Quote:> I've had it on now for a day. It's tricky to apply w/o creating
> air-bubbles and does dull the screen (or as they say, "cuts down glare").
> I feel it creates too much drag for the stylus. My wife, on the other
> hand, likes writing on it. I still use the post-it on the graffiti area.
We (the Piloteers in the suite) bought a pack to try 'em out.
After bunging the application of the first two (really bad,
let me tell you ;-) , we got them on reasonably "square". We
used a small amount of Windex spread on the screen with a
Q-tip to assist in "squeegee-ing" the thing onto the screen
with a credit card. After about two days of us, all of the
bubbles work themselves out, since WriteRight is "micro
perforated". We then applied tried-and-true Scotch 811
on top of this across the Graffitti area. A winning combo!
Quote:> I do feel more comfortable with it on and even boldly touch the screen
> with my fingers - it resists fingerprints.
I removed the WriteRight after a month or so of use, and
the condition of the screen below was -pristine-. It has
been pretty pleasant to use, all in all (the 811 *really*
helps on the Graffitti area).
This said, we are now purchasing a pack of GlassRites to
try out as well... never pass up the chance that a cheaper
solution might be better ($9.95 per pack).