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Darkening privacy filter is designed for computer screens to provide worry-free privacy wherever you work. 3M's microlouver privacy technology allows only persons directly in front of the monitor to see the image on screen so this filter is excellent for high-traffic areas. Darken on-screen images from a side view with no blurring or distortion. Privacy filter is reversible for either glossy or matte screen finish. Using the matte side facing you reduces glare. Privacy filter also helps to protect your LCD panel from scratches and abrasions. Frameless-style filter stays attached even when notebook computer is closed. Viewing area is made of plastic.
Package Contents:PF12.5W9 Privacy Filter for Widescreen Notebooks (16:9) with Attachment Tabs
- PF12.5W9 Privacy Filter for Widescreen Laptop 12.5"
- Attachment Tabs
Assembly Required: No
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Environmental Certification: RoHS
Country of Origin: United States
|Manufacturer Part Number||PF12.5W9|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.3m.com|
|Product Name||PF12.5W9 Privacy Filter for Widescreen Laptop 12.5"|
Privacy filter keeps confidential information private. Only persons directly in front of the monitor can see the image on screen while others on either side of them see a darkened screen. It is great for high-traffic areas such as airports, airplanes, commuter trains, coffee shops and other public places. Filter is designed to fit wide-screen laptops. Filter includes your choice of two easy attachment methods. Reversible, matte side reduces glare and reflections. Lightweight, thin, frameless design protects display from dirt, debris and scratches. Clean easily with a soft cloth and water.
|Product Type||Privacy Screen Filter|
|Display Type Supported||LCD|
|Display Size Supported||12.5"|
|ProductTitle||3M PF125W9B Privacy Filter for Widescreen Laptop 12.5" - For 12.5"Notebook, Monitor|
|Limited Warranty||1 Year|
|Beach Audio Warranty|
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday, February 21, 2017.