• COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
  • COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
  • COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
  • COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
  • COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
  • COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9
COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9

COOSKIN 15.6-inch Matte Anti-Glare Screen Protector Guard for Laptop Dispaly 16:9

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  • Professional Custom:This Anti glare laptop screen protector is used for 16:9 (345mm*194mm) display
  • Anti-glare:The Matte surface can effectively reduce the glare from fluorescent and sun light to allow easy viewing and reducing the burden on your eyes.
  • Anti-Scratch & Anti-Fingerprints:With 4H hardness and special treatment,the protector is with superior performance to prevent scratch and fingerprints.
  • Electrostatic Adsorption (Non-glue):Self-adhering film attaches itself to the screen. No residue leaves on your LCD display when you remove it.
  • Contents: Quality Films (1-pack) Scraping Card,New Microfiber Cleaning Cloths,Dust Removal Sticker,Guide sticker,Alcohol cloth,HD sample

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GOOD Anti-Glare Screen Protector, But Difficult to Install and Grainy Screen! PROS: Anti-Glare works well to reduce reflection, glare, and light substantially, making it easier to look at the screen Minimizes fingerprints Wipes dust and smudges off easily No affect on my touch-screen Provided with a big, blue dust sticker to remove dust prior to installation Good price compared to other screen protectorsCONS: Some gaps between the screen protector and the screen on my Dell Inspiron 15.6" laptop, so not a perfect fit Very difficult to install without some dust getting stick underneath the protector If dust is stuck underneath, it is difficult to peel off and remove the dust without damaging the screen protector or attracting more dust Screen protector reduced screen quality, making screen graining as can be seen in last picture Alignment needs to be just right the first time, otherwise it will not fit properly even though there were some gaps on my screen 3COOSKIN makes the best anti-glare protectors. COOSKIN makes the BEST anti-glare screen protectors. I have bought two of these for two different computers. Yes, they take about 15 minutes to install and a lot of patience - all screen protectors do. It's not easy. Not everyone can do it. But if you really take the time and be careful you can install it and these work GREAT. I used to get headaches from screen glare and this helped so much. Does it make it a little blurry, well I wouldn't say "blurry" but yes, it changes the look - that's what anti-glare has to do.If you have never installed a screen protector then I suggest you order 2 or 3 as it takes some getting used to. But now I can install them the first time every time, but I've put them on about 10 phones, tablets and computers. Cooskin is by far the best, comes with everything you need - even a little sample piece so you can get used to the process.In short, you clean the screen REALLY WELL with the supplied alcohol pad. Then, wipe it clean and lint free with supplied fabric. Then, take the little blue positioning stickers and stick them on the top side, by the #2 sticker so you have more areas to hold onto without touching the sticky side. Next, remove the coating on one side (it is labled #1) to reveal the sticky. Starting at one long edge of your screen put it in place, carefully smoothing it out with the credit card like burnishing tool they give you. If you get a bubble pull back a bit and go again. If you get lint you use the little blue sticker to pull the lint off the STICKY side (push sticker stickey to screen protector sticky and it grabs the lint). Keep doing this, slowly, until you are done. When I'm done there may be one or two very small bubbles or lint, but the glare protection usually makes them unnoticeable once you turn on the computer.This one fit my 15.6 inch Dell perfectly. In the past I bought one for my HP and it was great too. Love them! Those negative reviews are people who don't know how to really take their time and do it right. If you aren't technically inclined then ask a technical friend to do it, because it is not easy, but the result has totally taken away my screen glare headaches (I work on the PC 10 hours a day, so it was an issue). Good luck! 5This is a great product, do not discount just because people do not read or understand directions I hope my review will cover all the doubters out there.....I have a Lenovo Z400 IdeaPad touch screen. After doing my research I decided on the COOSKIN 15.6 inch Anti-Glare Screen Protector. I knew full well that my screen was 13.58 x 9.6 x 1.14 and COOSKIN clearly explains with a graphic that their screen protector protects 13.58 x 7.64 with a Monitor size being 15.6 in., monitors and TV's are always measured in their description on the diagonal. I knew my screen had about a 1/2 in. border around the actual screen (actual screen size is 12 x 7).If anyone has the Z400 touch they will know it is like glass, lots of fingerprints. I could not use my laptop anywhere near a window or outside, useless. I did upgrade this laptop to Windows 10 (they advise not to on this model) and there is a screen issue with brightness, Lenovo will not fix it. That means we have no control over our brightness, it stays at 50%, my laptop became more useless. I decided to get the Anti-Glare for these reasons, brightness issue, glare and fingerprints. COOSKIN did say that this protector does work with touch screen, I was skeptical, but it was cheaper then a new laptop, so I purchased, $12.95 vs. $1000.This item came in a very sturdy cardboard protective package, everything was sealed, clean and protected. No cracks, no creases, they even included a small sample you can test before trying the screen. (see pictures).I followed the directions, made perfect sense to me. I did have to clip one side (right) with a paper cutter TO MAKE IT FIT MY SCREEN. I laid my laptop on a table with the monitor laying flat. I propped the keyboard up against something for stability. I laid the anti-glare over the monitor with #1 INSIDE facing down, but before I did that I pulled back the plastic protector (cellophane) from the #1 INSIDE back about 4 inches. I laid that four inches down (left side) on my very very clean, dust free monitor with my left hand and with my right I was holding the cellophane underneath the anti-glare, both hands were stabilizing the anti-glare screen (this allowed me to use both my hands) so I can slowly pull the cellophane from under, with my right hand, while scrapping the screen with the blue plastic scratch card, with my left. If a bubble appeared I would just gently pick up the anti-glare and lay it down again while scraping the card. As soon as that section looked good I would pull some more of the cellophane from under the anti-glare and work that down until I got to the (right) edge, pulled the rest of the plastic cellophane off and "Wha La" it 's done (yes, sometimes I would switch hands so my right hand could work on the bubbles while my left hand was holding the screen in the air). After you get the screen on, peel off the #2 OUTSIDE cellophane and use your scratch card to get out any little bubbles you see hanging around.I have been using this anti-glare screen on my touch monitor for about a month and it works great with the touch monitor and no fingerprints. I sat outside at my picnic table and I was able to work all day with my laptop in a very sunny spot under an umbrella with absolutely no problems.Three reasons I gave this review. First, they sent me an email asking me to review. Second, everything I read about this product fit my needs and some more, I found nothing written about resolving fingerprints so I can tell you it worked. Thirdly, I had to laugh, a week ago I had a visitor who owns a small MacBook, I believe its the 11" . She brought me over the very same COOSKIN 15.6 inch Anti-Glare screen and told me I could have it or she was throwing it out. I asked why and she said it does not fit her screen, I could not stop laughing. Half the negative posts for this product are because the purchasers claim this product did not fit their screens. Cracked Me Up!!! I will be helping her put it on her MacBook. 5Works Well or the 12 dollars I have spent, this is better than the 40 dollar protectors I have bought in the past. It is simple, the card included to take out the bubbles is plastic, it's a good starting card, though I still ended up using a card from my wallet to do the final touches. I know in one review there is an image of the sticky stuff from a sticker still attached... just so you know.. that sticky stuff is only stuck to the top layer that protects the actual matte protector from getting scratched while you are attaching it to your screen. It is not actually attached to what will be left on your computer. This piece is a total of 3 clear sheets, a protector on front, the actual protector itself, and the protecting sheet on the back. Remove the back-sheet first after you have played around and feel comfortable placing it on your screen. It has a sticky tab that states "inside", pull on that to remove it and glide the protector onto your CLEANED screen. If you get bubbles while gently putting this on, use the blue sticky sheet to pull off any lint or dust or whatever , it seriously works like a charm. Once you are satisfied that you have everything on bubble free, or mostly (I had like 3 itty itty bubbles that I hardly notice... which is impressive, because I have always been really sucky putting these things on anything, tablets... phones, computers, etc. ), then you pull the sticker tab that says outside, and the top layer of protective plastic, to protect the "protector" will come off... and voila! You have a drastically glare reduced screen protector that works great with your touch screen.I applied mine to an HP Envy 360 15.6 inch. Makes the computer much more tolerable to look at during the day. 5Finally Got It To Work UPDATED REVIEW: Ok so in the spirit of persistence I was not going to give up on getting this screen protector to work. I changed my one start review to a 4 because I did 3 things and it helped tremendously. 1) I used Smitty's Glass Wax (bought on amazon) to clean my computer screen instead of just using the alcohol pads and microfiber cloth that the product came with. It did a wonderful job. Even when I thought my screen was clean, Smitty's got it REALLY clean. 2) I used Scotch heavy duty shipping tape to remove dust from the sticky side of the screen protector. I tore it off the roll in several long strips and went over it probably 5 times in sections. Then I reapplied the protector and I now only have a few small bubbles here and there as compared to earlier when my laptop screen looked like a roll of bubble wrap. 3) I used my Scotty peeler (bought on amazon) to smooth out the the difficult bubbles instead of the scraping card it came with.ORIGINAL REIVEW: I have a 6 month old son that loves to play outside and I thought by ordering this it would allow me to be productive on my laptop while he played. My screen is super reflective and I can hardly see it outside even under the shade of a carport. Between my husband and I we spent 2 hours trying to get the bubbles out of this thing to no avail. It does mattify the way it says it does, but this doesn't work at all simply because of the amount of bubbles it creates. I cleaned my screen very thoroughly as instructed but I think the problem was on the screen protector itself. Before I even applied it to my laptop, I could see tons of dust particles on it. I applied it and there were so many bubbles there was no way I could scrape them all out. After that I took it off and I tried using painters tape and scotch tape to remove the dust from the screen protector but there were still soooo many bubbles when I reapplied that it was impossible for this product to be useful. This was a major bummer!! I would normally return something like this but now my packaging is jacked up since I opened everything it is just not worth the hassle for under $13. I bought this because of the 4 & 5 star reviews but I would not buy it again. I don't know how those people were able to get this on without bubbles. I wouldn't have minded maybe a few tiny bubbles here and there, but my laptop screen was covered in them. 4Too small for ultra-thin bezel screens - UPDATE I have a 15.6 in Lenovo 720 and this screen protector will only cover the part of the screen that actually displays, which given that this model is a touchscreen with ultra thin bezels* it defeats the purpose of having a screen protector since a large portion of the screen is still exposed to fingerprints, scratches and other miscellaneous damages.Other than fit, or lack of, it seems like a good product. It comes sandwiched between protective layers, tucked in a plastic sleeve, and placed in a thin cardboard folder. The folder has a microfiber cloth, a card scraper, alcohol wipe, guide stickers and a final non-static dust remover sticker taped to the outside. The outside of the package has instructions that tell you the use of every item except the guide stickers.To sum, this seems like a decent product and the company seems thorough, but I think it ought to actually fit the screen.A solution I'm considering is getting a larger protector and cutting it down with a sharp exacto. I'll report on that in case anyone else has this issue as well, but I really think that this should fit the screen given how common ultra thin bezels are becoming.______02/14/2018_____ I ended up just putting the screen protector on instead of resizing a larger protector because I figured having one was better than nothing. It's worked quite well, reducing glare and finger prints easily. There hasn't been any noticeable reduction in screen resolution or any streaking, I don't have the 4K screen option for my laptop. Application itself was more difficult than it should have been because I didn't apply the film right out of the packaging. It accumulated a surprising amount of dust and dog hair as I wrote my first review, despite prepping the area thoroughly beforehand. I do still stand by my earlier comment that there should be a ultra thin bezel option, but overall I'm content with this protector.--------------*A bezel is the thin edge that holds the screen in. You can see it on jewelry too, it's the thin metal that holds a gem or watch face in. 4Effective Glare Reduction with minimal tradeoffs Other reviews made me nervous about using this product, but my own experience has been Very Positive. It excels at reducing glare. I can use my HP Spectre 360 with *unbelievably* glossy display outside in bright sunlight now. I found application to be pretty easy, with only one speck of dust persisting. I didn't get too high tech. Just used some cheap vodka (Tito's, if you're a stickler for detail) and the included microfiber cloth to do an initial clean, then popped it on.+ great for antiglare+ includes lots of little doodads for installing~comes with the expected diffusion of graphic detail and a bit more pressure needed for touchscreen response~easy to cut to size, but the side I cut got a slight feathering along that edge, which might invite dust or lift down the road.Recommendations: Keep it simple for screen cleaning. Vodka (or other ethanol alcohol product), microfiber, quick application, patient and gentle pushing of air bubbles toward the edge with the cardboard wedge. For big bubbles, I recommend a single even push to get most of it out, then you can go back and do the little nudges. For cutting to size, I wish I had used a new razor blade and box cutter rather than scissors. 4Seriously, just what I needed to improve the crappy mirror like Glare I was dealing with! Patience makes awesome! For the 12 dollars I have spent, this is better than the 40 dollar protectors I have bought in the past. It is simple, the card included to take out the bubbles is plastic, it's a good starting card, though I still ended up using a card from my wallet to do the final touches. I know in one review there is an image of the sticky stuff from a sticker still attached... just so you know.. that sticky stuff is only stuck to the top layer that protects the actual matte protector from getting scratched while you are attaching it to your screen. It is not actually attached to what will be left on your computer. This piece is a total of 3 clear sheets, a protector on front, the actual protector itself, and the protecting sheet on the back. Remove the back-sheet first after you have played around and feel comfortable placing it on your screen. It has a sticky tab that states "inside", pull on that to remove it and glide the protector onto your CLEANED screen. If you get bubbles while gently putting this on, use the blue sticky sheet to pull off any lint or dust or whatever , it seriously works like a charm. Once you are satisfied that you have everything on bubble free, or mostly (I had like 3 itty itty bubbles that I hardly notice... which is impressive, because I have always been really sucky putting these things on anything, tablets... phones, computers, etc. ), then you pull the sticker tab that says outside, and the top layer of protective plastic, to protect the "protector" will come off... and voila! You have a drastically glare reduced screen protector that works great with your touch screen.I applied mine to an HP Envy 360 15.6 inch. It seriously makes my computer much more tolerable to look at during the day. Before, I could see my reflection so much, that I hated doing anything on it in any kind of stronger lighting.Seriously good buy, just follow the instructions and be patient putting it on. If you take a little bit of time (took me 10 mins), it's totally worth it and looks great! 5Very nice Anti-Glare Screen Protector Film Cover It took me about 2 hours to put it on my laptop. I learned from the last screen protector I had that I have to take apart my screen in order to put it on properly otherwise it would not fit correctly. I have an HP G62 Laptop and the glare on the screen was horrendous. This screen protector looks great and is just as good as a regular anti-glare screen now. I was able to get it on perfectly with no air bubbles or dust. I used a wet sponge to clean the screen then used the microfiber cloth to clean it even more. I followed the directions carefully and got the film on just right. I then went over with the sticky tape and the dust remover sticker it came with to remove the dust that was trapped under the film and on the screen and removed the air bubbles with the credit card looking tool. 5Easy to install, perfect fit, it's like a brand new screen!!! I just got done installing this on my laptop and am so happy with this product. Firstly, it fit my Dell 15.6" (Inspiron M531R) perfectly. It's stiff enough to install easily without it curling up, sticking on itself, or any of those horrible issues with screen films. It came with a small cloth, some pieces of blue tape, and a smoothing card. I used my own bigger microfiber cloth because the one supplied is a little too small. I also used a Purosol LCD cleaning fluid to get my screen clean. The tape supplied is great for pulling off pieces of dust and lint without leaving any adhesive on the screen. And usually the cardboard that comes with screen protectors are useless so I use a credit card instead, but this one worked very well.The screen protector itself is perfectly matte and anti-glare without making my screen look any less clear or sharp. I bring my laptop to work often to work on my lunch break, sometimes in a room with bright lights, or at a cafe or outdoor seating, etc., all of them give me horrible reflections and glare on my screen and make it hard to see what I'm doing. It's especially hard for editing photos. I read descriptions and reviews of a few matte screens and believe that I lucked out with the best one. I'm tempted to buy another one as a back up because I can't imagine having to work without it ever again! 5
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GOOD Anti-Glare Screen Protector, But Difficult to Install and Grainy Screen! PROS: Anti-Glare works well to reduce reflection, glare, and light substantially, making it easier to look at the screen Minimizes fingerprints Wipes dust and smudges off easily No affect on my touch-screen Provided with a big, blue dust sticker to remove dust prior to installation Good price compared to other screen protectorsCONS: Some gaps between the screen protector and the screen on my Dell Inspiron 15.6" laptop, so not a perfect fit Very difficult to install without some dust getting stick underneath the protector If dust is stuck underneath, it is difficult to peel off and remove the dust without damaging the screen protector or attracting more dust Screen protector reduced screen quality, making screen graining as can be seen in last picture Alignment needs to be just right the first time, otherwise it will not fit properly even though there were some gaps on my screen 3COOSKIN makes the best anti-glare protectors. COOSKIN makes the BEST anti-glare screen protectors. I have bought two of these for two different computers. Yes, they take about 15 minutes to install and a lot of patience - all screen protectors do. It's not easy. Not everyone can do it. But if you really take the time and be careful you can install it and these work GREAT. I used to get headaches from screen glare and this helped so much. Does it make it a little blurry, well I wouldn't say "blurry" but yes, it changes the look - that's what anti-glare has to do.If you have never installed a screen protector then I suggest you order 2 or 3 as it takes some getting used to. But now I can install them the first time every time, but I've put them on about 10 phones, tablets and computers. Cooskin is by far the best, comes with everything you need - even a little sample piece so you can get used to the process.In short, you clean the screen REALLY WELL with the supplied alcohol pad. Then, wipe it clean and lint free with supplied fabric. Then, take the little blue positioning stickers and stick them on the top side, by the #2 sticker so you have more areas to hold onto without touching the sticky side. Next, remove the coating on one side (it is labled #1) to reveal the sticky. Starting at one long edge of your screen put it in place, carefully smoothing it out with the credit card like burnishing tool they give you. If you get a bubble pull back a bit and go again. If you get lint you use the little blue sticker to pull the lint off the STICKY side (push sticker stickey to screen protector sticky and it grabs the lint). Keep doing this, slowly, until you are done. When I'm done there may be one or two very small bubbles or lint, but the glare protection usually makes them unnoticeable once you turn on the computer.This one fit my 15.6 inch Dell perfectly. In the past I bought one for my HP and it was great too. Love them! Those negative reviews are people who don't know how to really take their time and do it right. If you aren't technically inclined then ask a technical friend to do it, because it is not easy, but the result has totally taken away my screen glare headaches (I work on the PC 10 hours a day, so it was an issue). Good luck! 5This is a great product, do not discount just because people do not read or understand directions I hope my review will cover all the doubters out there.....I have a Lenovo Z400 IdeaPad touch screen. After doing my research I decided on the COOSKIN 15.6 inch Anti-Glare Screen Protector. I knew full well that my screen was 13.58 x 9.6 x 1.14 and COOSKIN clearly explains with a graphic that their screen protector protects 13.58 x 7.64 with a Monitor size being 15.6 in., monitors and TV's are always measured in their description on the diagonal. I knew my screen had about a 1/2 in. border around the actual screen (actual screen size is 12 x 7).If anyone has the Z400 touch they will know it is like glass, lots of fingerprints. I could not use my laptop anywhere near a window or outside, useless. I did upgrade this laptop to Windows 10 (they advise not to on this model) and there is a screen issue with brightness, Lenovo will not fix it. That means we have no control over our brightness, it stays at 50%, my laptop became more useless. I decided to get the Anti-Glare for these reasons, brightness issue, glare and fingerprints. COOSKIN did say that this protector does work with touch screen, I was skeptical, but it was cheaper then a new laptop, so I purchased, $12.95 vs. $1000.This item came in a very sturdy cardboard protective package, everything was sealed, clean and protected. No cracks, no creases, they even included a small sample you can test before trying the screen. (see pictures).I followed the directions, made perfect sense to me. I did have to clip one side (right) with a paper cutter TO MAKE IT FIT MY SCREEN. I laid my laptop on a table with the monitor laying flat. I propped the keyboard up against something for stability. I laid the anti-glare over the monitor with #1 INSIDE facing down, but before I did that I pulled back the plastic protector (cellophane) from the #1 INSIDE back about 4 inches. I laid that four inches down (left side) on my very very clean, dust free monitor with my left hand and with my right I was holding the cellophane underneath the anti-glare, both hands were stabilizing the anti-glare screen (this allowed me to use both my hands) so I can slowly pull the cellophane from under, with my right hand, while scrapping the screen with the blue plastic scratch card, with my left. If a bubble appeared I would just gently pick up the anti-glare and lay it down again while scraping the card. As soon as that section looked good I would pull some more of the cellophane from under the anti-glare and work that down until I got to the (right) edge, pulled the rest of the plastic cellophane off and "Wha La" it 's done (yes, sometimes I would switch hands so my right hand could work on the bubbles while my left hand was holding the screen in the air). After you get the screen on, peel off the #2 OUTSIDE cellophane and use your scratch card to get out any little bubbles you see hanging around.I have been using this anti-glare screen on my touch monitor for about a month and it works great with the touch monitor and no fingerprints. I sat outside at my picnic table and I was able to work all day with my laptop in a very sunny spot under an umbrella with absolutely no problems.Three reasons I gave this review. First, they sent me an email asking me to review. Second, everything I read about this product fit my needs and some more, I found nothing written about resolving fingerprints so I can tell you it worked. Thirdly, I had to laugh, a week ago I had a visitor who owns a small MacBook, I believe its the 11" . She brought me over the very same COOSKIN 15.6 inch Anti-Glare screen and told me I could have it or she was throwing it out. I asked why and she said it does not fit her screen, I could not stop laughing. Half the negative posts for this product are because the purchasers claim this product did not fit their screens. Cracked Me Up!!! I will be helping her put it on her MacBook. 5Works Well or the 12 dollars I have spent, this is better than the 40 dollar protectors I have bought in the past. It is simple, the card included to take out the bubbles is plastic, it's a good starting card, though I still ended up using a card from my wallet to do the final touches. I know in one review there is an image of the sticky stuff from a sticker still attached... just so you know.. that sticky stuff is only stuck to the top layer that protects the actual matte protector from getting scratched while you are attaching it to your screen. It is not actually attached to what will be left on your computer. This piece is a total of 3 clear sheets, a protector on front, the actual protector itself, and the protecting sheet on the back. Remove the back-sheet first after you have played around and feel comfortable placing it on your screen. It has a sticky tab that states "inside", pull on that to remove it and glide the protector onto your CLEANED screen. If you get bubbles while gently putting this on, use the blue sticky sheet to pull off any lint or dust or whatever , it seriously works like a charm. Once you are satisfied that you have everything on bubble free, or mostly (I had like 3 itty itty bubbles that I hardly notice... which is impressive, because I have always been really sucky putting these things on anything, tablets... phones, computers, etc. ), then you pull the sticker tab that says outside, and the top layer of protective plastic, to protect the "protector" will come off... and voila! You have a drastically glare reduced screen protector that works great with your touch screen.I applied mine to an HP Envy 360 15.6 inch. Makes the computer much more tolerable to look at during the day. 5Finally Got It To Work UPDATED REVIEW: Ok so in the spirit of persistence I was not going to give up on getting this screen protector to work. I changed my one start review to a 4 because I did 3 things and it helped tremendously. 1) I used Smitty's Glass Wax (bought on amazon) to clean my computer screen instead of just using the alcohol pads and microfiber cloth that the product came with. It did a wonderful job. Even when I thought my screen was clean, Smitty's got it REALLY clean. 2) I used Scotch heavy duty shipping tape to remove dust from the sticky side of the screen protector. I tore it off the roll in several long strips and went over it probably 5 times in sections. Then I reapplied the protector and I now only have a few small bubbles here and there as compared to earlier when my laptop screen looked like a roll of bubble wrap. 3) I used my Scotty peeler (bought on amazon) to smooth out the the difficult bubbles instead of the scraping card it came with.ORIGINAL REIVEW: I have a 6 month old son that loves to play outside and I thought by ordering this it would allow me to be productive on my laptop while he played. My screen is super reflective and I can hardly see it outside even under the shade of a carport. Between my husband and I we spent 2 hours trying to get the bubbles out of this thing to no avail. It does mattify the way it says it does, but this doesn't work at all simply because of the amount of bubbles it creates. I cleaned my screen very thoroughly as instructed but I think the problem was on the screen protector itself. Before I even applied it to my laptop, I could see tons of dust particles on it. I applied it and there were so many bubbles there was no way I could scrape them all out. After that I took it off and I tried using painters tape and scotch tape to remove the dust from the screen protector but there were still soooo many bubbles when I reapplied that it was impossible for this product to be useful. This was a major bummer!! I would normally return something like this but now my packaging is jacked up since I opened everything it is just not worth the hassle for under $13. I bought this because of the 4 & 5 star reviews but I would not buy it again. I don't know how those people were able to get this on without bubbles. I wouldn't have minded maybe a few tiny bubbles here and there, but my laptop screen was covered in them. 4Too small for ultra-thin bezel screens - UPDATE I have a 15.6 in Lenovo 720 and this screen protector will only cover the part of the screen that actually displays, which given that this model is a touchscreen with ultra thin bezels* it defeats the purpose of having a screen protector since a large portion of the screen is still exposed to fingerprints, scratches and other miscellaneous damages.Other than fit, or lack of, it seems like a good product. It comes sandwiched between protective layers, tucked in a plastic sleeve, and placed in a thin cardboard folder. The folder has a microfiber cloth, a card scraper, alcohol wipe, guide stickers and a final non-static dust remover sticker taped to the outside. The outside of the package has instructions that tell you the use of every item except the guide stickers.To sum, this seems like a decent product and the company seems thorough, but I think it ought to actually fit the screen.A solution I'm considering is getting a larger protector and cutting it down with a sharp exacto. I'll report on that in case anyone else has this issue as well, but I really think that this should fit the screen given how common ultra thin bezels are becoming.______02/14/2018_____ I ended up just putting the screen protector on instead of resizing a larger protector because I figured having one was better than nothing. It's worked quite well, reducing glare and finger prints easily. There hasn't been any noticeable reduction in screen resolution or any streaking, I don't have the 4K screen option for my laptop. Application itself was more difficult than it should have been because I didn't apply the film right out of the packaging. It accumulated a surprising amount of dust and dog hair as I wrote my first review, despite prepping the area thoroughly beforehand. I do still stand by my earlier comment that there should be a ultra thin bezel option, but overall I'm content with this protector.--------------*A bezel is the thin edge that holds the screen in. You can see it on jewelry too, it's the thin metal that holds a gem or watch face in. 4Effective Glare Reduction with minimal tradeoffs Other reviews made me nervous about using this product, but my own experience has been Very Positive. It excels at reducing glare. I can use my HP Spectre 360 with *unbelievably* glossy display outside in bright sunlight now. I found application to be pretty easy, with only one speck of dust persisting. I didn't get too high tech. Just used some cheap vodka (Tito's, if you're a stickler for detail) and the included microfiber cloth to do an initial clean, then popped it on.+ great for antiglare+ includes lots of little doodads for installing~comes with the expected diffusion of graphic detail and a bit more pressure needed for touchscreen response~easy to cut to size, but the side I cut got a slight feathering along that edge, which might invite dust or lift down the road.Recommendations: Keep it simple for screen cleaning. Vodka (or other ethanol alcohol product), microfiber, quick application, patient and gentle pushing of air bubbles toward the edge with the cardboard wedge. For big bubbles, I recommend a single even push to get most of it out, then you can go back and do the little nudges. For cutting to size, I wish I had used a new razor blade and box cutter rather than scissors. 4Seriously, just what I needed to improve the crappy mirror like Glare I was dealing with! Patience makes awesome! For the 12 dollars I have spent, this is better than the 40 dollar protectors I have bought in the past. It is simple, the card included to take out the bubbles is plastic, it's a good starting card, though I still ended up using a card from my wallet to do the final touches. I know in one review there is an image of the sticky stuff from a sticker still attached... just so you know.. that sticky stuff is only stuck to the top layer that protects the actual matte protector from getting scratched while you are attaching it to your screen. It is not actually attached to what will be left on your computer. This piece is a total of 3 clear sheets, a protector on front, the actual protector itself, and the protecting sheet on the back. Remove the back-sheet first after you have played around and feel comfortable placing it on your screen. It has a sticky tab that states "inside", pull on that to remove it and glide the protector onto your CLEANED screen. If you get bubbles while gently putting this on, use the blue sticky sheet to pull off any lint or dust or whatever , it seriously works like a charm. Once you are satisfied that you have everything on bubble free, or mostly (I had like 3 itty itty bubbles that I hardly notice... which is impressive, because I have always been really sucky putting these things on anything, tablets... phones, computers, etc. ), then you pull the sticker tab that says outside, and the top layer of protective plastic, to protect the "protector" will come off... and voila! You have a drastically glare reduced screen protector that works great with your touch screen.I applied mine to an HP Envy 360 15.6 inch. It seriously makes my computer much more tolerable to look at during the day. Before, I could see my reflection so much, that I hated doing anything on it in any kind of stronger lighting.Seriously good buy, just follow the instructions and be patient putting it on. If you take a little bit of time (took me 10 mins), it's totally worth it and looks great! 5Very nice Anti-Glare Screen Protector Film Cover It took me about 2 hours to put it on my laptop. I learned from the last screen protector I had that I have to take apart my screen in order to put it on properly otherwise it would not fit correctly. I have an HP G62 Laptop and the glare on the screen was horrendous. This screen protector looks great and is just as good as a regular anti-glare screen now. I was able to get it on perfectly with no air bubbles or dust. I used a wet sponge to clean the screen then used the microfiber cloth to clean it even more. I followed the directions carefully and got the film on just right. I then went over with the sticky tape and the dust remover sticker it came with to remove the dust that was trapped under the film and on the screen and removed the air bubbles with the credit card looking tool. 5Easy to install, perfect fit, it's like a brand new screen!!! I just got done installing this on my laptop and am so happy with this product. Firstly, it fit my Dell 15.6" (Inspiron M531R) perfectly. It's stiff enough to install easily without it curling up, sticking on itself, or any of those horrible issues with screen films. It came with a small cloth, some pieces of blue tape, and a smoothing card. I used my own bigger microfiber cloth because the one supplied is a little too small. I also used a Purosol LCD cleaning fluid to get my screen clean. The tape supplied is great for pulling off pieces of dust and lint without leaving any adhesive on the screen. And usually the cardboard that comes with screen protectors are useless so I use a credit card instead, but this one worked very well.The screen protector itself is perfectly matte and anti-glare without making my screen look any less clear or sharp. I bring my laptop to work often to work on my lunch break, sometimes in a room with bright lights, or at a cafe or outdoor seating, etc., all of them give me horrible reflections and glare on my screen and make it hard to see what I'm doing. It's especially hard for editing photos. I read descriptions and reviews of a few matte screens and believe that I lucked out with the best one. I'm tempted to buy another one as a back up because I can't imagine having to work without it ever again! 5
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