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  • Privacy Screen for Monitors

    Trust Kensington, the choice of IT professionals, to help protect the sensitive information on your monitor and reduce the chances of wandering eyes viewing confidential data on your screen. FP Series Monitor Privacy Screens limit the field of vision to +/- 30 degrees so a person off to the side...

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  • Laptop Privacy Screens

    Trust Kensington, the choice of IT professionals, to help protect the sensitive information on your laptop and reduce the chances of wandering eyes viewing confidential data on your screen. FP Series Laptop Privacy Screens limit the field of vision to +/- 30 degrees so a person off to the side...

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  • Snap2™ Privacy Screens for Monitors

    Protective films improve the longevity and image quality of flat panel displays. The top-mounted films cling to screens with different shapes -- without hassle, adhesive or cumbersome frames. The hard-coated and textured surface protects sensitive screens, reduces glare, and improves viewing...

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  • Laptop Privacy Screen - 14.1"/38.5cm
    Laptop Privacy Screen - 14.1"/38.5cm

    Protect the sensitive information on your screen while also protecting the screen itself from scratches and damage with the Kensington Privacy Screen for 14.1"/38.5cm Laptops. Great for airplanes and other close quarters at preventing prying eyes from seeing what's on your laptop screen. And...

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  • Privacy Screens for MacBook Pro

    Trust Kensington, the choice of IT professionals, to help protect the sensitive information on your MacBook Pro 13-inch and 15-inch to reduce the chances of wandering eyes viewing confidential data on your screen. MP Series Laptop Privacy Screens limit the field of vision to +/- 30 degrees so a...

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