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RadTech launches ClearCal anti-glare film for Mac

updated 10:40 am EDT, Sat July 11, 2009

ClearCal anti-glare film

RadTech has launched the latest of its MacBook accessories, the ClearCal anti-glare film for glossy displays. ClearCal is designed to protect the users screen from dirt, dust and scratches, while reducing glare on glossy glass displays when outdoors or in brightly lit environments. The film combines a 2-mil anti-reflection layer with a 3-mil flexible transparent base, and when bonded to the glass computer screen, is capable of helping hide scratches and marks.

ClearCal helps minimize eyestrain from flares and reflections, and also keeps down the appearance of oil streaks and fingerprint marks when touched. The film can be removed without leaving residue and allows the user to wash and re-apply it several different times.

The anti-glare film can be applied to 13-inch MacBook and MacBook Pros, 15-inch MacBook Pros, 24-inch iMacs and any other 24-inch LED displays. ClearCal is also available for iPhone and iPod touch screens.

Mac users can purchase the film directly from the company's website, with prices ranging from $20 for the 13 or 150-inch, to $25 for the 24-inch.








by MacNN Staff

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  1. Rolando_jose

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +8

    More pictures

    I would love to see BIG pictures of the screen with Icons, Text and graphics, to see how much gets lost. If you ask me, Apple s**** it with the reflective screen

  1. Eriamjh

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -2

    Say what?

    "Mac users can purchase the film directly from the company’s website, with prices ranging from $20 for the 13 or 150-inch, to $25 for the 24-inch."

    150-inch? Oh, you mean 15 inch!

  1. Titanium Man

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    Shhhh!

    Don't let Steve know that RadTech accidentally let slip the news that Apple will be introducing a 150" iMac. You know how snippy he gets about leaks.

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