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Eyecare Technology/TUV certified filter for Monitors

Realdeal36
  • 37 months ago

Since more monitor manufacturers are recognizing the importance of reducing how much blue light reaches a user's eye (i.e. Eyecare technology or TUV certified), I thought that the Monitors section could use a filter for this.

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  • 37 months ago
  • 1 point

Do these technologies even work? I have an eye care monitor, and when I turn it on, my monitor's settings just look messed up. f.lux does a better job, imo.

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