For the iPad? None. It's silly to add a screen protector to that beautiful screen.There's 2 kinds of screen protectors that I'm aware of. One is like InvisibleShield where you use a liquid to stick it on to the screen (more or less) and the other kind is a sticker. Which one do you guys prefer?
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Zip nada, none!
You don't need one. Had you done a search pbefore starting yet another thread dedicated to this moronic subject you would have known that now wouldn't you?
I'm going to answer the question asked. I like the cling/sticker type.There's 2 kinds of screen protectors that I'm aware of. One is like InvisibleShield where you use a liquid to stick it on to the screen (more or less) and the other kind is a sticker. Which one do you guys prefer?
I don't find this true with Phantomskinz. I've tried standard screen protectors, zagg, and BSE. I did not like Zagg, or BSE for touch screens because they have a tacky feel to it. Phantomskinz provides the same protection as Zagg, and BSE, but has a slick crystal clear surface that works great on touch screens (IMO).Never use the liquid screen protectors, they are way too thick and unclear and they are simply the worst to use as screen protectors, body protectors yes. For that you need a simple screen protector with static. i.e powersupport
I have used the PowerSupport Screen protectors for my 1st gen iPhone and when I got my 3GS last summer I put one on that as well, I barely remember its on their and provides just a little more protection and it doesn't bother me when I use it.PowerSupport are the best screen protectors.