Thanks to Steve Bass for this:
I’m at the Consumer Electronics Show, finding the products that you
(and I) can use. I spent three hours at CES Unveiled last night —
along with 40, 000 other journalists crammed a too-small banquet room.
(Oh, what I do for you…)
I spotted the Invisible Shield, a super thin transparent film that
protects electronic devices — the ubiquitous iPod, iPhone, cell
phones, digital cameras… you get the idea.
It has a lifetime warranty and purported to be scratch-proof. I
watched as a company rep used a ballpoint pen and tried scratching
the Invisible Shield. From the short demo, it worked.
The invisible shield is cheap — anywhere between $10 and $25,
depending on the device. You can buy one on their site and get a
50-percent discount one week after the CES show closes.