Right so it seems its down to the Acer or the XoomI bought two sets, one for the Acer Aconia (I thought given the case seems for one seems to be very popular, maybe the screen protector would be fine). I found it would need trimming - too wide.
I also bought some for Motorola Xoom - these fit OK - pretty good vertically, not quite wide enough (by that I mean to cover all the screen including the black border). There's a small hole at the top, presumably for a camera - but that is only over the black bit, anyways.
I skewed the protector to mostly cover the soft buttons on the right hand side, the protector still covers all the active part of the screen, and I haven't noticed any difference in responsiveness.
Thank you and the screen is still nice and smooth to use and responsive as it was before ?The ones I got for the Acer would need trimming, the ones for the Xoom wouldn't - and were a better fit. Out of those 2 choices, go for ones for the Xoom.
The Xoom ones would be perfect, but for a small portion of the black border on the left of the screen that's not covered (Hannspad in landscape orientation, screen protector skewed a bit to the right to cover the capacitive buttons).
OK first they came todayHave to say, haven't noticed any difference in responsiveness - that said, the Hannspad isn't the last word in a responsive touchscreen - but it doesn't appear to have made it any worse - or made any difference, for that matter.
If you get them, could you post back to the thread with your feedback on them - especially how they fit? (they don't look to be the same as the Motorola Xoom ones I bought - mine just have a circular cut-out for the camera in the middle of the top).