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Checkout what media has to say about ViewGuard® products:

 

 

For Travelers, Never a Shortage of Handy Gadgets

New York Times recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter in their Personal Tech section for travelers. Other recommended products include the Slingbox Solo, I-Glasses, Camera Mask by Liquid Image, and IGO Charge Anywhere.

 

Tired Eyes? A Look at 4 Remedies

The Wall Street Journal recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector as a solution for Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). The American Optometric Association (AOA) notes CVS symptoms include “…eye strain, blurred vision, seeing double, fatigue, dry or irritated eyes and headache.”

 

Hot Products: ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector

officePRO editor, Emily Allen, evaluates and recommend the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector for small, medium and large office usage stating, “If you have any glare on your monitor, or want to protect your screen, this is the product.”

 

ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector Review

NoteBookReview.com editor, Jerry Jackson, reviews and recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector asserting, “Bottom line…this is the best option for dealing with glossy screen[s].”

 

Rating the High-Tech Holidays Toys

James Pilcher of the Cincinnati Times recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Hangover Filter as a High-Tech Holiday Toy for LCD, LED and Plasma TVs.

 

En Route: Reduce Laptop and iPad Glare in Bright Settings

Staff editor, Dianne White, recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector for pilots to reduce glare and reflections of their Apple iPad “en route” to their destination.

 

Intelligen Keeps Unauthorized Eyes off Your Laptop

Sanjay Talwani of Government Video recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter for privacy and security concerns within the government sector.

 

Review – ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter

Diana Forbes, aka Gadget Grrl, who appears on news and talk shows across the United States, recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter offering, “Actually, the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter is a very good idea, especially if you are working on company data.”

 

Intelligen Competes With A Corporate Giant

Entrepreneur Media editor, Laura Tiffany, profiles Intelligen LLC for entrepreneurs and business executives based on its outstanding products and “…the agility to compete with 3M.”

 

Review – ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector

The Gadget Guy, David Novak, recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector asserting, “The ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector is excellent at reducing glare and reflections.”

 

Review – ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Hangover Filter

GearLog, from the editors of PCMag, lead gear guy, Troy Dreier, reviews and recommends the ViewGuard Anti-Glare Hangover Filter.

 

Intelligen Unveils ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Hangover Filter

Serial gadget guru, Mircea Marian, covers the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Hangover Filter offers, “Users can now position their high-gloss TVs in bright settings, including showrooms, waiting rooms and sunrooms.”

 

Review – ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter for Computers

High-tech grandma, Maryan Pelland, recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter asserting, “I am enjoying a more secure sense of privacy as I work with my laptop.”

 

Review – ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Hangover Filter for TVs

Khalid Hosein, head geek at Gizmos for Geeks, recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Hangover Filter for TVs stating, “There was no question that it absolutely reduced the glare and reflections of the afternoon sun coming in…”

 

Review – ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter

The Gadget Guy, David Novak, recommends the ViewGuard Anti-Glare Privacy Filter stating they “…are great for use in locations where mission critical or personal data needs to be protected.”

 

New Laptop and Mobile Accessories: May 2010

Lauren Haselton of Computer Shopper recommends the ViewGuard® Anti-Glare Privacy Filter for when “…you need to be sure the guy in the seat next to you on the plane can’t spy on your work…”