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MacBook Pro - for a glossy screen, is there an easily removable anti-glare to make it matte-like?


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to cancel out the negative effects of a glossy screen when you're not working on graphics, etc...


say you were writing a term paper or reading an ebook.. you don't need/want a glossy screen because it will cause glare and hurt your eyes..


so, my intent would be to get the best of both worlds..



is there a shield/cover/skin that is easily removable and reusable that would act like a matte screen on your glossy?
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Matte screen + Calibration is pretty sexy xD

Bright w/o glare.

It looks good IMO.

I'm pretty sure Glossy is good for you too, if you like things really bright.
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Yes there are:
http://www.google.com/products?q=ant...Search&show=dd

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...s=19&c=us&l=en
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Matte screen + Calibration is pretty sexy xD
what is that calibration your talking about..?

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so, then, is the glossy vs. matte debate over? just buy a flippin screen, to modify it to your needs?


also: i heard that there was one to make your glossy screen matte... true? false? how different is the quality?
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well, wait are those actual screens, or easily removable films? I was thinking like a peel-off type gig.. unavailable?
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the dell film which was linked...

would it really do its job on a super rich macbook?
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