HP Monitor receives first TUV Rheinland Dynamic Privacy Filter Certification
20 September 2020: HP’s Monitor recently became the first product in the world to pass TUV Rheinland’s Dynamic Privacy Filter (DPF) certification process. The certification indicates that the product’s effective electronic privacy function protects the screen against prying eyes without sacrificing readability. The integrated electronic DPF function can be enabled at will, making the purchase and installation of privacy film products unnecessary.
Designed to shield sensitive content from prying eyes while keeping content clear for the primary user, the HP E243p Monitor is built with HP Sure View Gen3 technology. The 23.8″ diagonal Full-HD display additionally includes four-way ergonomics adjustments with HDMI, DisplayPort™, and VGA connections.
TUV Rheinland has designed an exclusive Eye Comfort certification programme by bringing the first DPF certification to the market. With the threat of visual hacking on business secrets, personal banking, and confidential data both in the office and at home, TUV Rheinland began developing certifications for privacy protection in 2017. A number of well-known international brands, including 3M, have obtained certification for their privacy film products. TUV Rheinland’s newly developed DPF protection expands on this need in four main aspects: dynamic privacy, visual characteristics, reliability of privacy function, and user guide.