Rated 5 out of5 byslerch666 fromTouch & Pen are accurate w/ this installedHaving bought a third party, non- MS approved protector, I know that not all screen protectors are made equally. The other protector was a "film" and as such, I found my touch and gestures, and even worse, Surface Pen, input suffered from a lack of accuracy. After a few days, I really hated that protector. I ripped it off my SP3 and went naked. Yes. Naked.I am happy to report that Incipio has built a fantastic screen protector that provides the exact same accuracy, as best I can tell, as going naked. The difference is that this isn't a film, it's glass. And it works. I think the glass, and the fact that it actually works, is what make the price so high.When you apply the protector, just be sure you have clean hands and you are doing the application in a dust/lint/dog hair free environment. I did mine where the dog likes to be, and had to pull hairs off the screen.If, when you are applying the protector, you see that there is dust, dog hair, lint, food particles, etc, don't panic. Make sure it's on the static side of the protector (otherwise, obviously just wipe it off). Pull the protector up just enough to get to the particle, take a piece of tape, sticky side towards the particle, and push it onto the particle, then pull it off. Obviously don't use something like duct tape. Scotch tape worked fine for me.If you want screen accuracy for your pen and touch, and you want to protect your screen, the Incipio is, at the moment, the only way to go. If you don't go with the Incipio and instead go with one of the film protectors, you will likely be disappointed.Highly recommended (even if the MSRP feels high)
Date published: 2014-10-15
Rated 4 out of5 byspinachpie fromVery goodTo some of the reviewers - having a pet dog/cat (therefore lots of dust) is not the fault of the product. This is the same with every screen protector. You need to have a clean environment. Have the screen protector high up off the ground when applying to avoid dust.Likewise, if it is peeling off at the edges, it's because there is dust etc underneath and you need to apply properly.
Date published: 2015-01-13
Rated 5 out of5 byTheMan001 fromBetter than the Zagg GlassDont know what other reviewers are smoking. Its a glass shield (as stated on the MS site), relatively thick and smudge proof compared to Zaggs.. Its better than the Zaggs in performance, although the Zaggs does have a lifetime warranty (they charge $15 to reapply a replacement at my location.)
Date published: 2015-03-16
Rated 5 out of5 byCouchFries fromGreat product, worth the moneyI have been using a screen protector from Amazon the thing was eating away my pen at extreme speed and the surface felt horrible to the touch. This was a problem for me because I use my pen quiet often for note and illustration. This protector feels like just without the screen protector. I had no bubbles in my application since I applied it in a steamy bathroom.
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 5 out of5 byPlimmy J fromAn once of protectionYou know what happens to a touch screen. Protect it now, it's too late when the kids or your pet puts there paws on it. Yes the screen is made to be handled and yes it can take a lot of dings but .... then there was one ding you didn't count on and now it's too late.
Date published: 2015-07-11
Rated 4 out of5 byJoules fromEasy to install, so far, so good!!Installation was simple. No chemicals needed, just a clean screen and some patience. This is a high quality piece of film/glass and doesn't take away from the sensitivity of the touch screen. You do want to make sure you clean the screen very well before applying this because once it sticks, you don't want to peel it off due to the it could crack.
Date published: 2014-11-24
Rated 4 out of5 bychevyguy999 fromits ok glad its protecting my screenWow really cool tech, i love it however it gets dirty really quickly, especially since i have oily skin but hey better than on my new surface pro 3!\
Date published: 2014-11-18
Rated 1 out of5 byFrustratedSurfaceCustomer fromproduct damaged in process of openingJust opening the packaging, as directed, created wrinkles in the screen. In addition, there were stickers on the screen. How to pull the stickers off without further damaging the already wrinkled screen? No way at all. Didn't even attempt to try and clean glue off screen after peeling off sticker.Why can't this product be packaged without stickers and stiff bindings that guarantee damage to the screen prior to attempting application?