Registered: Apr 2001
Location: Bismarck, ND
I have an even simpler, cleaner, and cheaper alternative....
1) Go to Walmart's fabric/craft section.
2) Buy the thin vinyl stuff (don't remember what it is called) - it is about $0.89 per square YARD.
3) Make a template the size of your Prism screen, then cut out a piece of the stuff.
4) It will adhere GREAT by static electricity alone (I have never had one come off).
*I should note that to get them on without any air bubbles or dust underneath can be a little tricky. I typically blow my screen and the vinyl piece of with a shot of compressed air first, adhere one end of the stuff, then "squeegie" it on with a credit card very slowly.
If done right, you cannot even tell it is on - the display is crystal clear! With a square yard of the stuff, you could replace it weekly and still have enough of the stuff for more than a year!
To make it even better, I spray a little liquid silicon onto a rag, then rub it into the screen cover once it is installed. Then your screen is protected, and your stylus moves across the screen "like buttah"!
Like I said, simple, clean, and cheap!
J. Sean McKay, Ph.D.
"In every work of genius....
we recognize our own rejected thoughts."
--Ralph Waldo Emerson