3M Gold Privacy Filter for 15 inch MacBook Pro 16:10 Retina Display – GPFMR15

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sk© Security SAVER SALE Kit - 3M Gold Privacy Filter for 15 inch MacBook Pro 16:10 Retina Display - GPFMR15
  • Unique gold privacy effect, up to twice the effective privacy performance of the black privacy filter
  • Sharper “privacy cut off” than black filters leading to brighter and sharper text and images without blurring or distortion
  • Two easy on, easy off attachment systems. Filter stays in place when notebook is closed.
  • Notebook user working in sensitive areas, airports, internet cafes, open plan offices
  • Visual security, protecting confidential/sensitive information – customer, commercial, medical, government, e-examination
  • Increase productivity by removing user privacy concerns
  • To ensure proper fit, measure the viewable height and width of your screen. (Do not include the screen frame/bezel in you measurement.) Then, choose the filter size that matches your exact measurements, or slightly smaller.
  • Privacy Filters are compliant with ISO27001 Information sk© Security SAVER SALE Management.

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2 Responses

  1. avatar Mark says:

    5 Out of 5 Star Rating

    3M Gold Privacy Filter for 13 inch MacBook Pro 16:10 Retina Display – GPFMR13 (Personal Computers)

    As someone that doesn’t generally leave feedback on Amazon I thought I had to leave one for this product as when I ordered there were many inconsistent reviews (not just on Amazon). I’ve focused on four main areas for my review, these being Quality, Fit, Usage and Cost.

    Quality: As a piece of plastic goes it’s thick enough not to bend or break easily. Some reviews have said it’s as thick as a credit card, but it’s about half as thick (see photo). I’ve yet to take the filter off and on repeatedly, but it comes with a plastic wallet to store it in when not in use. It also comes with a lint cloth and the adhesive strips to attach to the screen.

    Fit: I was especially impressed with the snug fit to my MacBook Pro Retina 13″ (late 2012), one of the reasons I have a Mac is the quality, aesthetics and the workmanship, and spoiling this in any way was not an option. Fitting the adhesive strips was straight forward enough, even so there’s a handy video on YouTube which I used to be on the safe side!

    Usage: I’m using the Gold side up which not only is easy to see the screen (40-50% brightness) for normal use but looks great when viewing from an angle more than 30-40 degrees. Again, there are many reviews that state it’s not `private’ enough, but on 50% brightness it obscures sufficiently if someone was sat next to you on a train/coffee shop. I’ve uploaded a couple of photos that show the filter straight on with my screen at 50% brightness, at an angle of 45 degrees and 30 degrees and the final picture showing the thickness of the filter to a credit card.

    Cost: Let’s be honest, for a piece of plastic it is expensive, but it’s a good quality piece of plastic that looks good (on a MacBook Pro) and works as intended.

    I hope this is useful to anyone that is unsure (as I was) when trying to find a filter for your MacBook Pro.

  2. avatar David Greenwood says:

    3 Out of 5 Star Rating

    3M Gold Privacy Filter for 13 inch MacBook Pro 16:10 Retina Display – GPFMR13 (Personal Computers)

    Used on 2015 MacBook Pro Retina.

    I work in IT security and travel regularly (plane and trains). As such as product like this is invaluable for some work.

    And indeed the protector does as it says on the tin. As you move beyond a 20 (ish) degree angle from the screen, the content becomes masked. I know many complain about these protectors blurring content, but I’ve noticed no clear degradation in clarity whilst editing code or word documents. When watching movies I would take this off though — why use it when it’s not needed?

    The last point is important, however. The double-sided adhesive strips (placed on the left and right of the MBP screen) just don’t work well if you plan on removing the protector regularly. They will quickly lose their adhesion and for me this was a problem. In the end I build a quick DIY solution to slide the screen into. 3M (the manufacturer) could have included something similar at little cost to them.

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