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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Would anyone recommend getting this product: (Transparent urethane display cushions)
http://www.radtech.us/Products/Wildeepz.aspx

or
Keyboard protector/screensaver:
http://www.radtech.us/Products/Noteb...ensavrzPC.aspx

AND for outer protection

Or this product (glove):
http://www.radtech.us/Products/SpecialtyBags.aspx

or

(sleeve)
http://www.radtech.us/Products/Powersleevz.aspx

This is for a 15" Powerbook
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Would anyone recommend getting this product: (Transparent urethane display cushions)
http://www.radtech.us/Products/Wildeepz.aspx

or
Keyboard protector/screensaver:
http://www.radtech.us/Products/Noteb...ensavrzPC.aspx

AND for outer protection

Or this product (glove):
http://www.radtech.us/Products/SpecialtyBags.aspx

or

(sleeve)
http://www.radtech.us/Products/Powersleevz.aspx

This is for a 15" Powerbook
I actualy purchased the screen savrz and the ibook sleeve from them. I really like it. i use the sleeve since i've heard that the ibook scratches easially. its been great so far. i've notice that when i put my 'book into my bag, there is a lot of things that could scratch it like the zipper and such, so it saved it from many scratches. the materal is awesome too. it really cleans smudges off the screen pretty well.

as far as the display cusions, i was thinking of getting them since i noticed that my screen is starting to look like the one on their web site, but having all thise cushions would look tacky on the screen. and i would be afraid that the will fall off and leave sticky residue on the screen.
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I have the Screensaverz and the Powersleevz for my PowerBook and think they are well worth the money.

I think the display cushions look kind of tacky, also if you use the screensaverz and just lay it on your keyboard when you close the 'Book then your screen doesn't have a chance to hit the keys.

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thank you both. I too thought the little cushions looked tacky and I could use just about anything in their place (I use those same things on the back of my photo frames when I sell my prints). They're way cheaper too.
I think I'll probably go with the sleeve and the screensaverz. I'm going to try and find some reviews on both the glove and the sleeve. I'd hate to get the sleeve and find out it's a pain in the *** to put on.
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i think i would get the glove.. and may be stingy out and get me some teflon plastic discs that u can purchase at a local hardware store or arts and crafts.. and just stick it on with double sided tape..

i did notice that hte 15" (at two diff. stores) that if u apply pressure to the top corner of the screen when its closed u'll see flexing
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