Today on the chopping block we have an offering from a well-established gadget accessoriser, Proporta!
Everyone wants to protect their electronic paraphernalia against unwanted screen scratching, but some of the less popular gadgets are often shunned in terms of pre-cut screen protectors.
I have a Sony NWZ series MP3 player and while I think it's the bee's knee's, it is one of the lesser spotted gadgets in the digital jungle.
As such, getting a pre-cut screen protector for it is near enough impossible, but i don't have to live in constant fear of a careless "key-in-pocket-oh-no-my-screen!"scenario.
Proporta bring us a cut-to-size baby that's easy to apply and re-apply on your favourite gadget!
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