We’ve all done it, spent long hours at night working on a project on our computers. If you are working at night with no other lights on besides the light on your monitor your eyes can easily become strained. There have been many tests and studies that have confirmed this. There have also been studies on illumination around a display and they have concluded that back illumination of a display causes less eye strain and eye fatigue. I don’t know that many displays that offer this feature, so SoundScience has come up with a simple fix, the Halo 6 LED Lighting Kit. Let’s take a look at see what it’s all about.
Special thanks to Antec for providing us with the Soundscience Bias Halo 6 LED Lighting Kit to review.
|LCD Monitor:||Up to 24” in size placed against light colored wall; available USB port or powered USB hub|
|Cable:||4’3” / 1300 mm|
|Light Strip:||14.6” / 370 mm|
|5.9” (H) x 5.5” (W) x 0.6” (D) / 150 mm (H) x 140 mm (W) x 15 mm (D)|
|Net Weight:||1.0 oz / 28.3 g|
|Gross Weight:||2.0 oz / 56.7 g|
|Product Warranty:||2 years|
The Bias Halo 6 LED lighting kit comes in a typical retail package you would find at your local computer store. On the front there is a photo of the kit in action and some information about it. On the back there is an overview of the product and an installation guide.