I will be removing it soon. This is one of the more expensive protectors I have seen and after how difficult it was to install I recommend trying something cheaper just in case.
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My sister tried putting this on my mothers pad and it ended up being a total disaster! This thing might be super strong and durable but until its actually fitted on the screen perfectly its just not worth the hassle or price. It literally almost glues on to the screen and it leaves traces once you try and peel back a bit to push down on the "bubbles".

I bought this from here wasted my 23 bucks and then ended up going to Best Buy paying 30$ plus tax and another 15$ for the Geek Squad to put it on but at least i didn't have 3 women all disappointed and upset all over again!
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I have to agree with the other reviewers who complained about the difficulty of installation. I own a cell phone, several GPS receivers and a Samsung tablet. On all of them I installed some sort of screen protection. Never have I experienced the severe stickiness of the adhesive of the Zagg protector. Yes, it will all too easily fold upon itself and then stick to itself while your one hand is pulling on the protector and the other pulls on the paper backing, Then you really have a tough time pulling it apart again because of ultra-sticky adhesive. If you take too long pulling it apart, then you need to add more "soapy solution" (provided) as it dries out, but where are you going to get the third hand? (And don't put it down as you are certain to pick up even the slightest amount of grit, dust or whatever -- then you have created an air bubble impossible to squeegee away.)

While untangling the protector from itself, I ended up slightly damaging the non-adhesive surface, so I just threw the whole mess away. As I was dubious how easy it might be to later remove the protector, and I was afraid to install it even slightly damaged and then be "stuck with it".

Phooey, unlike the other reviewer, I am not willing to invest in a new one. My suggestion, if you insist on buying this, is to have a friend help you -- four hands are necessary for this job.

For myself, I am looking into the BoxWave Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 ClearTouch Crystal Screen Protector. It's the Boxwave I have on my Samsung tablet.
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