Summary: A review of the Zerocom electromagnetic field absorber…
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Yesterday, I did a HARApad review, which is one of the products I purchased based on my article on Radiation Protective Designs. I mentioned that the HARApad is a nice item to have, but its main disadvantage is that it only absorbs the EMF that comes out from the bottom of the laptop.
If you are a graphic designer, like me, you probably need to use the computer for at least several hours a day while you are doing your design work. The exposure to the emissions from your computer can be harmful to your health in the long-term, which is why it is good as a designer, to make sure that EMF emissions are reduced as much as possible.
In order to further reduce the emissions coming out from the top of the laptop, I’m using the Zerocom electromagnetic field absorber, which I just purchased and am going to review in this article…
INTRODUCTION TO THE ZEROCOM
The Zerocom is an electromagnetic field absorber that is designed to help absorb EMF radiation that comes from your electronic devices. It is made from a special ceramic that absorbs radiation. You can use it for your laptop, television, radio, or other electronic devices. For me, I’m using it on top of my laptop.
This is what the Zerocom looks like:
It comes in black and white colors, but I ordered the white colored one…
Here are some of the pictures of the packaging that comes with the Zerocom. I quite like the packaging as it is simple and nice. You will have to first slide the box out of it’s outer covering as shown below.
After that is done, you can then lift up the top flap of the box, and inside you will find the Zerocom, as well as an included package that contains a sticker that you can use under the Zerocom to secure it to your desired surface.
I quite like the included black foam lining that comes inside the box for protecting your Zerocom. It gives a sort of expensive feel to the product.
Initially, I was expecting that the Zerocom would be quite light, given the size of the item. However, they weren’t kidding when they said that the Zerocom is made of ceramic.
When holding the item, I can feel that it is quite heavy for its size, and the surface does feel like ceramic. The underside of the Zerocom is lined with comfortable-feeling felt and sits itself well.
From the image above, you can see how I placed it on top of my laptop computer.
EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ZEROCOM
I’m not going to be testing the Zerocom with an EMF detector and showing you the results, because tests like that have already been done. And there are videos on YouTube showing these tests, like the one below:
So in this section, I’ll just share with you my experience so far. Upon first using the Zerocom, I was surprised that I experienced an improvement in my vision while using my laptop. Of course, this was in combination with the HARApad that was already under my laptop. But I could feel the change in eyesight while first placing the Zerocom on top of my laptop computer.
I haven’t been having anymore fuzzy-headedness recently since I started using these items as well, so I can say that these products are doing their job.
Overall, I like the product, and have found that it works. I also enjoyed the design of the product as well as it’s packaging. The way it is designed, it sits unobtrusively on my laptop, and it’s also easy to move if I ever wanted to use it on another different device.
Thanks for taking the time to read this Zerocom Review. I hope you enjoyed going through it, as well as reading up on the details of my new safety gadget.
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