Confidentiality is a human nature; however our laptops expose this when in public. Curiosity from wandering eyes is undoubtedly uncontrollable. People sitting beside you or passing by tend to intentionally and unintentionally take a quick peek at your screen for many reasons. Celicious Privacy Plus for Dell Precision 17 7720 is a 4-way privacy screen protector that helps protect confidential information from prying eyes by narrowing the viewing angle so that the screen is only visible to individuals directly in front of the screen. This is achieved via the embedded micro-louver technology that blacks out the screen at an angle of 45 degrees either side of the lit display without blurring or image distortion. It is engineered to offer privacy for when your laptop is used in either portrait or landscape orientation. Celicious Privacy adheres firmly to the screen with its advanced silicone based adhesive backing offering a smooth glossy oleophobic surface. The pack includes a privacy screen protector, an application kit and guides. (For optimal privacy effect it is recommended to adjust screen brightness accordingly.)
Features & Highlights
- 4-way privacy film screen protector designed specifically for the Dell Precision 17 7720
- Helps protect confidentiality by narrowing the viewing angle to 45 degrees either side of the screen in both portrait or landscape orientations
- Glossy surface with an oleophobic coating offering smooth glass-like feel
- Advanced silicone based adhesive backing bonds firmly to the flat surface of the screen without any air bubbles
- Pack includes: 1 x screen protector, application kit and application guides
|Item Weight:||0.04 pounds|
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Confidentiality is a human nature; however our laptops expose this when in public. Curiosity from wandering eyes is undoubtedly uncontrollable. People sitting beside you or passing by tend to intentionally and unintentionally take a quick peek at you...