Tablet screens, whether made of super-tough glass or durable plastic, are still prone to oily fingerprints and scratches from keys and other sharp items. A screen protector may be thin, but it can provide a smooth bubble-free layer between the user and the touchscreen surface. Given below are a few things to look for when buying a screen protector.
Extreme screen protection
The highest quality screen protector films come with up to five tissue-thin layers preserving screen sensitivity while providing best-in-class scratch protection. A protective liner shields the glass, followed by a clear silicone adhesive for the rest. This is topped by PET film, which has high mechanical strength but is also easy to install. This film is coated by a scratch-resistant layer and a final clear coating enhancing HD screen performance.
Getting rid of interfering reflections
In conditions with a lot of light, such as outdoors on a sunny day, tablet users might find it challenging to focus on the screen as the light reflects off it and into the users' eyes. If they keep their brightness low, as is recommended for optimal sleep hygiene, and avoid eye strain, making anything out on the tablet screen can be quite impossible. An anti-glare screen protector makes the tablet more comfortable to use in broad daylight and can reduce strained eyes from trying to make out poorly-lit details.
Different textures and approaches
Some screen protectors are made of glass, which is highly responsive and can be made oleophobic for complete protection from greasy fingerprints. Others impart a different texture to the tablet--for example, it may give a papery texture to tablet surfaces where they are equipped with a pen. This provides a natural sort of friction, much like that of a conventional pencil against paper, making it easier to draw.
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