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Seidio Pre Screen Guards

At some point this week, smartphone accessory maker, Seidio will begin selling a 2-pack version of their Ultimate Screen Guard for the Palm Pre.

Our Ultimate Screen Guard is usually a one time purchase for many of our customers. Because of its quality, most people find themselves replacing their device before their screen protector.

  • Designed precisely for your device for a perfect fit
  • Made from high quality materials that won’t scratch or tear easily
  • Protects the screen without hindering touchscreen capability
  • Very clear and barely noticeable once applied to your phone
  • Simple peel and stick installation – no messy liquids or glue required
  • Two pack for backups, or share with a friend!

I’ll be ordering the screen guards for my Pre later this week. If you want to order a set for yourself, check out the Seidio website for more details. In the past, I have used Seidio’s OEM-sized extended batteries and screen protectors with my Treo 700p and 755p and I have been very happy with their performance over the years. I’m expecting the same high quality products for my Pre.


  • Bill


    How is your further review of the Pre coming?

    Listened to 212, but nothing further yet

    on another subject do you know why Tyler Faux (sp?) has stopped doing the Palmaddict podcast?

  • Alan Grassia, Staff Writer

    Hello Bill,

    The Pre is a good phone. If you liked the Treo 755p or the Centro, then the Pre is the phone for you. I think that Palm webOS has a lot of potential.

    There are a few things that really still bug me, though. First of all, the Pre has Bluetooth A2DP (?) support so you can stream your music to a set to Bluetooth speakers. That is a very cool feature. However, the Bluetooth stack still has lots of problems with car kits and headsets. Palm really needs to get their collective butts in gear and get some more BT profiles coded and out on to the phones.

    The other thing that drives me nuts is the lack of apps. Palm has taken way too long to get the SDK out to developers and to get the payment system running in the App Catalog.

    I haven't spoken with Tyler in some time now. I don't see him online much any more. He has probably stopped recording the PA podcast for the same reason why it has taken me so long to get a new podcast out there: I just don't have the time to keep doing it.

    Alan G