(PRWEB) April 30, 2015
“Kristall” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly Tech Report, which features the latest and coolest technology products available to consumers. Andrew Tropeano, a technology expert and the host of NewsWatch, conducted the review and shared with viewers how this screen protector is efficient and effective.
Screen protectors are a necessary part of keeping phone and tablet screens scratch and smudge free. But as everyone knows, applying one of those screen protectors is extremely difficult. And it’s almost impossible to apply a screen protector without air bubbles. Well, a new product called the Kristall Liquid Screen Protector is getting a ton of attention from their incredibly simple but effective screen protector.
To use the screen protector, the user has to clean the screen and apply the screen protector - which comes in liquid form - to a phone, tablet, or laptop screen. The user waits a couple of minutes, then cleans it again, and it's applied to the phone. In 12 hours, the user’s screen will be fully hardened and they’ll have over a year worth of protection. And unlike noticeably raised screen protectors, they’ll be hard-pressed to detect this one. It protects from everyday scratches and gives users extra protection against fingerprints and smudges. The Kristall Liquid Screen Protector will be available on Amazon in the coming months for around $25.
To learn more, visit http://www.global-kristall.com today.
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