Cell phone privacy screen protector can effectively protect business secrets and personal privacy. Whether for work, study, communication or entertainment, it makes the use of mobile phones free. It can also help senior business personnel, lawyers, consultants, and financial personnel in the company avoid business losses caused by leakage of screen information when using mobile phones.
The main function of the cell phone privacy screen protector is to protect screen privacy, prevent peeking and protect the information on the screen. It can make the screen information visible on the front but invisible on the side, preventing people sitting next to you seeing the screen content. From the structure of the cell phone privacy screen protector, it is controlled by the angle of light, changing the wide viewing angle of the screen (such as the 175-degree viewing angle of the display) into a narrow viewing angle (30 degrees). Through the grating structure arranged side by side, at a certain angle, the transmitted light is blocked by the grating and cannot pass through. The grating is formed by mixing resin and color paste through mold rolling and curing, showing a gray-black color. The gap of the grating is usually 0.02~0.1mm.
Cell phone privacy screen protectors are divided by the viewing angles of commercially available products, which can be divided into left and right 25 degrees viewing angle, left and right 30 degrees viewing angle, left and right 45 degrees viewing angle, etc. The smaller the viewing angle is, the greater the privacy angle becomes. And it will make the anti-peeping effect better. According to the anti-peep direction, it can be divided into left and right anti-peep (i.e. 180 degrees anti-peep) and four sides anti-peep (i.e. 360 degrees anti-peep, four sides up and down, left and right). The thickness of the cell phone privacy screen protectors is about 0.15mm~0.6mm.
People who need to buy cell phone privacy screen protectors
1. Confidentiality professionals in finance, management and law;
2. Office workers who occasionally check personal information in the office;
3. People who often use mobile phones in densely populated places such as subways and elevators;
4. People who take the test in the computer room.