Sliding Webcam Privacy Black & White Covers For Laptop Cellphone Tablet Launched

New durable, practical, reusable sliding webcam covers for a laptop, Xbox, cellphone and tablet allow users to protect their personal life and identity even when their webcams have been hacked.

Trondheim, Norway - November 9, 2019 /PressCable/ —

High-quality reusable sliding webcam covers for laptop, tablet, cellphone, Xbox camera devices have been launched. The covers come in black and white color. They are extremely practical and reliable in helping users safeguard their privacy.

More information is available at: https://www.shopridea.com/collections/electronics/products/sliding-webcam-privacy-cover-sticker

Reportedly many webcams can be easily hacked and can allow online hackers to steal personal information to blackmail users. Some computer users decide to use black bands and stickers to block the view from the webcam. Yet there are other more stylish, practical and convenient solutions at their disposal.

Manufacturers have designed webcam cover stickers that are extremely reliable.

A sliding webcam privacy cover can help users prevent all hackers from gaining access to their webcams and limit any opportunities for watching the user and their family.

It is not just a sticker that users can add to their laptop webcam privacy screens or phone cameras but a high-quality secure webcam cover. It offers easy protection against hackers accessing the camera device.

The sliding webcam privacy cover offers a discreet and secure solution for covering the camera device when not in use.

The sliding cover is only 0.3 mm thick and does not interfere with the closing of the laptop cover.

This is a great option for safeguard the users’ privacy and the perfect alternative to the inconvenient tape which blurs the camera image and can even destroy the camera device surface.

The company says that the webcam cover is 9mm wide, 18.5 mm long, 0.3mm thick and applies to a laptop, tablet, cellphone, smart TV Xbox camera devices. The sliding stickers offer full durability. They will provide the users with the peace of mind that no hackers can record any personal information and activities.

The privacy covers are made out of plastic and are in an oval shape.

They are available in packs of one, three and six and comes in black and white color.

The sliding webcam covers are easy to use, they can be easily removed from the laptop webcam without leaving any scratches or traces.

Interested parties are invited to place their orders for high-quality sliding webcam privacy covers at: https://www.shopridea.com/collections/electronics/products/sliding-webcam-privacy-cover-sticker

Contact Info:
Name: Andreas Dahl
Email: Send Email
Organization: Shopr Idea
Address: Pib Strindheim, postboks 4652, Trondheim, Trondelag 7444, Norway
Website: https://www.shopridea.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933253

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