Stop prying eyes from capturing valuable informationwith Targus 4Vu™️ Privacy Screens
With open floor plans and the rise of remote and mobile working, “visual hacking” is posing a risk to your data. In fact, a study found 91% of visual hacking attempts were successful. But with control practices – like privacy screens – the risk is mitigated to 26% fewer breaches.* Targus offers an effective and easy-to-use solution that can be custom-ordered to fit your devices.
The Targus 4Vu™ Advantage
60º Angle Viewing Window
Data only visible directly in front of the screen and up 30º on each side
Filters Blue Light
Lowers blue light transmittance to reduce eye strain
Blocks screen glare, improves light transmittance
Helps prevent bacteria growth on the privacy screen
Easy Installation Options
Most come with three install options; or upgrade to a magnetic privacy screen
Lab-tested to stand up to alcohol or bleach-based disinfectants
The Right Fit For Your Device
Targus offers 4Vu™ Privacy Screens to fit laptop, monitor, and tablet screens from 9.7” to 30”.
Custom Privacy Screens
Not seeing a privacy screen for your device? No problem! We’ll make it for you.
For orders of 100 or more, we can create the perfect privacy screen for your needs. Get it sized for your specific device.
No minimum or maximum size restrictions. Custom options include:
Two-WayRestricts viewing angles on left and right.
Four-WayRestricts viewing angles on left, right, top, and bottom; ideal for tablets and 2 in 1 devices.
MagneticSleek, easy magnetic strips for easy on/off attachment; ideal for non-touch screen devices.
Narrow ArcTighten your viewing angle to 25º on each side for more privacy; ideal for in flight or public transport.
Extra Touch-SensitiveUp to 18% more touch sensitive than a standard screen; ideal for tablets and 2 in 1 devices.
Anti-glare onlyIdeal for bright conditions and window seats.
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*Source: Ponemon Institute. “Visual Hacking Experiment,” 2015, and the “Global Visual Hacking Experiment,” 2016. Published Aug 2016.