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dbrand announces Steam Deck screen protectors

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Not only are dbrand working to bring out a fancy case for the Steam Deck with a built-in stand, they've also announced their own Tempered Glass Screen Protector.

What you get:

  • Tempered Glass Screen Protector (×2)
  • Best-in-Class Touch Screen Sensitivity
  • Compatible With All Versions of Steam Deck
  • Alcohol Wipes (×2)
  • Dust Removal Sticker (×2)
  • Squeegee
  • Microfiber Cloth

Cost: $24.95, with shipping added depending on where you are. To have it shipped to me in the UK with tracking, it would add another $8.95, although without tracking delivery was $5. So together it's about £26.39. I have an order in, so will take a look whenever they arrive and let you know how they are. Same with the case. The Screen Protectors start shipping in April.

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