InvisibleShield Debuts Glass+ VisionGuard Screen Protector For Google Pixel 3

In short: InvisibleShield has debuted its new Glass+ VisionGuard screen protector that is available for the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. This is a screen protector that has a blue light filter, much like the feature on most smartphones these days, it will filter out the blue light when you are using your smartphone. This is important because the more we stare at our screens, the less we will blink and our eyes will become itchy and dry. This is because the blue light causes us to blink less. And the Glass+ VisionGuard aims to solve that issue. In addition to filtering out blue light, this will also work to keep scratches from showing on your screen protector, to keep your Google Pixel 3 nice and clean.

Background: Screen protectors are some of the most commonly used products for any smartphone. And this is because people want to keep that display looking really nice and clean. And by using a screen protector, people can keep that display from getting scratched, or worse, shattered. The Google Pixel 3 has a pretty large display and it's covered in Gorilla Glass 5, which means that it will scratch pretty easily, though it's less likely to shatter. So this screen protector is definitely worth picking up.

Impact: This is a really good option for those that want to protect the screen of their smartphone, but also their eyes. This is the first blue light filtering screen protector that we've seen. And since this is done physically through the protector and not through software, it should do a better job at keeping the blue light off of your smartphone and keeping your eyes nice and healthy. The InvisibleShield Glass+ VisionGuard screen protector will set you back about $45, but considering that this is much more than just a screen protector, it makes sense that it would cost that much.

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