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Best PSP screen protector

Updated on April 2, 2011

Looking for a screen cover for your PSP? Look no further...

    If you have a PSP you know that after spending $250 dollars the worst thing in the world that could happen is to have something scratch your LCD screen and even if it's small, it's still something that is going to drive you nuts. But have no worries, I have a solution that problem of worry. The Hori Screen cover is the best bet when buying a screen cover for your PSP. It offers full screen coverage without making the screen look fuzzy. If you go to best buy or other stores you may notice that they have the Pelican screen protector. DO NOT BUY THAT SCREEN PROTECTOR, THEY WILL HAX YOU. When I say hax I mean that it's a rip off and the only reason they probably have that because they are a game accessory company that makes accessories for cheap for a lot of different platforms and people will buy them because they are there. So, to be safe you can just look online for the Hori Screen protector or if you're lucky, you might be able to find it at a gaming store like GameCrazy or Gamestop. The Hori Screen Protector is a little tricky to apply because if you get anything on the sticky side then it leaves a mark on it and you'll see it on there unless you buy another one. After you apply it though, you'll be really suprised on how sharp it looks. To be honest it doesn't even look like there is a cover on it because its so sharp, and the nice thing about it is that it doesn't scratch as easy as the PSP LCD screen. If you do happen to mess it up, it only cost around 5 or 6 bucks so it's not a big deal. If you do not have a screen protector and you scratch your PSP screen, a new face plate for your PSP cost around 90 dollars last I checked and also replacing it voids the warranty. Hori also now offers the Hori Privacy Screen which is basically the same thing but the only thing different is that it helps hide what you're looking at if you don't want people to know. The screen only allows you to see the screen if you're directly in front of it as most PSP users will be while using it. If you have a nosey brother or cousin then as they try to look over your shoulder and take a peek they will be like "WTF mang," because they won't be able to see what you're looking at because the screen isn't visable at a side angle. Those noobs. 

    So in the end if you're looking into buying a screen protector for your PSP which I highly recommend because they are expensive and it would suck to scratch your PSP screen just because you didn't feel like dropping 6 bucks. You should buy a Hori Screen Protector because they offer great clear protection and a low cost, and if you're one of those people who like to look at........"things" on your PSP then get the Privacy Screen Protector so other people can't see what you're looking at. I give the the Hori Screen Protector a big A+ because it's only 6 bucks and it protects without you even knowing. 

Click Here to buy a Hori Screen Protector

 

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      T D 

      11 years ago

      they're good but the air bubbles are so annoying, i had to try about 3 times not to get any

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