Originally Posted by fortunz
I used halo, got them off amazon. They are dry, and don't cover the curved portion of the glass, but the cutouts are perfect and cause no sensor issues, about $6 shipped for 3, IIRC. They seem to be as durable as the boxwaves and clairvues that I used on past devices that were more expensive.
I would second this... Halo screen protectors are really good for the price. Some users report issues with them lifting on the edges where it curves but I have not seen this. Very clear, good touch response, and don't interfere with any sensors.
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