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    Nexxus Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy S i9000 / Triple Pack i have these got them from play very good...

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    Just got this > http://www.sgpstore.com/product_info...oducts_id/1496

    Took some time to install it, for me its good, however the SP took 1 week to get to me.. and after applying the SP on the screen, some of the edges of the SP do not stick onto the phone, probably the adhesive has worn out by the heat, or I probably caused it to be like that as I was trying to re-apply it a few times. Overall, im satisfied as it does come with a camera protector which is the main reason why i bought it.. The other SP's in the market do not have such a thing like what SGP does.

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    I recently bought iSheildz for my SGS2. I was quite disappointed as it acted like a magnifier. I could see pixels, faint lines, etc. In other words, it my screen was not as "HD" as it was without the ishieldz. If you're picky about your screens appearance, resolution, and can see details/imperfection, I'd highly discourage using ishieldz. I ended up using WriteRight from Fellows as a temp solution until I can find a better solutions. WriteRight can be little reflective, difficult to get rid of bubble, etc., but I found that it doesn't mess with my screens resolution. I used zagg for my iPad and can't say I'm too happy with that brand either.....I guess the search continues.

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    I have Anti-Glare UV coating provides for maximum reflection deflection and stop scratches and fingerprints with this premium quality product, but I have this from an online shopping site in USA.

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