Nu-Screen HD polish resists annoying screen smudges
We are a little bit skeptical of the US$20 price tag, particularly because Nu-Screen HD just looks like a square tube of chapstick. And, while they guarantee it's safe for skin, we suspect that the Carnauba wax might contribute to facial acne. So if you're a pubescent mobile user, you might want to stick with frequent wiping.
To use Nu-Screen HD, you simply apply an X-pattern on your screen, polish with your finger, and let it cure overnight. To give it extra shine, you can polish it again with a micro-fiber cloth.
Beyond the resistance of oils, Nu-Screen HD will also make swiping gestures "slippery smooth". And as you've probably noticed, recently cleaned bare screens tend to be a little sticky when you're making swiping gestures.
The ad only mentions use on a bare screen, so we're not sure if it works as well on screen protectors. But a $20 tube will give you "hundreds of repeat applications," so maybe you can buy one and split it with your friends and family.
source: Nu-Screen Products via SlashGear
1. dwaynet19 (unregistered) posted on 08 Apr 2011, 14:23 0 0
Interesting, Has anyone tried this?
They claim you can try it free for 30 days.
6. Lance (unregistered) posted on 17 Apr 2011, 16:19 0 0
So there is a red flag that you don’t have a clue about what a polish or wax does.
I have use Nu-Screen for 4 months now on a phone that is a year old and it has made a HUGE difference.
(1) it helps to protect for dirt and other junk that can get on the screen
(2) it make the screen color richer an more clear.