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    LCD Protector

    Anyone bothering to use an LCD protector on their digital backs? If yes, any recommendations on glass vs. plastic or brands?

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    Re: LCD Protector

    I've used ScreenPatronus plastic overlays. They seem to last a long time, are unobtrusive, and are quite inexpensive.

    See this thread: http://www.getdpi.com/forum/medium-f...een-cover.html
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    Thanks - I will give this a try.

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    Re: LCD Protector

    +1 to screen patronus. Bit tricky to get on clean without a spot of dust but very durable.

    Paul

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    Re: LCD Protector

    My long deceased father once told me upon the purchase of a new car: "When you pick it up, hit it with a hammer immediately. That way you will avoid all the angst associated with trying to protect it from even minor damage."

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