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12-08-2010, 09:59 PM
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Are there any screen protectors that will not bubble up when applying? I dont want the screen to get scratched up, it is so nice, it is not like a separate monitor that can be replaced as easily. I work with photos & images so I need something that will not affect color or light judgment.

It seems most of the screen protectors out there are for glossy screens, I just want a clear one to give additional protection & wont make the screen shiny.
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Not that I am aware of, no.

Simply do what I do --- don't touch your monitor, or get it near anything else. If anybody touches it, then simply near-scream at them. "Don't touch my monitor!" is something I'm famous for saying if a hand gets within 6 inches of my screens, and I don't give exceptions for family, friends, women, clients, co-workers, etc -- nobody touches my monitors! Everybody learns quickly to use words, not fingers, when sitting with me at my equipment.

Sometimes it pisses people off, or even have them think you're part insane, but I truly do not care. I'd rather lose ____ (business, friends, etc) than have all of my expensive gear trashed by stupidity. A monitor is for looking at, not feeling up.

Works for me.

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