Wired Magazine Gives NuShield’s DayVue Film the Nod

It’s not every day that the product you’ve spent so many years of your life working hard to perfect gets written about in an incredibly popular national newsstand magazine. Yet that’s exactly what happened to us here at NuShield during the first week of August, when Wired magazine reporter Tim Moynihan published an article on the Wired website titled, “The Days of Squinting at Laptops in the Sun Are Almost Over.”

wired magazineAs its title suggests, Moynihan’s article mulled over the various reasons laptop screens are so hard to see while working outside in the sun. There are, in fact, a number of different reasons your average laptop screen doesn’t play well with sunlight. Some of those explanations are fairly technical, while others aren’t much more than plain common sense. If you’re interested in the specifics, click here to give the story a read.

Frankly, though, at NuShield we’re more interested in solving the laptop glare problem than in wondering why the issue is the way it is. And as Moynihan rightly points out, we have that solution in the form of our DayVue screen protection film.

wired magazine“NuShield’s DayVue film can be placed over your screen and makes your screen readable in direct sunlight,” Moynihan writes, “even if you’re wearing polarized sunglasses. The film basically works against the nature of your glare-prone screen by canceling out reflecting light but still letting enough through so you can, you know, see it. It also fights bluish light so that it’s readable when you’re wearing sunglasses; otherwise, the display can get too dark.”

If glossy, unreadable laptop screens are also a problem for you, head on over to the ‘Order Now’ page on our website, and take a look at the list of some 12,000 different devices for which we can currently supply films. You’ll almost certainly find your laptop listed in our directory, but if you don’t, not to worry: NuShield can create new film sizes to fit your device without any extra cost.

You can learn more about the DayVue film here, and when you’re ready, click here to purchase a DayVue screen protector for your own laptop. You’ll be back to working outside—in the sun, no less—in no time.