I have been using my iPad as an eReader, but I just jumped on the Office Depot sale for the Google Nexus 7 to use primarily for reading and was wondering how reflective the screen is? I do like to sit outside and read, and the reflections bother me when I am reading on my iPad, so I keep a matte screen protector on my iPad.
So I'm interested in this screen protector, as it offers edge to edge protection along with some other features I like:
Amazon.com: Skinomi TechSkin - LG Nexus 4 Screen Protector Ultra Clear Shield + Lifetime Warranty: Cell Phones & Accessories
However, as I'm in the UK its not available to me.
Just a question to those of you, I'm assuming most, who put a screen protector on your phone. I've been having troubles with the Nexus 5 screen protectors, specifically a matted protector from Ghost Armor, in which my common TPU case pushes up the corners of the protector rather severely.
I bought a used Samsung Galaxy Nexus to replace Nexus 4 disaster and so far very pleased with it feature and quality wise.
It didn't come with a protector and has a several really small scratches, with the biggest one right in the centre. It's really not the end of the world, but would putting a screen protector hide them?
The screen protector to the right of the front face camera is very annoying and I find it very hard to not accidentally roll it up from slipping it in my pocket and when I put a TPU case on it the edges of the screen protector are pushed and form bubbles which I can smooth out if I take the case off but it's still pretty annoying..
I really needed whatever was on the market as far as protection went when picking up the Nexus 6. The Chinese manufacturers were quick to jump on this device.
It gets the job done and in the viewing area of the screen it's perfect. All around the border, you can tell it's not adhering to the screen. So it is one of the worst glass screen protectors as far as that goes.