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13HD screen protector replacement

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
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13HD screen protector replacement

Postby tomatogoatee » Mon 15. May 2017, 02:35

Hello, everyone.

I've been using my 13HD for a while now and have developed some "sore" spots where I tend to do most of my work. (The pen tends to squeak and drags hard over these areas.) I'm mainly concerned because I believe these spots to be wearing my nibs down faster.

I've seen posts where people have replaced the screen protector, but what about just putting a second protector on top of the existing? The sore spots aren't so worn that they interfere with the display; they're only evident when you try to draw across them.

I'm hardly a professional, so I know some of you have run into this problem and have solutions...

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Re: 13HD screen protector replacement

Postby tomatogoatee » Mon 22. May 2017, 17:26

Well, I went ahead with my, "Add a second screen protector" plan. My original concern was that, with the added material between the pen and the screen, the parallax would become a problem. It's a little worse than before, but only near the edges of the screen. The protector I got was this:
Feels virtually the same to the stock one.

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