SGP screen protector,, which one?

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  1. www719

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    It's been my experience that a screen protector is a screen protector. Unless it's matte or mirror, it is going to be EXTREMELY similar to any other one on the market.
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    oh well.. then i should keep using my BSE :S
    thanks for the reply.
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    No, those would be different from BSE, InvisibleShield, or whatever.

    They would be smoother, but I think the oleophobic and the anti-fingerprint one's will reduce the screen's brightness. They would be easier to control though.

    I'd say get the anti-fingerprint one.
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    Oleophobic sounds like the best to me
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    I would also recommend the oleophobic.
    You can read everywhere that it's the best compromise.
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    oleophobic scratches easily.
    Ultra crystal leaves fingerprints.
    anti-fingerprints effects on retina display..
    :S

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