Incase Slider Questions

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  1. nbluedevils

    nbluedevils New Member

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    I am planning on getting an incase slider, but I have some questions before I lay down $35 bucks on this thing:

    1. Does the case let dirt accumulate on the sides of the display like the Incase Protective cover?

    2. Does this case scratch easily?

    3. Is it worth buying this with the Power Support Film? (I find the screen to be pretty scratch resistant, and I don't really want to pay an extra $15 on top of the $35 for the case)

    I would really appreciate some answers from people who have the case. Thanks

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  2. dualcorex

    dualcorex New Member

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    1. I have only had it for a few hours but so far no dust.
    2. ditto
    3. I would buy the screen protector for extra protection. plus it doesnt pick up fingerprints which i really like.
  3. Shariqqqqq

    Shariqqqqq New Member

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    Yea I would buy the screen protecter just for the fact that it doesn't pick up fingerprints, cleaning the screen is a pain.
  4. eyezack87

    eyezack87 New Member

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    1. nope
    2. All cases scratch. If you don't slide it across tables and crap then micro scratches are the only ones. But they can be polished out

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    3. I do since it fits perfectly. More protection means less of a chance to scratch. Might as well invest in extra protection

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  5. ojstagg1

    ojstagg1 New Member

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    good questions

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