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iMac - 24" Protective screens don't exsist! Do they?


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Hiya there!
I wonder if anyone can steer me in the right direction.
I'm after a protective film for my imac G5 24" screen either that or 2 pairs of childrens handcuffs. I don't seem to have turned up any options with my google search so far
You wouldn't think such an item would be so hard to track down.
Anyway, would appreciate any advice - thanks Tim
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they didnt do a g5 imac with a 24" screen did they ?
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regardless of whether they did or not, I am sure he means the 24" C2D that he has.

http://www.radtech.us/Products/ScreensavRziMac.aspx

There ya go.

As far as protective film goes, that is going to be much harder to find.
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Oops meant intel core duo - live and learn actually I didn't realise the G5 refered to the chip.
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Thanks for the leg work It's appreciated. However, it is the protective film or nothing for me.
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You might have to go the other route.

Just kidding by the way!

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Woooooh! I'll get me some of those for the wife.:cool:
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I think they sell fuzzy ones for situations like that.

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She'd see the fuzzy ones comming
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