- 11-18-2009, 02:20 PM #2
Thanks for the heads up. I'm still on the fence as to skin or leave it naked.
Sometimes, the Droid's screen is almost a little too sensitive, and it detects an unintentional keypress because I happened to lightly brush my finger against the screen, so I'd like to know if the skin decreases the sensitivity of the capacitive touchscreen at all.
Thanks.a little obsessive...
- 11-19-2009, 12:38 AM #3
- 11-19-2009, 08:59 AM #4
- 17 Posts
I went to a mall that had an Invisible Shield kiosk. The guy there was very nice, and had a scrap of their shield and put it on the phone as a temporary thing just so I could see if it made any difference. For me, the phone responded pretty much exactly the same with our without the invisible shield, but the shield did resist fingerprints better. So I went for it and have been happy with the shield.
Mostly just posting as if you can find a Invisible Shield kiosk and are on the fence, it worked for me just to ask if they have a scrap that you can sample on your screen and see for yourself how it works. I have a suspicion that the answer may change from person to person after reading several threads on the topic.
- 11-19-2009, 05:17 PM #5
- 90 Posts
I have an IS now... got it today.. good folks a BB put it on for me... +1 to resist fingerprints... I would still rather have an anti-glare screen protector.. but this is better than nothing.
I will say that adding a screen protector has really taken my oversensitive touchscreen to almost "just right"..
Let us know how the BSE works out!
- 11-19-2009, 05:24 PM #6
I like the Anti-glare protector they make for the Iphone/Ipod Touch. Wish they would make one for the Droid.