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PNWgal
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HP TouchSmart 600 Anti glare protector

I have a HP TouchSmart 600 - 23".

I'm looking for a good matte finish anti glare protector.  It's not to protect my screen but to reduce the terrible glare coming from the windows. I like the Power Support brand, but they don't make a big version. Does anyone have any suggestions?

BTW, I don't use the touchscreen feature so that won't be an issue.  Thanks!

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crossing23
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Re: HP TouchSmart 600 Anti glare protector

Have youtried toning done on the brightness? I know that helped me alot.

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PNWgal
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Re: HP TouchSmart 600 Anti glare protector

Thanks for the suggestion. I tried but it didn't work.

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rolsk-bridge
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Re: HP TouchSmart 600 Anti glare protector

Did you find a antiglare product you liked. We just got the same computer and are ready to return it due to the glare. 

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PNWgal
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Re: HP TouchSmart 600 Anti glare protector

I didn't... and I could use one right now. The glare is awful.  Please let me know if you end up finding any useful products. Thx!

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rolsk-bridge
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Re: HP TouchSmart 600 Anti glare protector

I just ordered something online from NuShield...we will see, but it was the right size and good for direct sunlight so I'm hopeful. You might try it. It was about $60 w/shipping.

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PNWgal
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Re: HP TouchSmart 600 Anti glare protector

Thanks for the info! Keeping my fingers crossed that it works.

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dianebrat
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Re: HP TouchSmart 600 Anti glare protector

Keep in mind that since the screen itself is not touch sensitive, any covering on the LCD itself should be just fine and not affect operations.

 

The Touchsmart desktops use an infrared sensor array on the edges of the screen to sense before you actually touch the glass.

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