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Make your iPad experience even better with the latest Screen Protectors from 3M

Stand G28, The Gadget Show Live Christmas
30th November - 2nd December 2012, ExCeL London

Visit the 3M stand at the Gadget Show Live Christmas event for live demos, great competitions and give-aways, special promotions and more

Bracknell, UK, 30 October 2012 - Diversified technology company 3M is showcasing its new range of Fingerprint Fading and Anti-glare Screen Protectors for the Apple iPad on stand G28 at The Gadget Show Live Christmas Show, 30 November to 2 December 2012 at London ExCeL. Visitors will have the chance to win new products, receive exclusive online discounts via a virtual store and interact with live product demonstrations in-action, showing how they combat every-day display issues including glare, reflections, and annoying finger prints, without compromising functionality.

Visitors to the stand can use their smartphone or tablet to scan the QR code shop window, gaining access to the 3M Select virtual store: http://www.3mselect.co.uk/, and receive special discounted prices for on-the-spot purchases that can be delivered direct to your home, so no need to carry your purchases around the show all day, surely the perfect way to finish off your Christmas shopping! There will also be competitions and giveaways announced on the stand using Facebook and Twitter.

"At this year's Gadget Show Live Christmas we're not only showing live demos of our latest products on the stand, but also offering visitors the chance to win them and receive exclusive discounts using their smart device," said Rob Green, Marketing Co-ordinator, 3M Mobile Interactive Solutions Division. "We know people treasure their iPads and enjoy using them for both pleasure and work, and want to be able to pick them up and use straight away. With our new screen protection technologies, iPad users no longer need tolerate annoying reflections and glare on the screen, or have to clean on-screen finger prints left behind by family members or friends."

The new range of screen protection films from 3M's Mobile Interactive Solutions Division (MISD) consists of two product lines: one delivers vivid viewing clarity and reduced front surface reflection on the screen; the other is designed to fade fingerprints away for a cleaner, newer-for-longer looking screen that requires less cleaning.

The 3M Natural View Fingerprint Fading Screen Protector and Back Skin for the Apple iPad 2 and New iPad 3rd Gen has an ultra-clear glossy surface designed to fight fingerprints by fading them away, disappearing over time. The durable film keeps the screen in a pristine, 'just like new' condition, protecting from scratches and damage that can be caused by every-day use, especially when the iPad is used for keeping the children entertained watching cartoons, or in the kitchen for on-screen recipes.

The 3M Natural View Anti-Glare Screen Protector for Apple iPad 2 / iPad 3rd Gen enhances the viewing experience with a matte screen that reduces glare and mirror-like reflections to improve the screen readability in ambient light, whilst maintaining a high level of image quality. The smooth surface means fingers won't stick even when damp and is fingerprint resistant.

Both screen protectors create a smooth-touch, easy-glide surface protecting against daily damage with a stay clean edge technology for crystal clear image clarity. The innovative alignment application strip and residue-free adhesive makes it simple to apply in minutes, and it is easily removed with no residue left on the screen. Highly durable, they provide protection from scratches and scuffs, without interfering with the functionality of the touch screen or the resolution of the display.

For more information, please visit: http://www.gadgetshowlive.net/

3M is a trademark of 3M Company.
Apple and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries.

About 3M
3M captures the spark of new ideas and transforms them into thousands of ingenious products.

Our culture of creative collaboration inspires a never-ending stream of powerful technologies, creating innovative products that help make the world healthier, safer and more productive. Well known 3M brands include Scotch, Post-it, Scotchgard, Thinsulate and Scotch-Brite.

With $30 billion in sales, 3M employs 84,000 people worldwide and has operations in more than 65 countries. The UK and Ireland is home to one of the largest 3M subsidiaries outside the USA, employing 3,200 people across 19 locations, including 10 manufacturing sites.

Products manufactured in the UK include coated abrasives, occupational health and environmental safety equipment, adhesive tapes, industrial microbiology products, drug delivery systems, high-performance coatings, secure documents and passport scanners.

For more information, visit www.3M.co.uk or follow @3M_UK on Twitter.

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