MBP Unibody Privacy Screen


Hellishness

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he probably means a screen protector that appears black when not viewed from the front, so others next to you cannot see what you are looking at.
 

cys920622

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viewing_angle

"Narrow viewing cones of some types of displays have also been used to bring a measure of security in businesses, where employees handle private information in the presence of customers, banks being one example. Rectangular filters fitting to the computer monitors have also been sold as accessories for these kind of purposes."

After some searching around, I still can't figure out what the filter screen is exactly called. I know that banks use them on their computer screens.
 

dmbfan41

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What do you mean privacy screen?
a film you put on the glass to prevent people from looking at your screen. i found a few but im interested to know if anyone had a good experience with a certain brand/product.

edit: heard mixed reviews about various products that don't fit the mbp quite right, hopefully can find one that fits well.
 

phrint

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a film you put on the glass to prevent people from looking at your screen. i found a few but im interested to know if anyone had a good experience with a certain brand/product.

edit: heard mixed reviews about various products that don't fit the mbp quite right, hopefully can find one that fits well.
Here is one from 3M that I have seen in person. It looks nice but it is extremely expensive if purchased directly from them. I would give a MBP a nasty good look.

http://www.pcconnection.com/IPA/Shop/Product/Detail.htm?sku=10048041