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Old 03-27-2019, 01:26 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Can we get a link to the screen protector please?
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It also has the added benefit of making the touch screen more responsive.
Really? As responsiveness is generally a computing power issue, could this be your imagination?

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Is this compatible with capacitive screens as well? Please link the screen protector. The revero TPI I have in my Karma is a glare magnet and super distracting (much more than the original 2012 matte tpi).
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Really? As responsiveness is generally a computing power issue, could this be your imagination?

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It may well be my imagination since the marketing material says only that it maintains the original touch screen sensitivity. It may also be that without the glare or the more slippery surface my contact is more accurate. For whatever reason it definitely feels more responsive to me and is more visible. It still remains difficult to see with sunglasses on however.
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It may well be my imagination since the marketing material says only that it maintains the original touch screen sensitivity. It may also be that without the glare or the more slippery surface my contact is more accurate. For whatever reason it definitely feels more responsive to me and is more visible. It still remains difficult to see with sunglasses on however.
The reason the display is difficult to see with sun glasses is because it was fabricated with the internal polarizers in the wrong orientation for compatibility with polarized sun glasses. It's easy to verify this by rotating your polarized sun glasses and you will see that at an an unnatural orientation the display will improve significantly. By unnatural orientation, I mean you wouldn't want to wear your glasses at the optimum orientation for the display. I mentioned this to Fisker when they were still in business and they confirmed the problem. This is why I wear non-polarized sun glasses when driving my Karma. I used to be a principle engineer at an LCD company so I'm well aware of this issue. Almost all LCD manufactures orient the internal polarizers for maximum compatibility with polarized sun glasses.
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Is this compatible with capacitive screens as well? Please link the screen protector. The revero TPI I have in my Karma is a glare magnet and super distracting (much more than the original 2012 matte tpi).
Here’s what I used:

Lexerd - 2017 Chevrolet Bolt TrueVue Anti Glare Navigation Screen Protector (Dual Pack Bundle) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06X3R9XYD..._sydNCbB44MB48
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