Hey everyone, I just went to order a screen protector from ppctechs.com and noticed an interesting disclaimer on their regular antiglare screen protectors. It tells you that the regular antiglare ones may cause the screen not to look right on high resolutions such as the x50v and that they have others that will not do this. Could this be similar to what the problem is with the 9200. I know that we have all narrowed it down to the antiglare, but it seems a direct correlation between the antilglare and the high res. and they may or may not be using the same antiglare coating on the wxga, but either way it does not effect the wxga apparently. Anyway the point is that ppctechs has offered an alternative for their products and has acknowledged the problem, shouldn't Dell do the same.http://www.pocketpctechs.com/detail....ID=WSPDA018-2S
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WriteSHIELD AG Dell Axim X50v Series 2-Pak Kit
Description: The best screen protector sold in the USA. The Double Pack kit contains two WriteSHIELD™ screen protectors, two Klear Screen Wet Single packs, 3.25" horse-hair brush, three applicator/removal picks, Optical quality MicroFiber cloth and fully illustrated instructions.
Note: The WriteSHIELD AG Protector may cause distortion on VGA Hi-Res screens due to the protector's Anti-Glare pixelation process. The WriteSHIELD C2 does not cause any distortion.