|05 Mar 2010||#3|
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There is a small difference between them.
A Screen Protector will be fixed to the screen like a film (can be removed if required, though not frequently).
A Screen Filter will not be fixed on to the screen, but hang in front of the screen and can be removed whenever required.
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