09-14-2011 12:20 PM
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  1. DJive's Avatar
    Update. I ordered and have been using
    Amazon.com: Skinomi TechSkin - Screen Protector Shield for HTC Inspire 4G: Cell Phones & Accessories
    For a little over a month and love it. I was worried at first because like it is said for the first 72.. it really does look terrible like you messed it up however after that and forward it keeps looking better.

    I love the way it feels compared to a harder plastic skin and there is very little / the same reflection to the regular skin. I would suggest this skin to anyone.
    06-20-2011 03:01 PM
  2. TheCrazy88's Avatar
    I had the realook protectors and they do look great but after a wile I started to notice small scratches popping up as I had to clean the screen everyday because inspite of what the package says about them being fingerprint resistant they are fingerprint magnets. Now don't get me wrong its a great screen protector but I went through both of them and decided to get a different brand and went with the Skinomi and I must say its the best screen protector I have ever used. It's like the invisashield but no orange peel, its crystal clear, self healing and smooth to the touch. Your fingers slide across the screen with little to no resistance. I definitely recommend this screen protector. You can get on amazon for $5 or $6.
    07-02-2011 12:42 PM
  3. skiracer123's Avatar
    I'm selling a Seidio Ultimate Screen Guard for Inspire 4G or Desire HD. I originally bought the 2 pack package, but i won't be using the 2nd unused one. $6 shipped to you via USPS..... PM if interested:

    seidioonline.com
    08-20-2011 12:39 PM
  4. Qun Mang's Avatar
    My biggest problem with the screen is how easily it collects smudges. I am constantly wiping it clean, which doesn't work well without a microfiber cloth. Which of these protectors is really good at not collecting fingerprints? It already sounds like realook is out from post #27 above. Glare is also an issue as I am often using the phone outside, but it's not quite as important to me as the smudging issue.
    08-20-2011 11:38 PM
  5. blessedswine's Avatar
    Trying to find a scratch resistant screen protector for the Inspire that doesn't compromise clarity. I have a Zagg InvisibleShield, but it "clouds" the screen.
    i swear by the zagg invisible shields, i have had them on my N1, my HD2, my Iphone 3g and iphone 4, and now on my Inspire, they are great and easy to get on without any bubbles which is a pet peave of mine. Mine doesnt cloud the screen did you use the solution to apply it? i know if you dont it can look cloudy, or if you do and dont "squegee" it all the way it gets cloudy.
    08-25-2011 03:26 AM
  6. riseinside's Avatar
    I just installed the Zagg InvisibleShield protector on my phone. The first couple days I noticed a few impurities but they cleared up over time. I put it on crooked but it still covers the screen. Trying to force myself to not be bothered by that but its tough. So far I love it. Feels great. Doesn't look as clear as I would like with the screen off and looking at an angle....but when the screen turns on its very clear.
    09-14-2011 12:20 PM
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