Recently, I thought of armoring a long term protective material for my Mac so I marched to the Digital Hub to grab Capdase Screen Protector(Php1,250 - 10% discount) and a Moshi Clearguard Keyboard Protector(Php1,450 - 10% discount). There is nothing to brandish about a screen protector because every gadget has it as a basic staple, although I must admit that the Capdase's crystal clear anti-glare property is outstanding.
But the Moshi Clearguard is something. Professing to be a purveyor of electronics fashion, they have wide array of products from an assortment of devices, MacBook, iPhone/iPod, iPad, etc. Moshi carries bezel anti-glare, keyboard silicon protector, mouseguard, card readers, port replicators, headset, sleeve, wipes, iPhone/iPod cases, etc.
The Clearguard I bought has an unparalleled quality amongst all keyboard protectors. For one, it is so thin and is probably the clearest of them all. It fits perfectly on the square keys of my MacBook Pro and you barely notice that it's there. It's like a keyboard condom(pardon the pun). It is made of a 0.01mm thin, non-toxic engineering grade thermoplastic urethane.
I have apprehensions at first in buying screen protectors because I feel like it would impede my typing speed. But the thin membrane of the Cleaguard is so astutely fitting for those hands who doesn't have to press hard in order to get right keyboard characters. The keys will have around 90% of their original feel but it isn't necessarily a letdown since the silicone will provide a higher grip on the keys.
Since it is the clearest in its class, the keyboard illumination will not be hardly affected.
Some friends though who have been using this one for an extended period of time complained of an unpleasant cloudy effect that cannot be removed even after washing. But let's see where this keyboard protector leads me.