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Can you recommend a good brand of screen protectors that don't require a wet application?

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Just looked at my Belkin PDA SCREEN OVERLAYS

I didn't find any mention of using water.

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screen protector

I got mine from It was only $8 with three pieces, and it was pretty easy to put on, too.

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