There's no question about it: Laptops with touchscreens are a fun and versatile way to get information. The un-fun part is when you're left with wear marks or scratches, and even irritating fingerprints and smudges left from touching your screen so much.
Whether you use your touchscreen in the workplace, or at home, Photodon's high-quality, Touché brand screen protectors will block the abuse of everyday use.
Photodon carries many of the most popular touchscreens including screen protectors for HP, Acer, Dell, and Apple products. And the good news is, if we don't have the screen protector you're looking for, we'll be happy to custom cut one for you at no additional charge. Simply provide us the dimensions and we'll cut a film to your specifications.
Photodon does a lot of business with large and small corporations and we can offer substantial discounts to those who are seeking bulk pricing.
Request more information, or give us a call Monday through Friday, 9:00-5:00. We're located in the Eastern time zone in Traverse City, Michigan.
Hospitals and medical offices would greatly benefit from privacy filters on their computer monitors and other electronic devices so that patient information is viewed only by those persons who are authorized to see the information. Photodon carries three types of privacy filters: Two are adhesive (Two-way Privacy filters and Four-way filters) and the third is non-adhesive and 2-way. We specialize in custom cutting.
MXA Makes Colors Pop – Great for Gamers and Graphic Designers
Describing film types can be difficult, but Photodon's MXA Crystal Clear is the only anti-reflective film that we carry, and so it has a distinct difference over the other clear films that we sell. (Note: Photodon carries several types of anti-glare film, but only one anti-reflective film).
MXA's anti-reflective coating twists the light emitted from a screen, which has the effect of making the whites whiter and colors sharper. Images seem to "pop" and look a little tweaked up when putting this film on your device. For this reason, MXA is very popular with anyone who is interested in screen protectors that will not only do an excellent job at protecting the screen, but will also enhance a display's image. Gamers, graphic designers, movie buffs, and retailers who have digital displays that they want to protect and draw special attention to — all these types of customers love our MXA film.
Imagine a tinker-toy being launched full force at your new large screen high definition 3D TV. You see it happening and wish you could hit the re-wind button on real life because now your screen is cracked. You love the little toy hurler, but right now, you pretty much have to put yourself in time-out in order to refrain from exploding on the spot.
You love your Mac products, but you're not really dig'n the glossy on your screen? Not everyone does!
No worries though as we have an affordable and practical way to reduce the glare on your screen.
The most popular anti-glare screen protector in our product line is our MXH film — which offers approximately 25% in glare reduction. This film has a light matte finish, yet our customers love it because it maintains a share image quality. MXH is a high quality film that will protect your screen from accidental damage and fingerprints.
Having your digital signage or kiosk machine displayed where the world can touch it is risky business. Digital advertising and interactive touch screens are expensive, yet they're made to be used. Applying Photodon's screen protective film to your screen is a low-cost insurance that protects your display from scratching, marring, fingerprints and other damage.
Cut out the glare and reduce your eye strain!
"Eye strain does not have serious or long-term consequences, but it can be disruptive and unpleasant" says the Mayo Clinic. "It can make you tired and reduce your ability to concentrate."
Eye strain (also known as asthenopia) is caused by overuse of the eyes. Activities such as reading for long periods of time or focusing too long at a computer screen or on other tedious visual tasks are some of the common culprits contributing to wide-spread asthenopia. We hear from many people about the eye strain they experience caused by staring at the computer screen for too long which leads to a condition know as Computer Vision Syndrome (or CVS).
Visual health can be negatively affected when eyes are exposed to long periods of glare from monitors or other electronic devices. Many people are not aware that their eyes are being hit with glare from their screen. The result can be unexplained headaches and eye fatigue. In fact, headaches are a chief complaint amongst some of our customers who are looking for anti-glare solutions. Long-term damage to the eye can also occur when it is constantly exposed to glare on a screen.
Here are ten ways to help reduce glare on your screen, which will, in turn, promote eye health.
Check for screen surface reflections by looking into your screen with the monitor off. When the monitor is on, the reflections may not be as apparent These reflections can obscure the screen image you want to see, causing unnecessary distractions and eye-strain. Observe and implement as many of these glare reduction ideas as possible: