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Old 11-03-2009, 10:14 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

So apparently boxwave is out of stock... I thought they just got these in? Guess I have to wait
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Old 11-10-2009, 01:26 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

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Boxwave just released their ClearTouch Crystal and Anti-Glare screen protectors. They make quality stuff. I will likely get one of these soon.

http://www.boxwave.com

I just got the Imagio antiglare from Boxwave yesterday. Great fit and feel. Highly recommended!
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Old 11-11-2009, 12:06 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

I received and applied the full protection from BodyGuardz last night. I let it sit overnight and using it today. It looks really good and feels good. My only problem is one side of the screen protector has streaking. You don't really notice it unless the screen is on with a light background. Those of you who have used BodyGuardz, is this something that will go away? The left side of the screen is completely clear... hoping the right side ends up that way too.

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Old 11-11-2009, 05:51 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

Just got my anti-glare screen protectors from Boxwave on monday, and didn't have a chance to apply one until today... These things are amazing! Definitely worth the money.
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Old 11-11-2009, 08:05 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

I am really interested in the Boxwave protectors but not sure whether I should go with Anti-glare or with the Clear.

Any opinions one way or the other?

I don't work outside but live in AZ so the sun is always out...........
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Old 11-11-2009, 08:31 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

My opinion on Zagg Invisible Shield:

Had it on my Imagio for about a week now. I've previously used it on other (non touchscreen) devices before and liked it. On a touchscreen device, however, it's not as good. The screen protector is the same sticky material used on the body and the "sponginess" is really noticeable when sliding your finger across the screen. If you apply more than a light pressure while sliding, your finger sort of sticks or skips and gives ambiguous signals to the phone. The body cover has some tension in the corners and two of them are starting to lift. The material is very durable, but definitely not suited to sliding a finger across. I hope the Boxwave or other types are better as I'll be removing this as soon as I find a replacement.

I DO NOT recommend this product for our phones.
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Old 11-18-2009, 01:47 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

+1 for Boxwave, great protectors, solid material, fits great with just a tiny sliver of space between it and the bezel. Glides smooth, no orange peel, and super clear. I used the antiglare before on my XV6900 and it was great too, and it did cut down glare, but it will not help with sunlight fade. So if glare really bothers you go that way, but otherwise the crystal clear is superior for clarity and color.
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Old 11-18-2009, 01:59 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

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I received and applied the full protection from BodyGuardz last night. I let it sit overnight and using it today. It looks really good and feels good. My only problem is one side of the screen protector has streaking. You don't really notice it unless the screen is on with a light background. Those of you who have used BodyGuardz, is this something that will go away? The left side of the screen is completely clear... hoping the right side ends up that way too.

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have been using boydguardz for two weeks and it's been great. No streak whatsoever.
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Old 11-18-2009, 03:00 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

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I am really interested in the Boxwave protectors but not sure whether I should go with Anti-glare or with the Clear.

Any opinions one way or the other?

I don't work outside but live in AZ so the sun is always out...........

I had the antiglare on my previous phone and had a great experience with it. So I got that for the Imagio as well. It does distort the images a tiny amount, but you only notice it if you are looking for it. In addition, the antiglare protector itself is much less prone to scratches than the clear ones.
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Old 11-18-2009, 07:57 PM
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Re: HTC Imagio ''Screen Protector''

I just installed Clear Protector and the installation instructions were easy to follow and I got a great result. I'm hoping two tiny spots will settle out eventually but otherwise flawless. Slight reduction in glar, great tactile feel, zero loss of sensitivity as far as I can tell, and image is excellent. Can you tell I'm happy with the product?
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