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As more global populations spend more time at home to work and stay safe, big tech companies are coming out with more home health products. More people stare at their monitors, their smartphones, and tablets. Screen time has increased exponentially. That’s why at CES 2021, companies like Dell, HP, Lenovo, and LG Display announced the inclusion of Eyesafe® in their consumer products, signaling a significant shift towards consumer electronics designed for human health.
CES 2021 highlights of products designed for human health include:
LG Display announced the world’s first Eyesafe TV panel – the low blue light Eyesafe television display, a 65″ OLED screen. The new display, designed to meet Eyesafe requirements for low blue light emissions and optimal color performance, is certified by the leading independent testing and certification firm TÜV Rheinland. LG Display will introduce numerous Eyesafe Certified TV displays in 2021. +For more, visit Eyesafe.com/LGDisplay.
Dell Technologies also announced all-new Dell XPS laptops are Eyesafe and have met the industry’s leading set of low blue light requirements for consumer electronics. Dell started its partnership with Eyesafe partnership. They’ve collaborated on evolving blue light research, technology, and product solutions. Dell stands out for its early adoption of Eyesafe for low blue light and color performance. If you want to learn more, check out the Eyesafe Products here.
Likewise, Lenovo revealed their plans to expand Eyesafe across notebooks, monitors, and more product segments, including enterprise. Before CES 2021, Eyesafe execs met with Lenovo officials to discuss their plans to have 100% of the Lenovo monitor business Eyesafe Certified within the next few years. Lenovo also said that Eyesafe blue light and color performance standards would become a requirement in workplace purchasing. The prediction conforms with California’s Blue Light Resolution CA SCR-73, which identified the health issue of device blue light exposure for California’s citizens, children, and workers.
Finally, HP announced that their new M-Series, namely the HP M24f, M27f, and M32f FHD monitors, will be the first Eyesafe monitor series made with recycled, ocean-bound plastics. There will also be additional models in the series with features such as QHD panel, USB-C connectivity, or integrated speakers, launching later in 2021. The displays are made from 85% recycled material, 5% of which is ocean-bound plastic*1, and are all Eyesafe Certified. This certification recognizes products that meet industry-leading requirements for low blue light emission and optimal color performance. The M-Series, available in March 2021, will be the first HP monitors to come to market as Eyesafe, joining HP’s ENVY and Spectre x360 lines, announced in the Fall of 2020. For more, visit Eyesafe.com/HP.
Expect more big tech companies to integrate Eyesage features. Stay tuned for more updates.