Screen Protector from Power Support Usa now available

cmvsm

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Nov 12, 2004
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These are good ones. I've had one on my iPod Touch and no issues what so ever. There doesn't seem to be any tactile issues either.

Only problem I have is the $25 price tag. Man these companies are raking the profit in. Anyone have a discount coupon? :D
 

MadDog31

macrumors 6502a
May 20, 2007
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I'm going to pay close attention to this thread. I have one of those on my iPhone and have thoroughly enjoyed it...not in a way where I'm sitting there admiring the hell out of the anti-glare film, but I've enjoyed no fingerprints and no glare. Sure I wish I could go w/o one, and might still do so on the iPad, but if push comes to shove and I need one, I will probably choose this one.

Looking forward to some reviews in this thread, if possible.
 

orlandocano

macrumors regular
Apr 23, 2010
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Why?

I prefer the Steinheil AF over the PowerSupport for what its worth.
Any specific reason why?? I was actually going to place the order for the Steinheil simply because someone on another thread posted pics and it looked good! But then other people started talking about the powersupport and i wasnt sure anymore.
 

Furtim

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Jul 8, 2008
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Any specific reason why?? I was actually going to place the order for the Steinheil simply because someone on another thread posted pics and it looked good! But then other people started talking about the powersupport and i wasnt sure anymore.
In my opinion the Steinheil are clearer than the powersupport ones, but those were for the iPhone, I assume its the same way for the iPad.
 

Apple Expert

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Jan 31, 2010
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In my opinion the Steinheil are clearer than the powersupport ones, but those were for the iPhone, I assume its the same way for the iPad.
+1

I agree that Steinheil are clearer than PS. I installed a Steinheil on my girlfriend's iPad and she likes it. No more finger prints. :)
 

Pared

macrumors 65816
Oct 19, 2007
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It just came out today. I ordered one. Hopefuly it gets here by the time my ipad 3g gets here also. i'll take some picture.
Actually it has been out since Friday.

And another recommendation for the SGP Steinheil. I love the one I have and still prefer it over the PS on my iPhone. Just barely though.
 

john3478

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Mar 2, 2009
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+1

I agree that Steinheil are clearer than PS. I installed a Steinheil on my girlfriend's iPad and she likes it. No more finger prints. :)
opppsss. I already ordered one from PS. hmm... you need to told me earlier. :D. Anyway, someone need to compare between Steinheil and PS. I ordered PS because previously I am very very happy with the iPhone crystal one. So, hopefully, the anti glare one is not that bad.

update: After checking the website, seems like Steinheil does not have the anti glare one yet.
 

Furtim

macrumors member
Jul 8, 2008
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opppsss. I already ordered one from PS. hmm... you need to told me earlier. :D. Anyway, someone need to compare between Steinheil and PS. I ordered PS because previously I am very very happy with the iPhone crystal one. So, hopefully, the anti glare one is not that bad.

update: After checking the website, seems like Steinheil does not have the anti glare one yet.
They don't call it antiglare, but its this one http://www.sgpstore.com/product_info.php/cPath/23_36/products_id/1204
 

mizvalorie

macrumors regular
Mar 22, 2010
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I have the antiglare on the iphone and I LOVE it!!. I will NOT use my iphone without it. It cuts down on fingerprints and oils being left on the phone plus I love the feel of it under my fingers. It just seems to "grip" better than the glass.
 

sbl

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Apr 12, 2010
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Just got my powersupport anti-glare for ipad. I used SGP AF for my ipad before but I can't bear the blur effect (It seems there may be more than one version of SGP AF. Hope the blur effect on my ipad is the special case). I tear down and put powersupport anti-glare on. It's awesome (based on my 10 minutes usage on the new PS AG), even better than what I expected. It's hurt to tear down SGP AF because of the money I spent, but it's worth getting clear screen using PS AG.

It's much more tricky to install screen protector on ipad than iphone because the much larger screen area. Even though I have much experience of install screen protector, it takes much more time to do it perfectly on ipad. Powersupport has great tutorial videos for iphone version on their website, and I strongly recommend people to watch them before start to work. The only con of powersupport is that they only give me the screen protector but SGP provide cloths and lcd clean spray which is very helpful to clean previous smudge.
 

soco

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Dec 14, 2009
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Ok, so mine came in the mail today. I put it on in the cleanest environment possible but I still got some dust underneath.

It's stuck to the protector, so what do I do?
 

LouieSamman

macrumors 6502a
Jul 23, 2008
909
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Orlando, Florida
I got the Radtech clearcal anti-glare for iPad.

It should be here by tomorrow.

Did I shop for a screen protector too soon?

Are PowerSupport any different with the anti-glare or is it basically the same thing.
 

sbl

macrumors newbie
Apr 12, 2010
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Watch the tutorial videos for iphone on ps website. You may find the answer.
 

wiretapMD

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Jan 7, 2010
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Just got my powersupport anti-glare for ipad. I used SGP AF for my ipad before but I can't bear the blur effect (It seems there may be more than one version of SGP AF. Hope the blur effect on my ipad is the special case). I tear down and put powersupport anti-glare on. It's awesome (based on my 10 minutes usage on the new PS AG), even better than what I expected. It's hurt to tear down SGP AF because of the money I spent, but it's worth getting clear screen using PS AG.

It's much more tricky to install screen protector on ipad than iphone because the much larger screen area. Even though I have much experience of install screen protector, it takes much more time to do it perfectly on ipad. Powersupport has great tutorial videos for iphone version on their website, and I strongly recommend people to watch them before start to work. The only con of powersupport is that they only give me the screen protector but SGP provide cloths and lcd clean spray which is very helpful to clean previous smudge.
How is the anti-fingerprint characteristics?
 

GoCubsGo

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Feb 19, 2005
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I may have to try this. I went through the hassle installing the best skins ever one (with water) and it was a PITA. For the first time ever I have a bubble (on the black part of the screen). I've been using these on my devices for quite some time but this time around it was incredibly difficult to manage. I've also used the power support film. I think i need to see how the anti-glare fares in terms of actual visibility. I'd hate to cover this nice screen with haze.
 

mciarlo

macrumors 6502
Jan 7, 2008
318
10
New York City
Does anyone know how long the Power Support Crystal Films take to show up on Amazon? I would ideally like to use Brushes on a regular basis indoors and out, but don't want to risk scratches. I'd rather buy from Amazon than PS directly.
 
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