Two things that aren’t renewable: your eyes and the earth. Why wouldn’t we do everything in our power to protect both?
Partner Business Development Manager, Charles Thomas
, joins Keri to discuss…
- Blue light blocking display options
- How to help customers choose the best display option for them
- HP’s sustainability initiatives
- How your business can start being more sustainable
Why block blue light?
While there’s no connection between permanent eye damage and blue light from our screens, there are still consequences for looking at it all day.
Blue light from your device screens can cause…
- Inability to fall asleep
- Temporary blurred vision
- Dry eyes
Most devices now come with blue light filters built-in. However, those filters often leave your screen looking yellowish-orange—not a particularly ideal viewing experience.
Thankfully, HP now offers a low blue light filter
that removes the high spectral blue while maintaining your screen’s original color.
Choosing the right display
In addition to the new low blue light filter, HP offers several new options in regard to displays.
All of these new monitors include the blue light filter and are touchscreens.
And, now you and your customers can feel really good about purchasing HP products.
Without raising product prices, HP has been able to…
- Use 100% recyclable packaging
- Reduce water usage
- Recycle millions of plastic bottles
- Pledge to plant one million trees by the end of 2020
Caught the sustainability bug? Charles’ advice to you is to partner with a local organization that’s already promoting sustainability initiatives. Go further together.
Where’s tech going?
Aside from more tech corporations promoting sustainability, Charles sees the gaming community continuing to increase.
To support the ever-expanding gaming community and those working from home, Charles suggests upping your monitor size. He says it can make all the difference.
Watch Easy Doesn’t Do It: HP Sustainable Impact
. And check out HP Eye Ease in New E-Series
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