Anti-Glare 85%. Flat matte finish, no surface reflection. Cons: Some pixeling and loss of contrast and sharpness. Not recommended for color critical applications, reduced viewing angle in bright light.
Anti-Glare 35%. Low matte finish combines anti-glare function plus excellent image clarity. Works well on both glass-front monitors and mobile devices. Cons: Moderate surface reflection in bright light.
Crystal Clear. Excellent image quality. Recommended for color critical applications where maximum screen clarity is desired. Anti-Reflective (AR) coating twists the light emitted from the screen creating whiter whites/deeper darks. Cons: Noticeable surface reflection, no anti-glare function, no fingerprint coating.
Most touch screen devices work very well with our screen protective films.
All of these films work very well using stylus input with most touch screen technologies.
“IntelliTouch" and "Surface Acoustic Wave" (SAW) devices typically DO NOT WORK with these films.
Test the functionality with the TEST FILM enclosed with every order.
Glare Reduction vs. Screen Resolution
Choose MXG film for maximum anti-glare screen protection.
Choose MXA, MXO, MXR or MXH film for best screen resolution.
Typically the greater the amount of anti-glare the more speckling, once applied to the screen.
The terms "Anti-Glare," "Non-Glare" and "matte finish" are used interchangeably.
The terms "High Contrast" and "Crystal Clear" are used interchangeably.
These films are not brightness reduction films, such as a neutral density filter.
Some visual noise occurs when you apply an anti-glare film over a glass-covered screen.
NOTE: A film type may not be listed for this reason. However, this affect varies among device, film type and lighting conditions. Ordering a Sample Pack allows you to test multiple film types to find the one YOU prefer! If you decide to purchase an unlisted film, select any film type for your device then on the "Add to Cart" page, type your film choice in the "Special Order Notes" box. Please read our Return Policy before ordering.
Color Critical Work
For color critical work, any one of the following films work well: MXH, MXR, MXA or MXO.
The anti-glare MXT and MXG films are not recommended for color critical applications.
A clean dust-free screen and a clean work area is important to ensure a successful installation.
Screen protective films of all types do require some skill and patience to install.
Replacement time varies based on usage, abuse and environmental factors.
Typical replacement time (with normal usage and care) is around 24 months.
The hardened outer surface of our films provide outstanding scratch resistance.
EXCELLENT SERVICE! Received the film in two days! EXCELLENT PRODUCT! Went onto my laptop screen just as directed; easy tofollow instructions, did not have a single air bubble. WHAT AN IMPROVEMENT -- I can now actually see what's on the computer screen, instead of a mirror image of myself.
Exceeded my expectations. Thank you. Pam
Comparison of Anti-Glare / Matte Film Next to the Original Screen