Svengali wrote:I've been using the tablet for about six months now and never put any screen protector on at all. The Gorilla Glass seems impervious to scratches so far and remains flawless after hundreds of hours use.
This is good to know. Thank you. I found some similar comments about screen protectors on an Android users forum , i.e. " The GNote glass is tough enough to resist scratches , so screen protector is not necessary and most of them make the experience of drawing with the S-Pen less than optimum" .
I can certainly report that the Zagg Invisible Shield screen protector is not at all suited to anyone who draws a lot and tends to press down hard when drawing (like I do) . The Zagg screen protector quickly becomes covered with small "grooves" or indentations made by pressing down with the pen tip . It doesn't make the tablet unusable for drawing, but it makes it less sensitive and it feels slightly "sticky" while drawing. When I finally removed it from my GNote I immediately noticed how much nicer it felt to draw on the tablet without the Zagg screen protector .