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May 24, 2007

Ultimate LCD TV Protection for Klutzy Wii Owners

If you're one of those unfortunate types who has a habit of flinging your Wii remote through your $2000 LCD TV, you might want to check out a new LCD Safety Shield from a Taiwanese company called LCDArm. According to

The Safety Shield fits 30-46" screens. Need more features for this super-sexy TV sneezeguard? Straight from the PR pitch's mouth:
  • 1. Protection strong impacted resistance.
  • 2. Light transmissive rate over 98%
  • 3. Invisible frame and transparency
  • 4. Protect Panel from scratches and dust.
  • 5. Reduces ultraviolet (UV) rays and health to human eyes ->option

Wow! That's about as sexy as the plastic cover on your $2500 leather couch. Oh well, what's a klutz to do? No details on availability or pricing.


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Posted by William Hungerford at May 24, 2007 4:25 PM

Recent Comments

It's an ideal entry level solution, however it doesn't offer any real protection from abuse, such as potential theft or people throwing things at the screen.
Some idiot only has to thrown liquid on the unit and it's dead! This happens lots in pubs.


Posted by: Tony Bradley at October 8, 2008 12:20 PM

Another product out that that is a bit more refined is TV Armor. It has straps and spacers
to let the screen flex and absorb an impact.



Posted by: Michael Cunningham at May 19, 2008 3:43 PM
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