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    Anyone know where could I get the following models ???

    AF200L HF350L

    Any anyone know roughly how much will it cost??

    Thanks advance.
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    Are you referring to the AF 200XL?

    I bought the AF 200XL at Challanger sometime in August last year at ~$128. It was a good deal then as it came bundled with a 3M mousing surface, a 3M high performance cloth and a 3M umbrella.

    Good luck in your search.

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    Originally posted by drafting88
    Are you referring to the AF 200XL?

    I bought the AF 200XL at Challanger sometime in August last year at ~$128. It was a good deal then as it came bundled with a 3M mousing surface, a 3M high performance cloth and a 3M umbrella.

    Good luck in your search.
    Thanks for your reply. XL is for 17"....I looking for 14" one...so L will do.....

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    what a waste. I just threw out my AF200L just about 2 weeks ago. Now mostly using LCD so had no use for it.

    Tried selling the item in HWZ some time ago but no response even at $5. So finally decided to garbage it.

    And now you looking for one. Could have given it to you for free.........

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    uhhh how special are 3M monitor filters =9

    The price difference from other brand seems like a BIG leap -_-

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    Originally posted by Cherlyn
    uhhh how special are 3M monitor filters =9

    The price difference from other brand seems like a BIG leap -_-
    The better filters WORK, the cheap $10 ones doesn't - they are just tinted glass. The better ones also has less glare, improves contrast and doesn't like put a veil between your eyes and the screen. On the other hand, monitors nowadays are quite low radiation to begin with, so don't really need filters.

    Regards
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    Originally posted by kaipium
    what a waste. I just threw out my AF200L just about 2 weeks ago. Now mostly using LCD so had no use for it.

    Tried selling the item in HWZ some time ago but no response even at $5. So finally decided to garbage it.

    And now you looking for one. Could have given it to you for free.........

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    Originally posted by ckiang


    The better filters WORK, the cheap $10 ones doesn't - they are just tinted glass. The better ones also has less glare, improves contrast and doesn't like put a veil between your eyes and the screen. On the other hand, monitors nowadays are quite low radiation to begin with, so don't really need filters.

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    But the monitor I using in my office is not the new one leh....

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    Originally posted by siewsphone


    But the monitor I using in my office is not the new one leh....
    Office? Then get office to buy. Buy the best available.

    Regards
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    Thanks everyone.........

    I just receive a new 3M filter from the store room.....hehehe

    but if someone selling it at $5 again..plz contact me

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    Originally posted by ckiang


    The better filters WORK, the cheap $10 ones doesn't - they are just tinted glass. The better ones also has less glare, improves contrast and doesn't like put a veil between your eyes and the screen. On the other hand, monitors nowadays are quite low radiation to begin with, so don't really need filters.

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    How 'bt those mid-ranged ones? like $50~
    That for 3M seems to be over $100 for 17inch filter hehe

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    Originally posted by Cherlyn


    How 'bt those mid-ranged ones? like $50~
    That for 3M seems to be over $100 for 17inch filter hehe
    I guess the branded ones like 3M, VuTek, GlareGuard etc should be okay. Those never-heard-of ones, stay away.

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