Laptop Shade - Sun Protection for Your Laptop
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Laptop Shade – Sun Protection for Your Laptop

I’ve found this great idea some days ago, but I wasn’t decided if I should post about this on this blog. Finally today I’ve decided to post about it, because I like to much this idea. The Sun and its rays are a laptop user’s greatest enemy. If you are a laptop user I’m sure that you know how annoying can be when you are outdoors to not be able to work, or do something because the light makes your LCD almost invisible. To solve this solution TheItHelper came with this ingenious idea. The SunShade laptop screen shield offers a brief respite from the sun’s harsh rays. The laptop screen shield can be adjusted to cater for laptops measuring 10″ to 17″ wide. You can get one for just 25$ from TheItHelper, or if you have skills you’ve got the idea, just use it.

6 comments

  • Pieter March 28, 2007 at 05:46 AM Login to Reply →

    AAAAAAARRRG!!! Claustrophobia goes digital. I have NEVER used my laptop outside but it is a sensible idea. Except for the little walls closing in on you and trapping you until you are crushed to death…… AAAAAAARRG!!!!

    Oh…. sorry.

  • ernest April 16, 2007 at 01:03 AM Login to Reply →

    AWWWWWWWMYGAWD yes

    now the sun won’t obscure my porno.

  • Anonymous June 13, 2007 at 10:13 AM Login to Reply →

    Now it is possible to hack outdoors without fear people to see the stolen password. lol

  • Pieter June 13, 2007 at 13:09 PM Login to Reply →

    What if that thing slipped? It might chop your hands right off. Bummer…..

  • Lynda July 15, 2007 at 14:51 PM Login to Reply →

    Is this the only design for this idea? First of all, it’s black. Doesn’t black absorb the heat of the sun? Wouldn’t it be better to have one that reflects the sun? Also, Peiter brought up a good point, albeit in a kind of silly way. It looks like its edges are pretty sharp. If someone comes up with a better design for this, I want one. I like taking my laptop outside, but after 15 minutes of sun, I’m afraid it will overheat. It gets burning hot so fast.

  • Mäiselo June 6, 2011 at 13:12 PM Login to Reply →

    I just made a DIY replica of this and it just doesnt work in strong sunlight. Light is reflecting from behind into the screen rendering this thing pretty useless for a traditional screen