If you’re like me, you love your iPad for its many uses and its portability. And an Apple Pencil is fun to use for both writing and drawing on the tablet. But wouldn’t it be more rewarding if it felt more like writing and drawing on real paper?
This may be why I still use an old-school notebook for most of my notes and doodles. But now the SwitchEasy PaperLike iPad Screen Protectors offers an inexpensive way to make the iPad screen feel more like paper when you use Pencil.
And better yet, you can get the screen protector at 20% off in the Cult of Mac Store from October 14 through October 21. That’s a savings of $6.
SwitchEasy PaperLike iPad Screen Protector
After Apple launched its iPad stylus, simply called Pencil, and then the improved Pencil 2, the iPad tablet became more popular then ever for both work and play.
But as great as Cupertino’s stylus and tablet have been for productivity and entertainment, writing and drawing with them doesn’t quite feel like writing and drawing on paper.
Fortunately, SwitchEasy designed its PaperLike iPad Screen Protector to give that real feeling of precise writing and drawing you get on paper.
The highly responsive protector not only enriches the user experience that way, it also prevents fingerprinting and smudges on the screen, so you won’t have to clean it as often. And you can apply the screen protector to your iPad’s display in seconds.
Screen protector specificaions:
- Product dimensions : 292mm x 201mm
- Weight : 50g
Remember, you can get 20% off ($6) the SwitchEasy PaperLike iPad Screen Protector through October 21.
Where to buy: Cult of Mac Store