You enjoy seeing reflections on your screen?dylan said:Do you have a MacBook? If you don't and your planning on getting one the glare really isn't that big of a deal. I actually like the reflections on the screen.
Have you actually seen the MB's screen in person? Because it is definitely not the same as pc glossy screens, and isn't as harsch on your eyes.marchcapital said:I would like to buy a macbook, but i hate the glossy screen. my father has a pc with a glossy screen and i cant be on it for more then 10 minutes without getting headache i sold my ibook with macbook anticipation; so now im stuck with a dell desktop
ya i have. im really picky about reflections on my screen. although, heat and noise dont bother me at all.dextertangocci said:Have you actually seen the MB's screen in person? Because it is definitely not the same as pc glossy screens, and isn't as harsch on your eyes.
im not trying to argue. i just want to find a solution to the problem. if i had an antiglare film for the macbook id be as happy as a pig in ****.storage said:Why does everybody argue whether it's good or bad? Some people will find it good, and some will find it bad, as with everything.
Personally, I was sceptical at first, but yesterday I went to a local store and tried it out. I didn't even think of the glare until I left the store, so I don't think it's an issue, at least not for me.