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iPad Mini with/Retina Display and a Screen Protector???

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Hi -

I like having a Zagg Screen Protector on my iPhone 5S (as I've done in the past) and just got the iPad Mini 64gb with Retina Display.

I'd like to add a screen protector, but not if it interferes with the clarity of my display? Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated.

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