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screen protector. Yay or Nay?

26th December 2012, 07:49 AM |#21  
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How stupid can one be to not cut away the top right corner flap and use the original protector without hindering the experience?

Omg now I don't feel so cheap I did the same thing.. It works fine too. I'm not paying alot unless they make a Moshi or some type of bubble free one.

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27th December 2012, 06:17 AM |#22  
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How stupid can one be to not cut away the top right corner flap and use the original protector without hindering the experience?

I did this since day 1 release date. I have a few scratches. I am now considering this

http://www.dynaflousa.com/product_in...roducts_id=127

has anyone tried this on a nexus 10
27th December 2012, 08:04 AM |#23  
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How stupid can one be to not cut away the top right corner flap and use the original protector without hindering the experience?

i've done that for few days. Then i brace myself and take it out. Man, you might think that original protector don't bring the quality down and the screen is amazing, you are wrong. After i took it out, GOD THIS SCREEN IS TRULY AMAZING.
30th December 2012, 12:16 PM |#24  
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i've done that for few days. Then i brace myself and take it out. Man, you might think that original protector don't bring the quality down and the screen is amazing, you are wrong. After i took it out, GOD THIS SCREEN IS TRULY AMAZING.

I took my screen protector off this morning. The stylus is much more responsive. The screen is amazing! I was scared, and nervous; but I did it!
31st December 2012, 02:49 AM |#25  
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Careful, the screen does scratch easily. Sadly with a screen this big it is very hard to get it on right. First one by bse had bubbles i couldn't remove, and that is after installing at least 20 kits on various devices. The second was a skinomi and it is nasty rubbery like the xo skins type. Also, even though there are no bubbles, its very opaque compared to the bse protector i used. I want to put a cover on the screen but they make the screen ugly in a way that's not apparent on the phones that I've installed wet type protectors on.

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1st January 2013, 05:19 PM |#27  
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So there has been a few mentions of Crystalusion on this thread but I cant find anyone saying they have used it on their Nexus 10. Has anyone indeed used it and if so what are their initial impressions? I really want to protect my N10 but in my research about cases for it I have gotten then impression that the use of a case with it will only put you at risk of overheating and damaging your device? Is this true or am I reading into things too much?
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...I have gotten then impression that the use of a case with it will only put you at risk of overheating and damaging your device? Is this true or am I reading into things too much?

Well, it was known for a while now that the N10 will drop CPU frequency when it became too warm, but recent information actually shows that the CPU temperatures aren't "exact" (there is no CPU temp sensor; temps are generated based off an algorithm that is based on frequencies, time, and voltages). I don't really see a case having too much of an impact at all on overall temps, but idk.
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I'm rocking the Skinomi and I really like it. It is pretty much a Zagg HD for less than 10 bucks.
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Also using the skinomi and I like it a lot. It looked like crap right after I put it on, but the instructions said the streaks would go away. I was REALLY skeptical, but left it overnight and it looked great!

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