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Smile Anti-glare display - 07-13-2009, 02:39 PM

Since the first day I got my Mini9 I hated the glossy display. The reflections were really annoying and so I started looking for a solution. First I tried an anti-glare film. The concept seems brilliant but practically it doesn't work out since it is more or less impossible to put the film on without having at least one dust particle between film and LCD.
By chance I found a company specialised in applying films in a dust-free room. Although the service is quite expensive I gave it a try and I am really happy with it.
Here is a pic to see the difference (minis are turned off).
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Now the mini9 is usable as it was originally intended to: almost everywhere without letting reflections disturb the eyes.

Dell Mini 9, 2GB RAM, 64GB Runcore SSD, 0.3 MP camera, BT, Dell 1505 802.11n card, Dell 5530 3G card, 3M Vikuiti ARMP200 Anti-Reflection-Film, OS X 10.6.4
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Default 07-14-2009, 12:04 PM

Looks good!

Link to the company?

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