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Old 10-06-2010, 12:04 PM   #5
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This seems a good thread to place this in - I hope you don't mind, d47 - if you do, , I will edit out my post.

I am not a speed reader but after hearing how delicate the screens on eReaders are, just wondering if a screen protector is a sensible thing to get. Obviously it won't protect against breakage, but anything that prevents scratches seems like a good thing.

Do folks here use a screen protector for their Kindle (or other eReader)? If so, what brand is recommended? What brand did you get for your DX, d47? For those that do use one with their Kindle 3, does it cut down on the readability of the Pearl screen?

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