Anti-Glare screen for iPad?

Can anyone recommend a good "anti-glare" screen for an iPad (I have an iPad 2)? I could really care less about the "protector" aspect. but that's a nice to have as a secondary thing, I just need something to get rid of glare for when I'm reading, etc.
I don't usually read in direct sunlight, but would be nice to have the option next to a pool.

I know a kindle is best for reading, however I really don't want to carry 2 devices and I already own an iPad.

I've look around and there's hundreds of "protectors", and even some that say anti-glare. However, when you read the reviews it's not REALLY anti-glare, it's JUST a protector.
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
I got this one for mine and my wife's iPads and it works great.

And the price is right too.

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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
The Tech Armor one above is nice.  So is this one from IONIC:
ITAddictAuthor Commented:
I'm going to have to go with this answer (with good reviews). After reading through the reviews on the OTHER suggestion, the majority of the reviews say the anti-glare either doesn't work or is very poor.
Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
Thank you.  Glad I could help.  And be careful with your iPad around the pool.  I've seen a few go in or get dropped on the cement.  Neither one is pretty.
ITAddictAuthor Commented:
No, thank you!
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