First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors

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Sold under several names, Capdase’s new line of iPod and iPhone screen protectors are designed to cover part or all of a given model’s face and controls. PrivacyGuard is sold in separate iPhone and iPod touch versions, each with a lenticular screen guard that becomes opaque when viewed off-angle. Oddly, the iPod touch version also includes a rear protector and separate top and bottom face covers, while the iPhone version is a full face protector with no proximity sensor cut-out or rear protector. ScreenGuard is a different offering for the iPhone, sold in anti-glare and crystal clear versions, each consisting solely of a full face protector. SkinGuard is sold for the iPod touch, classic, and nano, each including a rear protective sticker; the touch version also includes an anti-glare or crystal face protector, while the iPod classic and nano ones have separate screen and Click Wheel guards. Each comes with a cleaning cloth.

First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors


First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors

First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors

First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors

First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors

First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors

First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors

First Look: Capdase PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard & SkinGuard Film Protectors

 

Our Rating

NA
Not Rated

Company and Price

Company: Capdase

Website: www.capdase.com

Models: PrivacyGuard, ScreenGuard, SkinGuard

Price: $TBD

Compatible: iPod nano, classic, touch, iPhone

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Jeremy Horwitz

Jeremy Horwitz was the Editor-in-Chief at iLounge. He has written over 5,000 articles and reviews for the website and is one of the most respected members of the Apple media. Horwitz has been following Apple since the release of the original iPod in 2001. He was one of the first reviewers to receive a pre-release unit of the device, and his review helped put iLounge on the map as a go-to source for Apple news.