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Topic: Will you get a screen protector for your Wii U Gamepad?

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SamuraiShyGuy

1. Posted:

With that large unprotected screen, I sure will. I want it to stay nice throughout the system's entire lifespan.

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Zaphod_Beeblebrox

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Probably not. The screen on my DS Lite is fine. What died on my DS Lite was the damn d-pad (grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr).

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firearrow505

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Yeah, got to keep that thing safe.

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SonyFACE

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No. I hate screen protectors, they're so bubbly and they get scratched so easily. I don't want my Gamepad to look like a piece of crap.

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C7_

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I would if there was one out there that wouldn't bubble, scratch, or reduce accuracy. I've wasted too much monye on screen protectors on the past, and I don't think I'll even bother now.

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kyuubikid213

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No. I don't care just so long as I can still see the GamePad screen.

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Firejonie

7. Posted:

If it does not have any bubbles or scratch marks I will buy it. Sometimes it is smarter and quicker to use your fingers on the gamepad rather than the stylus.

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Sean_Aaron

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No and I would never buy a screen protector for any device: they're the bunk. I do wish I sold them however, as people seem to buy them in droves.

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SamuraiShyGuy

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I initially decided against 3DS screen protectors, but after a couple months of Kid Icarus Uprising I noticed scratches on my touch screen. I don't know if there will be any games that demand that level of stylus maneuvering on the Gamepad, but I plan on being prepared this time just in case.

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3Dkid

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Absolutely! I bought one for my DSi and my 3DS so far. I never had problems with accuracy or bubbles because I always make sure its on properly. Applying a screen protector before you use the system will prevent touch screen calibration issues. It has worked for me so far.

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Chunky_Droid

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Guh, I hate screen protectors, everyone I know that owns one can barely see their screen anymore

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Ryno

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No way. Screen protectors are for nerds though they do go great with pocket protectors.

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EvilLucario

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I think Deus Ex said it best:

It's all about choice. :P
However, I have one for my 3DS, and it works perfectly. So I would recommend it.

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Super-Mario-Fan

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No

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BenAV

15. Posted:

No way.
I hate screen protectors. D:

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19Robb92

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Nope, I'm not to worried about it breaking or getting scratched. Also, I'll most likely use the WiiU Pro controller as often as possible.

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KaiserGX

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Use a Microfiber cloth to clean it. Used my 3DS a lot doesn't seem to have gotten scratched, neither has the DSi. Just wipe it once in a while so you don't get dust or anything in there. That's what causes the scratching.

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Kage_88

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Yeah, I will. If it gets too worn, I'll just replace it.

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Treverend

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My original DS got scratched to hell just from normal everyday use, I was never rough on it, I take care of my things like little babies, lol. Ever since then I've put screen protectors on all my stuff, like my DS Lite and 3DS. Hori is a good brand they use static, not glue, and they are licensed by Nintendo. So yes, if Hori or another licensed by Nintendo brand makes one for Wii U, I will for sure get it. Wanna protect an investment that will last my like 7-10 years or however long next gen will go on for.

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NImH

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Treverend wrote:

My original DS got scratched to hell just from normal everyday use, I was never rough on it, I take care of my things like little babies, lol. Ever since then I've put screen protectors on all my stuff, like my DS Lite and 3DS. Hori is a good brand they use static, not glue, and they are licensed by Nintendo. So yes, if Hori or another licensed by Nintendo brand makes one for Wii U, I will for sure get it. Wanna protect an investment that will last my like 7-10 years or however long next gen will go on for.

Perfect. This is exactly what I did on my 3DS, and I have no probs whatsoever. None of my friends who have used my system have ever once mentioned the screen protectors because they aren't noticeable!
But my screens are immaculate... and I've had mine since launch.
I will purchase a screen protector for my Wii U tablet.

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