Power Support Crystal or SGP Ultra Optics for ipad3?

amrogers3

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Jun 12, 2011
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Which would you recommend? I don't like matte screens so I need something to put over the iPad display.

1) Which one reduces clarity the least?
 

docprego

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Jun 12, 2007
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Crystal will definitely reduce quality least. It will however show a lot of fingerprints and smudges. I just installed the Ultra Optics on my iPad 3 and am very pleased with it. It reduces screen quality a very small amount but reduces fingerprints a very large amount.
 

docprego

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Jun 12, 2007
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Have you tried both the PS and SGP on the iPad 3?
I currently have the Ultra Optics on my iPad 3. I had the PS Crystal on my iPhone 4S recently. PSC is clearer but UO resists fingerprints MUCH better and is fairly clear for an anti fingerprint screen protector.
 

sarcosis

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Apr 25, 2006
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I've got the power support crystal on my iPad and love it. You do get some finger prints, but they are not that noticeable compared a anti glare quality reduction.
 

tandeh

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Dec 22, 2009
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Martin fields overlay plus, got it for around £18 and actually improves the retina screen it's that clear and lets in more light than a window
 

Giuly

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If you want something that really keeps the clarity of the iPad, try the Spigen SGP glas.t. You're pretty much glueing an ultra thin piece of glass onto the screen, which in turn is as clear and feels like - you guessed it - glass.

If you want a more traditional screen protector, though, I'm really pleased with the clarity of the Spigen SGP Ultra Crystal, I actually put it on both my iPhone and iPad.
 
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