Belkin's new Screenforce-series product for MacBooks is also designed to boost privacy while using these devices
HP and Lenovo have been installing privacy filters into many of its professional-grade notebooks for some time. While some iterations may not completely have worked out as intended, they may indeed have the advantage of protecting against over-the-shoulder types of data-loss. On the other hand, it may simply give more peace of mind while working in communal areas - a concern that has now come to the home for many.
Now, Belkin's latest form of screen protector for some MacBooks does the same job. This new Screenforce product can also be stored on its included "TruePrivacy Panel" when the user does not want it on their display, but can also be re-applied at will.
Its maker also describes it as ultra-thin and as useable with (first-party) cases for the notebook in question. Furthermore, it is also rated as an anti-glare protector. It is currently priced at US$59.99, regardless of compatible model. They consist of the 13-inch Macbook Air or Pro, Pro 15 or Pro 16 at present.