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Old 10-28-2012, 09:17 AM   #3
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Glare Shield for Kindle Fire

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Originally Posted by Doc109 View Post
Sirmaru: would you be so kind as to mention which anti-glare shield you liked for the 1st gen Fire? I am considering trying such a product since I am not sold on upgrading to the HD quite yet.
This is the REPLACEMENT for the one I got for the Kindle Fire 1st Gen:

http://www.amazon.com/GreatShield-An...or+kindle+fire

The original is no longer available.

This is the manufacturer's warning for the same product for the Kindle Fire HD 7":

"PLEASE NOTE: Matte material protectors do produce a slight pixellation of the screen, as this is the natural effect created by the Matte (anti-glare) frosted texture. It is simply an unavoidable 'Law of Physics'. You will see this pixellation on all anti-glare screen protectors from all brands (many of which are noticeably more extreme than ours)."

Thus, I am not buying that for my HD unit. I am using it without a protector.

I use this product to clean my screens, monitors and TV's:

http://www.amazon.com/PixelClean-Wet...rds=pixelclean

Last edited by sirmaru; 10-28-2012 at 09:21 AM.
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