|Material Type||Polyethylene Terephthalate|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Package Dimensions||34.4 x 23 x 0.6 cm; 1.42 Grams|
|Item Weight||1.42 g|
|Date First Available||8 April 2019|
Mikonca Screen Protector Film Like Write on Paper Compatible with Surface Pro 3 4 5 6 7 Anti-Glare Anti-Scratch No Fingerprints Drawing Sketching
- Feel Like writing on paper. The PET Paper-feel screen protector enhanced Surface Pencil friction, feels just like you are writing on the paper. Give you smooth experience but not slipping.
- Compatible with Surface Pro 3/4/5/6/7. It is recommended to work better with our stylus.
- Scratch and fingerprint resistant. Designed with 3H hardness and AG frosted technology on the surface, let iPad screen protector effectively separate scratch, oil, fingerprint and other stains from the glass.
- Easy to clean up. This screen protector is PET film, it is mainly used to drawing, writing or sketching. It doesn't have strong screen protection because it’s not tempered glass screen protector.
- Anti-glare. Made of matte material from Japan and using special frosted technology, no screen glare, even in bright sunlight, no dazzling, easy reading outdoor or under light.
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Fog level: 13.5%
It’s also OK even if it’s tested 5000 times by pencil.
Made of matte material from Japan and using special frosted technology to guarantee this iPad 6-month normal wearand tear.
Package Dimensions: 15 x 11 x1 inches
Item Weight: 5 ounces
Package Weight: 0.15 lb
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The installation instruction is not clear (only few pictures on the package. No text to describe what to use in-package installation stickers for).
I followed the installation process and received black dots as attached. Could be because I made mistake in the installation process, or could be from damaged film before arrival (the film is in the center, so installation process is not likely to damage the film).
The film does made the screen less smooth. Drawing on it is okay, but I wouldn't say it's good for drawing. Erasing using Surface Pen's tip is also becoming too hard. It also make fingers unusable on the screen. You can click using finger, but cannot really scroll smoothly.
Not worth putting it on. Removing it soon.
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It stick awfully
And the touch is not working well.
I wasted my money
This had no reviews when I bought it and I just chose it since it seemed to match most of my wants.
You'll get an alcohol pad to clean the screen, a cleaning cloth, 2 screen protectors, a squeedgy, and a dust collection film (a sticky film that you can use to get rid of any small bits of dust on the screen).
It's very easy to install with clear instructions (just make sure you're somewhere to minimise dust or you'll get little bits stuck under. It pretty much clings onto your screen and you squeeze bubbles out. Though I will say, I have some experience with installing screen protectors, but you get two in the box so there is room for trial and error.
It gives you a superb paper-like feel and I haven't noticed any loss in pen or touch performance. Also reduces glare by a small amount, much better than glass glare though.
However, there are two downsides you need to consider. The first, which applies to all matt screens... Your screen will lose a bit of its vividness, so the colours won't shine as bright as it was with the glass, but they are still decent enough.
The second, and the reason I knocked off one star: there is a grain, which will become very visible on a white background. And since I draw on a white background, this is a big let down for me. Very simply put, you will see subpixels on a white background which to my understanding, is the result of some sort of anti-glare coating. It'll work fine for other colours of the spectrum, but as you reach white, it will be visible. (though it depends on your distance from the screen, but this is a tablet/laptop so you will be close more often than not.
Update: after some time with this, I have grown used to it and it isn't as noticible to me, but you can tell there is some coating there, though I think the paper like feeling and the touch accuracy justifies it for me.