Keyboard Protector's effects on display?

Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by pigwings6, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. pigwings6 macrumors newbie

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    Hey guys, new switcher here (Loving every minute of it). Since I dropped a good chunk of change on this computer I've been doing everything I can to try and keep it in pristine condition.

    I purchased both http://isisdei.com/list.php?class=jimmies and http://www.marware.com/PRODUCTS/MacBook-Pro/Protection-Pack-for-MacBook-Pro . What I'm wondering is if the combination of the silicon key protector and the slip of cloth from the protection pack will put too much pressure on the screen while it's closed. Or even if 1 of the will put too much pressure. It feels pretty tight when I closed it with both, so currently I just have the silicon key protector on there when it's closed.

    If both of them will put too much pressure on my screen, will the keyboard protector be enough to keep my screen clean?
     
  2. Digital Skunk macrumors 604

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    You shouldn't use both since it will put too much pressure on the display.

    The key cover is meant to keep dust out of the keyboard and keep it clean, while the cloth is for keeping grease from keys off display. The sad part is that the key cover will put grease on display most of the time.

    You might just have to choose between using the key cover once the book is opened, then put the cloth back on when you close it (and take the key cover off at that time).
     

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