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do wacom screen tablets (namely the wacom one) need a screen protector? Are they really made to Withstand years of rubbing with a stylus without scratching? Or do people just accept scratches?


any recommended brand of screen protector? with minimal distortion and cloudiness, and a toothy feel
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You don't need a screen protector anon. They're made to be used for years. Just keep it clean and dont treat it like trash
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Really depends, Wacom tablets all have a relatively rough matte texture that's supposed to emulate the physical feel of pen on paper. Some people complain it wears the nibs down pretty fast.
I've been using a plastic screen protector on my Intuos, makes the surface slick which I don't mind. It's not a screen tablet though, so I never see the glare.
If you're ok with the texture and having to replace nibs then don't bother
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the nibs are of a weaker material. unless you scratch it with aknife there's little to worry about



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