3M EF200XLB Black Framed Anti-Glare Filter BlackGlare/Radiation Filters
For 18", 17"Monitor - View Complete Details
Product Number: MMMEF200XLB
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3M EF200XLB Black Framed Anti-Glare Filter Black - Antiglare/Radiation Filter features light-tint glass for improved contrast, reduces glare up to 99 percent and helps relieve eyestrain related to computer monitor use. Helps block VLF/ELF E-field radiation and reduces static charge when properly grounded. Filter includes LCD and CRT hanger arms.
- ISO compliant filter reduces screen glare by up to 90%.
- Light-tint glass.
- Grounded, antistatic frame.
- Meets AOA specifications.
- Assembly free frame.
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Q:I have computer invoked seizures. I have had seizures for a long time.However,as of early this year my doctor increased the dosage and the seizures went away.Now as of the last three weeks they have started again.The doctor suggests POLARAZIED SCREEN...no where to be found.Yet another doctor suggested that Anti Glare screen should help not invoke the seizures.My work is mostly computer related.
Does this product or will this product help.Readers kindly help with your suggestions since working on computers is my livelihood and currently I am out of work.Thanks in advance.Asked on 11/30/2014 by S