Designed for iPad, but works extremely well on "Le Pan II" tablet also. First you will need to trim about 1/2" off length and width, and this was easily done with a paper cutter giving very clean cut straight edges. Alternatively, since there is a protective peel-off sheet on both sides of the film you can mark the cut line with a fine marker and cut with scissors. The large pre-punched hole for the iPad camera was cut off as it was on the wrong edge for the Le Pan tablet. Lay the film (all three layers before having removed anything) on the tablet, mark location of camera and light sensor, and cut out with scissors.
Ensure your tablet surface is perfectly clean using the wipes provided. I spritzed one with a fine mist of water to do the cleaning, and used another wipe for drying. This worked very well.
Peel off the back protective film (numbered 1),and align with the top edge of your tablet glass. If you overlap onto the plastic frame it is not a problem but you will have a slight bubble at the edge due to the film not lying perfectly flat. Better to cut the film very slightly undersize.
Very carefully, slowly lay the film onto the screen. Use a credit card to squeegee the film onto the glass and if there are any bubbles at all simply lift back up on the film just to the bubble and continue laying using the credit card until bubble free. This laying down of the film may take about 5 minutes, but it IS possible to have a completely bubble free installation. When complete, simply peel off the top protective film with the #2 tab on it.
The protective film has not reduced the sensitivity in any noticeable way, and feels as slippery as the glass, which makes finger sliding very comfortable.