Buying Guide: This screenbar light is great for people who work from home
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Buying Guide: This screenbar light is great for people who work from home



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Working from home can cause serious strain on your eyes over time, but this screenbar light from BenQ offers a quick and simple solution. Here’s why this tool needs to be the next purchase for your home office set up.

Better Lighting, Better Focus

The BenQ screenbar light is designed to help you focus and reduce eye strain while working from home. The e-reading lamp has an auto-dimming setting that adjusts brightness settings instantly, so you’ll never have to deal with a screen glare or eye strain. The adjustable color temperature gauge allows you to shower your work station in warm light to help you relax or wind down at the end of the day, or cool light to increase your focus on tasks that require extra mental energy.

Easy Installation

This screenbar light can be installed in seconds by simply clipping the attachment onto the top of a laptop. It’ won’t take up space on your desk or damage your screen. It’s USB powered so any standard USB laptop outlet can light up this e-reading lamp.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers who work from home are loving this screenbar light, giving it an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars with nearly 500 reviews. Customers loved how unobtrusive the sleek design was. They liked that it lit up their workspace but didn’t change the lighting on the screen, and the color temperature settings allowed them to work in a “daylight” setting and reduce the stress that comes from hours of cool artificial lighting.

BenQ Screenbar Light E-Reading Lamp available from Amazon


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