Monday, 12 August 2019 18:53

ZAGG's InvisibleShield Launches Ultra VisionGuard and Ultra Clear for the Note10 and Note10+ with blue light protection

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Everyone should know by now that modern devices emit blue light which sends a wake-up signal to the brain and can keep us awake at night. One way to defeat this is with blue-light blocking glasses, but a screen protector that does this is even better!

Ok, so Samsung announced that its new Note 10 smartphone models actually emit less blue light by default and by design, without altering colour, but screen protectors that have blue light filters built-in are another excellent solution.

ZAGG's InvisibleShield already offered this for iPhones last year, so it's available for iPhones too, and now it is available for Samsung's latest and greatest, with its new Ultra VisionGuard protecting your eyes and your phones, and Ultra Clear protecting your phones.

Naturally, InvisibleShield says it is "the leading global innovator in screen protection", and that its Ultra VisionGuard brings "next-level protection to Samsung’s latest smartphones by providing protection that goes beyond drops, dings and shattered screens" by being "engineered with Eyesafe technology", helping "to protect users’ vision from harmful high energy visible (HEV) blue light emitted by their device".

Steve Bain, general manager for InvisibleShield said: "The newly launched Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ are powerful handsets with added capabilities that allow users to do much more than simply stay connected. But, with more functionality comes more to protect, and that’s where InvisibleShield comes in.

"Our Ultra VisionGuard and Ultra Clear products offer consumers unparalleled impact and scratch protection resulting in peace of mind knowing the screen of their new device is out of harm’s way.”

So, what are more details?

We're told that "InvisibleShield Ultra VisionGuard provides the same advanced shatter protection found in InvisibleShield’s Ultra Clear, and it also protects against HEV blue light without distorting the appearance of the Note10 and Note10+ screen.

"Featuring a thinner design, Ultra VisionGuard offers improved touch sensitivity and a unique surface finish for a glass-like feel. Self-healing Nano-Memory Technology™ is scientifically formulated with smart molecules to heal minor scratches and dings."

And what about InvisibleShield Ultra Clear?

Here we're told that it offers "a strong, sleek and touch-sensitive solution", and "features a high gloss surface finish that makes the screen protector seem to disappear into the device screen. An edge-to-edge fit offers complete impact and shatter protection for the Note10 and Note10+ screen while EZ Apply® tabs makes installation easy and bubble free".

Pricing & Availability:

InvisibleShield Ultra VisionGuard retails for A$44.95 for the Samsung Note10 and Note10+ and is "now available at InvisibleShield.com and JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman stores across Australia and New Zealand—also available in Vodafone stores in Australia".

InvisibleShield Ultra Clear retails for A$39.95 for the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ and "will be available later this month at InvisibleShield.com and JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman stores across Australia and New Zealand—will also be available in Vodafone stores in Australia."

InvisibleShield states that it "backs its screen protectors with an industry-leading limited lifetime warranty and will replace the InvisibleShield if it ever gets worn or damaged for the life of the device", and "with more than 215 million screen protectors sold worldwide, InvisibleShield is the No. 1 selling brand for smartphone screen protection in the U.S.2 and has set the industry standard for screen protection."


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