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    I'm new to the Touchpad and i use it quite often, is there a better way of preventing all of the fingerprints on the back? Sometimes i dont have my cleaning cloth with me and my Touchpad looks bad from the back. Any suggestions on any protector or would a screen protector work on the back of the Touchpad?
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    Any of the full body protectors will work. I'm UK based and bought a Stealth Shieldz set from eBay which cuts down on finger prints on the front as well at the back and gives a better grip all round.
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    Wear thin leather gloves (capacitive screen should still register your touch if they're thin). Then you, too, can look cool, not just your touchpad.
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    Get the HP Case. I love it. It was like 25bucks on amazon w free shipping. It covers the entire back and all you have to do is clean the screen. No more finger prints on the back. Also, I love the way it coverts into two stand options. You will like it very much. Also, if you get a generic case, you will most likely cover the gesture areas. Give it a try.

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    The plastic really is a bad design, didn't like it on my iPhone 3G either. I went the inexpensive carbon fiber vinyl route. You can pick up a sheet enough for a few backings at Autozone for $10 or so, or go the eBay route and get sheets for a couple of bucks shipped.
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    a coat of carnuba wax every week helps.
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    Yep, I have this on both my TP and iPad. I like the texture of the skin and it fits perfectly.

    Pay a bit extra and get a screen protector that is anti-fingerprint. I did and it makes a big difference.
    sent from my 32gb Touchpad
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    I picked up this "Padded easel case" from Philips.(at Tar get for $14.99 Clearance section.)

    It was designed for the original iPad but works great with Touchpad


    Go to the Philips USA site to look at specs....

    http://www.usa.philips.com/c/noteboo...ln1720_17/prd/
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    Look into these.
    ZAGG | invisibleSHIELD | Cases, Screen Protectors, Covers, Shields, Skins, Invisible Shield
    Expensive, but very nice. I bought an iPad1 version for my touchpad from invisibleSHIELD | iPod Cases, Screen Protectors, Covers, Shields, Skins, Invisible Shield (Order from here if you're in AU) which works nicely.

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