HP Support Forums
Join in the conversation.
03-15-2010 10:47 PM
Anyone know of a good screen protector for the TM2 that doesn hinder the touch screen? I have done a search but nothing comes up. Maybe its just too new for now.
Will a TX2 screen protector fit? I don't have a TX2 so I can't compare the screen sizes.
03-19-2010 09:42 PM
I am using the Photodon protector for the TX2. It's honestly a bit small. They will cut them to size. I found videos online and apparently the Photodon interfered the least as far as glare reducing screen protectors go. It does reduce the touch sensitivity some, but I've noticed very little difference after initial adjustment. I like to take my college assignments and reading to the park with the kids and the nice mirror screen does not do well for that, so I went for the glare reducing despite the bit of fuzziness that results. The display works quite nice in spite of it. The inking, which I thought was excellent before the protector, is actually even better. I think the minute amount of texture actually enhances pen action. My two cents. I'm ordering another custom fit to size presuming my replacement machine performs better than my initial. I'm having a ton of post errors. I think it's bios, honestly, but HP offered me a deal I'm having a hard time refusing...still very torn. I ordered this to my specs with nearly every upgrade included. The replacement would not have my fingerprint reader and I've been trying to go without it to determine whether I can live without it. Frankly, in tablet mode, it's a godsend, although it is not nearly as functional as my old Toshiba laptop's was...It would register far more websites and programs than the one included with the tm2...still, logging on from sleep in slate is miserable without it! I tried an app that lets you sign your name instead, but it doesn't seem to like Win 7 64 no matter what I do, including unpacking the MSI and manually placing files in folders.
Sorry, got off topic...but give Photodon a try.
03-04-2011 08:37 AM
I bought one that I'm using now, but it doesn't seem to work very good when I try to use my fingers. It seems to rub, like rubber instead of being smooth.
Anyone have any recommendations? It's a new HP tm2 tablet PC with a capacitive screen, so I can't use my nail like I could on my old tablet pc. It's a 12.1" wide screen.