Using the laptop outdoors? here is the solution for the glare and the annoying reflections

March 22, 2007 § 1 Comment

laptop screen shadeOften someone seems to get on the market something so simple yet so useful that we might think “How on earth didn’t this appear when laptops were invented? ” or the jealous type “How the heck didn’t I thought of that?”.

For those of you tired of eye hurting glare this 25$ laptop screen shade is the thing to go for.

Or…better try a DIY project. Here’s a picture to stare at until you get the right way to make it:

laptop screen shade

This is a top view:

laptop screen shade

TheIThelper says that “the folding panels are made of ultra lightweight High Density Polyethylene, a highly durable, synthetic material that blocks 100% of light transmission”.

I for one am impressed with the idea in its simplicity but what about your eyes? If the computer screen’s glare is solved isn’t the too bright sun disturbing you from having a confortable seat in front of your laptop? Or should one use sunglasses? If sunglasses are worn then automatically the quality of watching the laptop screen is reduced.

But as long as I don’t have a laptop yet to use outside I can’t know for sure. Soon I’ll have one and I’ll make some experiments. Until then if any of you uses this let me know, i’ll update my site accordingly.

(source via Lifehacker)

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