Screen Protectors for PowerBook

Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by jeffcorbets, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. jeffcorbets macrumors newbie

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    Hi,

    So I received my brand-new PowerBook on Monday and I love it. I have a few accessories (wireless mouse, Stucano sleeve, etc.), but now I am concerned about protecting the beautiful screen...

    After looking at a couple of sites, it seems I have two options:
    1. Macally's Plastic Screen Protectors
    2. Radtechs keyboard/screen felt...

    Can anyone who has experience with either product give their likes and dislikes? Is one product significantly better than the other?

    Thanks,
    ~Jeff Corbets
     
  2. ITASOR macrumors 601

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    Just took a look at the MacAlly screen protectors to see if I've seen them before and they look quite interesting. I'm interested if anyone here is using one as well. Looks really good, especially for eliminating keyboard marks. I wonder if it does anything to the color of the screen or if you can get it on without air bubbles (probably since it's static cling.).
     
  3. g0gie macrumors regular

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    I actually use both of those. THe screen protector is very nice, and for osme reason makes the display look a LOT sharper. The keybaord cover from radtech is also nice as well, but the lettering on the top fades wtih use. Both are great IMHO, i've been using them for about 2 years. A hint tho if you get the mcalley is that when you apply it, take the time to line it up erfectly the first time- it will loose its stickness and static the more times you try... but the macally pack does come with 3 so... yeah. nonetheless I would definantlyl invest in them
     

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