KEEP YOUR COMPUTER SCREEN PRIVATE!
Everyone else, including co-workers, strangers, or even competitors, will see a black screen.
Developed in Switzerland, using advanced privacy technology, our filters mount to your computer monitor or your laptop, ensuring your information remains private and confidential.
It is the ideal solution for open office settings, healthcare providers, financial institutions or when travelling.
Advanced privacy technology
60° privacy angle
18% brighter than competitors
Matte or glossy
2 installation options
Designed in Switzerland
Trusted all over the World
What is a Computer Privacy Filter?
Also known as a computer privacy screen, a privacy filter has been specifically designed so computer users can keep their private and confidential information just that – private and confidential. With a privacy filter, a computer user can work in a crowded area like an airport, train, bus, coffee shop, or office, without having to worry about strangers looking at their screen.
Privacy filters are used to protect information and sensitive data for banking, insurance, human resources, finance, trade, medical personnel and medical examination rooms. They are used by government officials in control of sensitive operations and also by homeowners who enjoy their privacy. Basically, anyone who prefers to keep their private information ‘private’ should use a computer privacy screen.
How a Computer Privacy Filter Works
A computer privacy filter decreases the viewing angle, which means that the only person able to view the image on the screen is the person sitting immediately in front of the computer. No more having to worry about shoulder surfers and prying eyes! Anyone standing, sitting, or walking at a different angle will see either a completely blacked out screen or a distorted image.
There Are Various Types of Computer Privacy Screens
While there are a number of privacy filters available on the market, the most common computer privacy screens
Installation of Computer Privacy Filter
Privacy filters have been designed to quickly fit or detach, and fit snugly into the bezel for both regular and widescreen displays. Installing a computer privacy screen is typically very simple: it either involves using transparent sticky tape to permanently attach the filter to your screen, or clips or brackets that attach to the monitor allowing the filter to slide in and out. The MacBook range uses a patented technology whereby suction tape allows the filter to be attached and removed without leaving any trace.
The Advantages of Using a Computer Privacy Filter
Besides providing privacy for the computer user, a privacy filter reduces glare and radiation generated from computer displays, protects sensitive intellectual property, prevents headaches from computer use, it helps prevent Presbyopia (the weakening of eye muscles), provides anti-blue light protection, and it will protect your computer screen from scratches, abrasions, and dust.
Any user who stores personal and confidential information on their computer would obviously prefer that this information
Monitor-glare can be a huge problem for some computer users. A computer privacy screen offers enormous relief and protection from monitor glare. Because most privacy screens are treated with an antiglare coating you’ll find viewing much easier on your laptop or monitor when in sunlight or other glare situations.
Using a computer privacy screen ensures that your monitor’s screen is protected from fingerprints, scratches, smudges, and dust.
Anti-Blue light Protection
A good computer privacy filter will protect your eyes from a significant amount of blue light being emitted from your screen, without affecting visibility.
Effective and Affordable
A computer privacy filter is the most effective and affordable way to protect your sensitive information, whether at work or out in the public. And they’re not expensive! In fact, they’re extremely affordable, ranging from between 25.99€ and 89.99€. Privacy filters come in almost every size, including widescreen formats, so there’s really no need for any computer user to risk compromising their sensitive information.