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The best Ipad mirrored protector I've used to date
on 4 May 2012
I've tried a number of mirrored protectors over the last few months from the cheapest to the most expensive.
I've been so impressed after using this screen protector over the last 24 hours that I've ordered a couple additional as spares. It is the first screen protector, mirrored or clear, that I've managed to install with a minimum of bubbles.
It is thinner than other mirrored protectors I've tried in the past, and allows more light through. It looks simply gorgeous when the Ipad's screen is viewed under artificial light with the brightness set to around 60%. The protector appears as a light sheen "floating" on the iPad's screen. There is virtual no "rainbow effect" when viewing the screen directly though there is minor distortion depending on how far you tilt. Other than that I found no obvious degradation to the quality of my iPad 3's display.
As with all mirrored screen protectors you will need to turn up the brightness - I found around 60% optimal for general indoor use. Be warned though that you may struggle to see the iPad's display in very bright sunlight. In general I would recommend that you not use a mirrored protector if you plan to use your iPad mostly outdoors.
Finally, in common with all mirrored protectors, it is a fingerprint magnet! Be prepared to clean it often with a microfibre cloth.
One slight detraction is that I found it somewhat difficult to write on with a stylus. The more expensive atFoliX FX-Mirror product definitely trumps it in this regard.
Overall I still believe it deserves 5 stars.