ViewSonic releases display filters against prying eyes

ViewSonic releases display filters against prying eyes

Modern PC monitors become larger and larger, and that is nice. They are gentler on your eyes and allow you to use resolutions never seen before. The problem is that large monitors make it easy for outside people to see documentation and information that is only for you. Clearly a solution is needed.

ViewSonic is fully aware of this issue and this is why the acclaimed monitor maker has released the first display filters that provide superior front-of-screen performance while preventing anyone outside a 60-degree viewing angle from seeing the content on the display. Called Privacy Filter Screen Protectors and developed with TechArmor technology, the filters are available in three popular sizes – 21.5 inches (VSPF2150), 23.6 inches (VSPF2360), and 27 inches (VSPF2700). The display filters also come with an anti-scratch layer that provides long lasting protection with no reduction in visual quality.

“Our customers expect nothing less than the very best front-of-screen performance and that balance between on-screen privacy and viewable performance requires the technology that 25 years of display expertise brings,” said Al Giazzon, vice president of marketing, ViewSonic Corp.

“We are more than excited to be working with a world class organization like ViewSonic, a leader in display technology that marries well with Tech Armor’s expertise in optical privacy and protection solutions for mobile and desktop displays”, said Joseph Jaconi, co-founder and general manager of Tech Armor, a leading provider of accessories and screen protectors for mobile devices.

The new ViewSonic Privacy Filter Screen Protectors will be available next month. They will sell for USD 99 (VSPF2150), USD 115 (VSPF2360) and USD 185 (VSPF2700).

Source: ViewSonic

Related posts

Thermaltake outs View 27 computer case

Thermaltake outs View 27 computer case

Thermaltake has announced a new computer chassis days after the company presented the Core G3 PC case. The new chassis is called View 27 and comes with a number of interesting features. For instance the case has a large side panel, which turns into the top panel. The resulting large side-top...

AMD plans Radeon R7 solid-state drives

AMD plans Radeon R7 solid-state drives

In the past decade AMD has greatly expanded its business. A long time ago the US chip maker was making and selling processors only but in 2006 the company began selling graphics processing units, which were then followed by accelerated processing units (APUs) and computer memory. Now AMD will...

Ice Age Village – build a village for you

Ice Age Village follows the popular cartoon movie and will place you in the shoes of a movie character whose main goal is to help his friends, relatives, family and more establish a new town on the ice. The game is colorful and does have nice graphics and sound although it...

Leave a comment