• Mr.Shield for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Anti-Glare [Matte] Screen Protector [3-Pack] with Lifetime Replacement
  • Mr.Shield for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Anti-Glare [Matte] Screen Protector [3-Pack] with Lifetime Replacement
  • Mr.Shield for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Anti-Glare [Matte] Screen Protector [3-Pack] with Lifetime Replacement
Mr.Shield for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Anti-Glare [Matte] Screen Protector [3-Pack] with Lifetime Replacement
Mr.Shield for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Anti-Glare [Matte] Screen Protector [3-Pack] with Lifetime Replacement
Mr.Shield for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Anti-Glare [Matte] Screen Protector [3-Pack] with Lifetime Replacement

Mr.Shield for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Anti-Glare [Matte] Screen Protector [3-Pack] with Lifetime Replacement

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  • Anti-Glare (Matte) Screen Protector fit for Microsoft Surface Pro 4
  • 100% bubble free with high technology glues
  • 4H anti scratch and scuff resistant
  • Maximum Screen Coverage and sized for easy installation
  • Include 3 Anti Glare (Matte) Screen Protector

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Tricky to install but they give you three triesIt works but the install video is insufficient. In addition to what they say, I did this:1) Get ALL the dust off the screen. In addition to their cloth, I used a canned air blower.2) Now you have to make sure that you get the part with the holes aligned correctly over the camera. This is hard because the have it set up to pull from one corner. What I did was pull the backing off just enough to uncover the holes and then clip it so it would not flop back. Then put that part on and get it aligned.3) Use a straight edge to press out the air while you are SLOWLY pulling off the rest of the backing, I used a wooden clipboard.A better way to do this might be to use the extra "cleaning tapes" they provided to pull off the backing starting from the camera holes instead of from the corner. Then you can stick down just that edge first rather than a whole diagonal section.I found that the part I had to stick down initially in order to align the camera holes, had some dust and bubbles. The part that I pressed out with the straightedge did not have bubbles. I didn't have that many bubbles, but I found that it was not really possible to press them out or fix them using the method suggested in the video. So clean it as well as possible to begin with, and then try to stick down as little as you possibly can while getting it aligned. You'll probably burn at least one of the three figuring out how to do it.4Excellent Screen Protector - Works on the Surface Pro 6 The screen protector is excellent. I love the anti-glare and fingerprint resistance of the the protector. My last screen protector was tempered glass and the glare and fingerprints were terrible. Touch screen works with no issue. Pen works with no issue. Installed on the Surface Pro 6, and it fits with no issue. Everything is cut out correctly.Like other reviewers have said, it's a pain to install. You'll get 3 protectors, and the 1st is a wash since you'll be using that one to test your install and will probably not like it because you missed some dust. And it's not the fault of the protector itself, it's the fact that it's a bigger screen to protect so makes it more difficult than applying to say a phone.With that said, even with the install, I recommend it. Especially if you are looking to curb the glare and fingerprints of the screen 5Good For Glare Reduction - No Affect on Pen/Touch Screen UseI got these screen protectors not really for the protection, but for glare reduction. They aren't perfect for glare reduction, but they really help. The pacakage came with 3 screen protectors as well as a cleaning cloth and tape pieces for cleaning screen and picking up protector. Installation is a little tricky - but watch the installation video and take your time. It will take a little trial and error, but I was eventually able to get this on the screen without any bubbles.These protectors have had NO affect on the use of the pen on the screen. Have not affected touch controls either.4So much easier to write on than glassBought to replace the tempered glass screen protector on my SP4. Was very easy to apply, although as another reviewer mentioned, you can't exactly just line it up at one edge or it won't be properly aligned. I lined up the cut outs at the top and centered it as well as I could and I got good results.Writing with the stylus on the screen (which I do A LOT of) is considerably better with this protector than I found it to be with the tempered glass protector, and I no longer have problems with finger gestures like panning and zooming in One Note. Reduced glare is nice, but it's the more paper-like writing surface that I was really after. Great product, would buy again.5Nice screen protectorNice protector, the placing is just as any other, this protector has one mask on each side and provides you all the accesories to get rid of the bubbles and even dust caught between the screen and the protector, check their installation video.The protector does not cover the screen completely so leave about 2mm from the edge when aligning it.The pen sensitivity is not really affected by much, I use the pen a lot and haven't had a problem.Keep in mind it is not 100% glare free, but it blocks most of it, it is good enough for me!Nice protector5Excellent feel/texture for handwriting notes and touch gesturesI wasn't expecting much for a screen protector this cheap, but I'm very impressed. I take a lot of college classes that require handwriting for long periods of time, and I hated the feel/slipperiness on the plain screen and especially on glass screen protectors, but this feels much more natural and easier to write on by a long shot. I was mainly worried about loosing touch sensitivity like you do with most glass protectors, but the gestures and pen writing feel exactly as responsive as before! The glare reduction is also a life saver, i'm very impressed at how much the glare is reduced without having any noticeable effect on the display/picture quality.I'm honestly so happy with this product i'm contemplating buying another pack of 3 on the off chance I somehow go through the remaining two I have and the product goes off the market. I'm not sure what some of the reviews were talking about with it being hard to apply, it was incredibly simple, so long as you don't skip the last step of removing the last layer off the top once it is already stuck onto the screen, which I almost did.5Like your surface pen? You probably shouldn't use this.This screen protector is....mediocre in most senses. I was excited to get three for such a low price- but one of them wasn't sticky on the corner and was unusable. The other was really staticky and got so much dust on it upon removing the protective film that i couldn't use it. The last one ended up working- and I still have it on my screen right now.I'm a college student and artist that uses my surface pen frequently to take notes and draw. That said, the anti-glare didn't matter so much to me as the more paper like/matte feeling. It works okay- I actually ordered another screen protector. For my purposes this one isn't ideal, but you can get by with it. Because I'm a broke college student, I'm going to leave it on until I have to change it for one of the reasons below.Pros:-Anti glare is nice.-Makes the screen a little bit milky, but not noticably so. I'd say it gives it a bit of a grainy look, but it's not bad- it's like a blue ray vs a DVD. Both look fine, but the blu ray is typically way nicer. This downgrades the screen from blu ray to DVD level. Even artistically, the look works fine.- Nice to the touch for my hand. Also helps the screen pick up my finger movements better- Adds texture for the surface penCons:-Hard as heck to put on-Top cutouts are small and really hard to align- Noticeably smaller than the screen. I think they might have done this on purpose so you could use it with tight cases, but it looks kind of funny to be honest.- DOES NOT WORK WITH ALL PEN TIPS. This is the biggest one for me, because I'm an artist. I have the pen nib pack with nibs that emulate 2H to B pencils. The 2H and H are all black hard plastic. I had one of these on when I initially tested the protector....and it left a horrible black mark. To be fair, this is partially the pen tip's fault- If you write on paper with the 2H or H, you'll see black marks from the pen. They look like pencil marks but don't erase. This doesn't happen on glass screens because they're pretty hard and there's more slip. But this screen protector was literally helping shave off huge chunks of these nibs, leaving the screen streaked and dirty. You'll need water to clean it off; it won't just rub off with your hand. I know surface Pro 6 nibs are HB, which work fine on the screen, but other previous models come with the H, so I would be careful.-Super tiny screen cleaning cloth-Stickers are ridiculously flimsy and hard to use- Bubble helper tool is super flimsy. It also makes the protector look scratched, when in reality it's just the protective cover of the protector that is scratched.Anyways, I gave this three stars because I think it could work out really well for someone that isn't using their surface as a serious art and writing tool. But if you're an avid surface pen user like me....don't be cheap. Get a different protector.3Works well on the SP5, straight forward install. Must have item if glare on your Surface is killing your eyes. This is for the Surface Pro 5, so make sure you pick the right item for the device you have! The box comes with everything you need to install the filter, and while I screwed up the first two the last one went on almost perfectly! Try to make sure you install this filter in an area with NO DUST as even a small speck will mess up the application. I haven't used the pen on this screen yet, but I had a similar one from the same company for the SP3 and I actually preferred that writing experience versus the pen on the bare screen (Instead of writing on glass, the matte finish makes it more like paper and pen). The one con is that these screens REALLY cut down on the "crispness" of the screen. Nothing can be done about that, if you want a sharp and perfectly crisp screen you'll have to deal with the glare. If you want to save your eyesight you can buy one of these and deal with the slight reduction in sharpness of the screen. Overall, I'll be buying from this company again. 5Great item, once you get it installed. I was looking for something to protect the screen of my new Surface Pro 6, and I wanted something matte, since that is something that a lot of people complained about with the device. I found this, and I wanted to love it. The first application went okay, but there were a few bubbles that were bigger than my preference, so I tried again. During the application of the second one, I thought it was going good until I noticed all the tiny little bubbles all over the place. After cleaning the screen for the 3rd time, I made extra sure that everything was clean and clear. Well, the third application went better than the first two, but there were still about 4 tiny air bubbles. I am okay with that since they are small and not in the way. I think that it may not be the product that is faulty and hard to put on, but just environments in general and larger screen protectors. They are all pretty difficult to apply. I have also noticed that I have to press just slightly harder with my pen than normal when writing with it or drawing. Overall, I really enjoy the product now that I have it applied. No scratches, scuffs, or damage whatsoever. I'm also glad that the company gives you 3 different sets just in case of mistakes. 4Nice texturePretty good screen protectors. They definitely make writing with the Surface Pen more natural, and cuts down on glare substantially. The reason I can't give it 5 stars is because the screen protector does not completely reach the sides. I can't measure the gap right now. However, as a reference, the gap is approximately the same width as the indents on the screen for the speakers. It isn't HUGE, but isn't SMALL. I had a "tempered glass" screen protector, which I thought was really protecting my screen since it had cracks in it, ya that wasn't the case the screen protector just cracked. I tried a few other screen protectors and they didn't meet my criteria.If you want a matte, low glare, and relatively easy to apply, screen protector, get this one.(Also you get 3, which is nice)4Easy to apply, much nicer to touch than glass, and probably better to write onThis was surprisingly easy to install for such a large screen protector. I botched the first one but they give you three and the second was enough.It doesn't exactly cut glare, it just diffuses it. I'm not sure that actually makes it easier to see the screen because it spreads the glare around a bit, but it does reduce the eye piercing bright spots from overhead lights into a soft glow.The screen overall looks and feels much better than pure glass. The matte finish feels extremely nice under my fingertips and makes the screen more enjoyable to touch for some reason. It's easier to tap accurately because it gives your finger some grip to stop the momentum, so your tap kind of sticks in place where you put it. Same with the pen: it's easier and more confident to tap small spots, though it does rub quite a bit while writing.I'm not decided yet if it's actually easier to write, as it does drag a lot more and I've been used to writing on the glass for a long time now. I feel like I have to put more pressure to get good lines and generally more effort to write quickly, but it also feels more confident like my pen isn't going to slip away. Stabbing the pen into the screen during quick notes is a lot more predictable because the matte finish grabs the pen and holds it instead of sliding away from the point of contact.Definitely try it out even if you like the glass screen. It's just different, and in some ways definitely better.Edit: I reduced this from 5 to 4 stars because it's not very tough. The second day I had it on I was wiping it with a clean napkin; there was nothing obviously on the screen, but some spec of something put a big and very noticable scratch in the protector. I had to replace it with the third protector they include after just one day. Installation was very easy the third time around, anyway.This isn't a fault of Mr. Shield, it's just the nature of the PET material. If I wreck this protector I'll probably look for a different material next time; TPU is supposedly somewhat self healing.Also, I got some alcohol wipes to keep the protector clean. If there's anything on my hand or on the screen, even just a little bit sweat (which there will be after writing for a long time on a hot charging surface), my hand sticks with a kind of gross sound and feeling every time I lift my hand. It does this on the plain glass screen too, but it's not as gross of a slurp lifting my hand off.4Works well, but very difficult to install.This works well as an anti-glare screen for my Surface Pro, and doesn't seem to interfere with visibility or touch at all.However, installation is very, very difficult. It's good they send you extras, because you'll need them.Pro tip: Do this in an *immaculately* clean room. Even a single dust particle will ruin the protector. Use a nice bright light, clean everything thoroughly, and clean it again. Make absolutely sure there is no dust, not even a speck, on the film or the screen.I have a few little dust bubbles that I have to live with, unfortunately, but they're minor, and I used up all three films getting it this good.4Super simple installationThe screen protectors come with everything you'll need to install this cleanly. The YouTube video is surprisingly thorough, though the English is humorous. The screen protector is just adhesive enough to stay in place, but pulls up easily. This allows you to get stray dust out using the stickers provided. Just lift far enough to reach the dust, use the sticker to remove dust particles, and place the screen protector down again. Repeat until you've removed all dust particles and you should end up with a perfectly installed screen protector. You just need some patience as this process can take 10-15 minutes.The only downside to the installation is the fact that the screen protector doesn't reach any edge of the 2017 Surface Pro. It sits a couple of millimeters in from all edges, so lining it up is more free-form and you'll likely want to focus on the cameras as a guide.As for using the Surface Pro with the screen protector installed, there is definitely a slight loss of sensitivity, but it's only noticeable in very specific situations. There's also a lot of drag when using the Surface Pen with a freshly installed screen protector, but that changes a bit with use. The main reason I wanted this in the first place was actually to give my hand a less sticky surface when using the Surface Pen. The tradeoff so far has been that my handwriting is a bit more jagged due to the change in sensitivity, which the pen seems to be affected by a bit more.5
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Tricky to install but they give you three triesIt works but the install video is insufficient. In addition to what they say, I did this:1) Get ALL the dust off the screen. In addition to their cloth, I used a canned air blower.2) Now you have to make sure that you get the part with the holes aligned correctly over the camera. This is hard because the have it set up to pull from one corner. What I did was pull the backing off just enough to uncover the holes and then clip it so it would not flop back. Then put that part on and get it aligned.3) Use a straight edge to press out the air while you are SLOWLY pulling off the rest of the backing, I used a wooden clipboard.A better way to do this might be to use the extra "cleaning tapes" they provided to pull off the backing starting from the camera holes instead of from the corner. Then you can stick down just that edge first rather than a whole diagonal section.I found that the part I had to stick down initially in order to align the camera holes, had some dust and bubbles. The part that I pressed out with the straightedge did not have bubbles. I didn't have that many bubbles, but I found that it was not really possible to press them out or fix them using the method suggested in the video. So clean it as well as possible to begin with, and then try to stick down as little as you possibly can while getting it aligned. You'll probably burn at least one of the three figuring out how to do it.4Excellent Screen Protector - Works on the Surface Pro 6 The screen protector is excellent. I love the anti-glare and fingerprint resistance of the the protector. My last screen protector was tempered glass and the glare and fingerprints were terrible. Touch screen works with no issue. Pen works with no issue. Installed on the Surface Pro 6, and it fits with no issue. Everything is cut out correctly.Like other reviewers have said, it's a pain to install. You'll get 3 protectors, and the 1st is a wash since you'll be using that one to test your install and will probably not like it because you missed some dust. And it's not the fault of the protector itself, it's the fact that it's a bigger screen to protect so makes it more difficult than applying to say a phone.With that said, even with the install, I recommend it. Especially if you are looking to curb the glare and fingerprints of the screen 5Good For Glare Reduction - No Affect on Pen/Touch Screen UseI got these screen protectors not really for the protection, but for glare reduction. They aren't perfect for glare reduction, but they really help. The pacakage came with 3 screen protectors as well as a cleaning cloth and tape pieces for cleaning screen and picking up protector. Installation is a little tricky - but watch the installation video and take your time. It will take a little trial and error, but I was eventually able to get this on the screen without any bubbles.These protectors have had NO affect on the use of the pen on the screen. Have not affected touch controls either.4So much easier to write on than glassBought to replace the tempered glass screen protector on my SP4. Was very easy to apply, although as another reviewer mentioned, you can't exactly just line it up at one edge or it won't be properly aligned. I lined up the cut outs at the top and centered it as well as I could and I got good results.Writing with the stylus on the screen (which I do A LOT of) is considerably better with this protector than I found it to be with the tempered glass protector, and I no longer have problems with finger gestures like panning and zooming in One Note. Reduced glare is nice, but it's the more paper-like writing surface that I was really after. Great product, would buy again.5Nice screen protectorNice protector, the placing is just as any other, this protector has one mask on each side and provides you all the accesories to get rid of the bubbles and even dust caught between the screen and the protector, check their installation video.The protector does not cover the screen completely so leave about 2mm from the edge when aligning it.The pen sensitivity is not really affected by much, I use the pen a lot and haven't had a problem.Keep in mind it is not 100% glare free, but it blocks most of it, it is good enough for me!Nice protector5Excellent feel/texture for handwriting notes and touch gesturesI wasn't expecting much for a screen protector this cheap, but I'm very impressed. I take a lot of college classes that require handwriting for long periods of time, and I hated the feel/slipperiness on the plain screen and especially on glass screen protectors, but this feels much more natural and easier to write on by a long shot. I was mainly worried about loosing touch sensitivity like you do with most glass protectors, but the gestures and pen writing feel exactly as responsive as before! The glare reduction is also a life saver, i'm very impressed at how much the glare is reduced without having any noticeable effect on the display/picture quality.I'm honestly so happy with this product i'm contemplating buying another pack of 3 on the off chance I somehow go through the remaining two I have and the product goes off the market. I'm not sure what some of the reviews were talking about with it being hard to apply, it was incredibly simple, so long as you don't skip the last step of removing the last layer off the top once it is already stuck onto the screen, which I almost did.5Like your surface pen? You probably shouldn't use this.This screen protector is....mediocre in most senses. I was excited to get three for such a low price- but one of them wasn't sticky on the corner and was unusable. The other was really staticky and got so much dust on it upon removing the protective film that i couldn't use it. The last one ended up working- and I still have it on my screen right now.I'm a college student and artist that uses my surface pen frequently to take notes and draw. That said, the anti-glare didn't matter so much to me as the more paper like/matte feeling. It works okay- I actually ordered another screen protector. For my purposes this one isn't ideal, but you can get by with it. Because I'm a broke college student, I'm going to leave it on until I have to change it for one of the reasons below.Pros:-Anti glare is nice.-Makes the screen a little bit milky, but not noticably so. I'd say it gives it a bit of a grainy look, but it's not bad- it's like a blue ray vs a DVD. Both look fine, but the blu ray is typically way nicer. This downgrades the screen from blu ray to DVD level. Even artistically, the look works fine.- Nice to the touch for my hand. Also helps the screen pick up my finger movements better- Adds texture for the surface penCons:-Hard as heck to put on-Top cutouts are small and really hard to align- Noticeably smaller than the screen. I think they might have done this on purpose so you could use it with tight cases, but it looks kind of funny to be honest.- DOES NOT WORK WITH ALL PEN TIPS. This is the biggest one for me, because I'm an artist. I have the pen nib pack with nibs that emulate 2H to B pencils. The 2H and H are all black hard plastic. I had one of these on when I initially tested the protector....and it left a horrible black mark. To be fair, this is partially the pen tip's fault- If you write on paper with the 2H or H, you'll see black marks from the pen. They look like pencil marks but don't erase. This doesn't happen on glass screens because they're pretty hard and there's more slip. But this screen protector was literally helping shave off huge chunks of these nibs, leaving the screen streaked and dirty. You'll need water to clean it off; it won't just rub off with your hand. I know surface Pro 6 nibs are HB, which work fine on the screen, but other previous models come with the H, so I would be careful.-Super tiny screen cleaning cloth-Stickers are ridiculously flimsy and hard to use- Bubble helper tool is super flimsy. It also makes the protector look scratched, when in reality it's just the protective cover of the protector that is scratched.Anyways, I gave this three stars because I think it could work out really well for someone that isn't using their surface as a serious art and writing tool. But if you're an avid surface pen user like me....don't be cheap. Get a different protector.3Works well on the SP5, straight forward install. Must have item if glare on your Surface is killing your eyes. This is for the Surface Pro 5, so make sure you pick the right item for the device you have! The box comes with everything you need to install the filter, and while I screwed up the first two the last one went on almost perfectly! Try to make sure you install this filter in an area with NO DUST as even a small speck will mess up the application. I haven't used the pen on this screen yet, but I had a similar one from the same company for the SP3 and I actually preferred that writing experience versus the pen on the bare screen (Instead of writing on glass, the matte finish makes it more like paper and pen). The one con is that these screens REALLY cut down on the "crispness" of the screen. Nothing can be done about that, if you want a sharp and perfectly crisp screen you'll have to deal with the glare. If you want to save your eyesight you can buy one of these and deal with the slight reduction in sharpness of the screen. Overall, I'll be buying from this company again. 5Great item, once you get it installed. I was looking for something to protect the screen of my new Surface Pro 6, and I wanted something matte, since that is something that a lot of people complained about with the device. I found this, and I wanted to love it. The first application went okay, but there were a few bubbles that were bigger than my preference, so I tried again. During the application of the second one, I thought it was going good until I noticed all the tiny little bubbles all over the place. After cleaning the screen for the 3rd time, I made extra sure that everything was clean and clear. Well, the third application went better than the first two, but there were still about 4 tiny air bubbles. I am okay with that since they are small and not in the way. I think that it may not be the product that is faulty and hard to put on, but just environments in general and larger screen protectors. They are all pretty difficult to apply. I have also noticed that I have to press just slightly harder with my pen than normal when writing with it or drawing. Overall, I really enjoy the product now that I have it applied. No scratches, scuffs, or damage whatsoever. I'm also glad that the company gives you 3 different sets just in case of mistakes. 4Nice texturePretty good screen protectors. They definitely make writing with the Surface Pen more natural, and cuts down on glare substantially. The reason I can't give it 5 stars is because the screen protector does not completely reach the sides. I can't measure the gap right now. However, as a reference, the gap is approximately the same width as the indents on the screen for the speakers. It isn't HUGE, but isn't SMALL. I had a "tempered glass" screen protector, which I thought was really protecting my screen since it had cracks in it, ya that wasn't the case the screen protector just cracked. I tried a few other screen protectors and they didn't meet my criteria.If you want a matte, low glare, and relatively easy to apply, screen protector, get this one.(Also you get 3, which is nice)4Easy to apply, much nicer to touch than glass, and probably better to write onThis was surprisingly easy to install for such a large screen protector. I botched the first one but they give you three and the second was enough.It doesn't exactly cut glare, it just diffuses it. I'm not sure that actually makes it easier to see the screen because it spreads the glare around a bit, but it does reduce the eye piercing bright spots from overhead lights into a soft glow.The screen overall looks and feels much better than pure glass. The matte finish feels extremely nice under my fingertips and makes the screen more enjoyable to touch for some reason. It's easier to tap accurately because it gives your finger some grip to stop the momentum, so your tap kind of sticks in place where you put it. Same with the pen: it's easier and more confident to tap small spots, though it does rub quite a bit while writing.I'm not decided yet if it's actually easier to write, as it does drag a lot more and I've been used to writing on the glass for a long time now. I feel like I have to put more pressure to get good lines and generally more effort to write quickly, but it also feels more confident like my pen isn't going to slip away. Stabbing the pen into the screen during quick notes is a lot more predictable because the matte finish grabs the pen and holds it instead of sliding away from the point of contact.Definitely try it out even if you like the glass screen. It's just different, and in some ways definitely better.Edit: I reduced this from 5 to 4 stars because it's not very tough. The second day I had it on I was wiping it with a clean napkin; there was nothing obviously on the screen, but some spec of something put a big and very noticable scratch in the protector. I had to replace it with the third protector they include after just one day. Installation was very easy the third time around, anyway.This isn't a fault of Mr. Shield, it's just the nature of the PET material. If I wreck this protector I'll probably look for a different material next time; TPU is supposedly somewhat self healing.Also, I got some alcohol wipes to keep the protector clean. If there's anything on my hand or on the screen, even just a little bit sweat (which there will be after writing for a long time on a hot charging surface), my hand sticks with a kind of gross sound and feeling every time I lift my hand. It does this on the plain glass screen too, but it's not as gross of a slurp lifting my hand off.4Works well, but very difficult to install.This works well as an anti-glare screen for my Surface Pro, and doesn't seem to interfere with visibility or touch at all.However, installation is very, very difficult. It's good they send you extras, because you'll need them.Pro tip: Do this in an *immaculately* clean room. Even a single dust particle will ruin the protector. Use a nice bright light, clean everything thoroughly, and clean it again. Make absolutely sure there is no dust, not even a speck, on the film or the screen.I have a few little dust bubbles that I have to live with, unfortunately, but they're minor, and I used up all three films getting it this good.4Super simple installationThe screen protectors come with everything you'll need to install this cleanly. The YouTube video is surprisingly thorough, though the English is humorous. The screen protector is just adhesive enough to stay in place, but pulls up easily. This allows you to get stray dust out using the stickers provided. Just lift far enough to reach the dust, use the sticker to remove dust particles, and place the screen protector down again. Repeat until you've removed all dust particles and you should end up with a perfectly installed screen protector. You just need some patience as this process can take 10-15 minutes.The only downside to the installation is the fact that the screen protector doesn't reach any edge of the 2017 Surface Pro. It sits a couple of millimeters in from all edges, so lining it up is more free-form and you'll likely want to focus on the cameras as a guide.As for using the Surface Pro with the screen protector installed, there is definitely a slight loss of sensitivity, but it's only noticeable in very specific situations. There's also a lot of drag when using the Surface Pen with a freshly installed screen protector, but that changes a bit with use. The main reason I wanted this in the first place was actually to give my hand a less sticky surface when using the Surface Pen. The tradeoff so far has been that my handwriting is a bit more jagged due to the change in sensitivity, which the pen seems to be affected by a bit more.5
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