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princeotter    2

There are some people saying that there is a new product called Crystalusion Glass Protection that uses nano technology and that this not only acts a screen protector but also adds oleophilic properties. I have read a review and at first look seems impressive but not seen longer term report on whether it is say better than just Rainx or Brasso Gadget stuff.

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they say gorila glass is oleophobic, so , if it has gorila glass, it should be :)

G300's display can't be oleophobic, no matter what they say. For me, it's by far the most annoying issue of this device. It's probably my only serious complain about it, actually. The display catches dust, fingerprints and oil at an insanely high rate :(

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Smiff2    18

not as bad as a Galaxy Tab wowzers that is bad, was using both side by side today..

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toge64    10

There are some people saying that there is a new product called Crystalusion Glass Protection that uses nano technology and that this not only acts a screen protector but also adds oleophilic properties. I have read a review and at first look seems impressive but not seen longer term report on whether it is say better than just Rainx or Brasso Gadget stuff.

this stuff yeah? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Crystalusion-Liquid-Glass-Screen-Protector-for-iPad-Galaxy-Archos-Zoom-Playbook-/330729456436?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item4d01030334#ht_1750wt_1199

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princeotter    2

Thats the stuff. Sounds like it might be worth a try. Certainly the G300 as standard doesn't repeal fingerprints and dust as well as my iPod Touch or the wife's iPad so I am assuming its not already oleophilic (although its not as bad as my Xoom for fingerprints...)

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