Anti-glare film?


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Now the market is full of laptops and monitors with a glossy screen. All who worked with these screens there is a problem with glare.

Tell me, please, does anyone have experience using anti-glare film? If it does not impair the viewing angles, screen brightness, saturation and etc? Are there other nuances? What are the downsides? Price? Can you advise firm-manufacturer.
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Enjoyed the film from the Brando Workshop at CCP.
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Films are with different light-permeability, in the range of 50-99%.
The higher the rate, the worse rescues the film from the glare, but at the same time — better color reproduction.
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Optimum 75-85% of that value, if not to find fault, the colors remain at the same level, and glare are significantly reduced. The rest, of course, on the fan, the markers are — they are in fact different.
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Visibility is not impaired, but glamorous glare often better to remove — I bought a simple film when you purchase a laptop. 3 years — flight excellent.
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The film will help to keep the "virgin" purity of the screen before selling it will not have scratches.
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