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  Reply # 1431551 20-Nov-2015 09:37
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pulsta: I have had this on the 6p for 2 weeks and it's perfect! ~$21 NZD shipped takes a week or so to arrive...

http://www.intelliarmor.com/intelliglass-nexus-6p-the-smarter-real-glass-screen-protector.html


If you use the promo code intelli6p you can get 2 for the price of 1. Just tested and it still works.

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  Reply # 1431588 20-Nov-2015 10:31
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The ones we got from Supershieldz (via Amazon) fitted perfectly and looked and felt fantastic until I realised that the first batch had no cutouts for the proximity sensor.

They are sending free replacements so I expect the quality to be the same.




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  Reply # 1431616 20-Nov-2015 10:56
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z2k:
pulsta: I have had this on the 6p for 2 weeks and it's perfect! ~$21 NZD shipped takes a week or so to arrive...

http://www.intelliarmor.com/intelliglass-nexus-6p-the-smarter-real-glass-screen-protector.html


If you use the promo code intelli6p you can get 2 for the price of 1. Just tested and it still works.


Thanks for this, have just ordered two. Still haven't got the phone yet, but will have all the accessories ready for when I do.

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  Reply # 1431637 20-Nov-2015 11:33
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Thinking about the Intelliarmor one also just not sure about the cutout at the bottom on the latest revision. Murphy's law tends to apply to me far too often.

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  Reply # 1431723 20-Nov-2015 14:11
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Is it just me or are these screen protectors all a bit expensive?

I get the purpose of it and repercussions of not having one, though I still think paying over $20 seems a bit much. 

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  Reply # 1431729 20-Nov-2015 14:20
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If you do not mind the wait, the AliExpress prices cannot be beaten.

E.G. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Super-9H-2-5D-Nanometer-Explosion-Proof-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Protector-Guard-Film-For-Huawei-Google/32516349707.html

I
 have seen first hand how good glass protectors are so I always make sure I have a spare now.

I dropped my Nexus 4 or 5 onto some sharp stones, the screen protector shattered leaving the screen as new.




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  Reply # 1431730 20-Nov-2015 14:26
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robfish: If you do not mind the wait, the AliExpress prices cannot be beaten.

E.G. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Super-9H-2-5D-Nanometer-Explosion-Proof-Tempered-Glass-Screen-Protector-Guard-Film-For-Huawei-Google/32516349707.html

I
 have seen first hand how good glass protectors are so I always make sure I have a spare now.

I dropped my Nexus 4 or 5 onto some sharp stones, the screen protector shattered leaving the screen as new.


Now that's what I'm talking about. Thanks for that, screen protector sorted.

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  Reply # 1431731 20-Nov-2015 14:27
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rayray: Is it just me or are these screen protectors all a bit expensive?

I get the purpose of it and repercussions of not having one, though I still think paying over $20 seems a bit much. 


It's all relative though isn't it? if you had a $100 phone would you be happy paying $5 for a screen protector when it should cost less that $2?

$20 is a bargain!

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  Reply # 1431732 20-Nov-2015 14:31
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pulsta:
rayray: Is it just me or are these screen protectors all a bit expensive?

I get the purpose of it and repercussions of not having one, though I still think paying over $20 seems a bit much. 


It's all relative though isn't it? if you had a $100 phone would you be happy paying $5 for a screen protector when it should cost less that $2?

$20 is a bargain!


Totally agree.

With gorilla glass 4 on it, I just thought it's a bit much that's all. Anyways I'm going to order the Ali express one now.

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  Reply # 1431740 20-Nov-2015 14:41
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I ordered 2 from SuperShieldz (Amazon) before I could order the phone and before they realised that they had been making them without the required cutout for the proximity sensor.

I now await the 2 free replacements, 2 from iVoler (also Amazon) and 5 from AliExpress




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  Reply # 1431840 20-Nov-2015 16:48
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So I grabbed a Nexus 6P today. Impressive. First Nexus device that will be a daily driver I think.




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  Reply # 1431880 20-Nov-2015 17:35
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NZtechfreak: So I grabbed a Nexus 6P today. Impressive. First Nexus device that will be a daily driver I think.


Had a chance to test with any USB DAC's yet? No OTG required anymore?

Cheers

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  Reply # 1431888 20-Nov-2015 17:44
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Yep, they work:

[img]http://www.head-fi.org/content/type/61/id/1502544/[/img]




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  Reply # 1431889 20-Nov-2015 17:45
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^ Yegods Geekzone is annoying on Chrome mobile right now.




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  Reply # 1431923 20-Nov-2015 18:51
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Ahh.... Just realised these phones no longer do miracasting!

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