Huawei MatePad T 10s’ eye protection mode has got you covered

We wake up to our digital devices, and it’s also the last thing we look at before going to bed. First thing in the morning, we tap vigorously to snooze our alarms on our bright, vibrating phone screens. Then, we go about our day replying to messages, read the news, unlocking our screens intermittently to check the time – we can safely say that our daily routine is relies on our glaring attention on illuminated displays. We register streams of information through a pair of eyes that we mindlessly take for granted. How do we balance maintaining a good relationship with our online reliance without debilitating our vision?

Tech companies are rightfully hopping on the bandwagon to incorporate preventative measures to protect our eyes, and Huawei’s tablets has more to offer than the typical standards. The affordable HUAWEI MatePad T 10s  that is retailing at Kshs 34,999 is perfect for tablet for adults and children alike for work and play, all while ensuring your eyes are protected.

Most of the smart devices out there emphasise how eye protection modes run best in the night. The HUAWEI MatePad T 10s is packed with the essentials – it features a TÜV Rheinland-certified Eye Comfort mode and can adjust to warmer tones automatically from cooler ones best for the night-time. Why is this necessary? This is because looking at blue light at night can disrupt your circadian rhythm, affecting your sleep cycle. But in reality, you’d want your eyes to be protected all day long. Eye Comfort mode can be switched on during the day or night whenever you start to feel your eyes droop a little.

With Dark mode enabled, the smartphone displays dark and gentle surfaces across the UI to keeps users’ eyes from bright light. Instead of simply changing colours, everything from background, text to icons, has been adjusted for contrast and colour scale based on massive human factors study to deliver a more comfortable and immersive reading experience.

The HUAWEI MatePad T 10s also has an eBook mode for all the bookworms out there. Reading is not only a great way to broaden your horizons, it is also a great way to unwind after a long day – but you also want your eyes to have a rest too. With abundant eBook choices now easily accessible to download, you can now carry a handful of different books for your different moods, all within a single device that is probably lighter than an actual book. You can also look up things up on the spot. For example, words you may not understand, some historical context or something you want to visualise which you can easily do on the browser app. But reading requires utmost concentration, often with our eyes fixed on the display. That’s why the HUAWEI MatePad T10s has a practical eBook mode that is easy on the eyes so that you can always keep reading. Once the eBook mode is activated, the tablet will adjust the contrast, brightness, sharpness, saturation, temperature to simulate a paper-like effect.

As tablets are often shared round the family, you can also be assured the younger ones in also have their eyes protected. In the children catered mode Kids Corner, there are alerts to remind them to use the tablet with the correct posture to establish healthy habits. For example, if the tablet is too close to their eyes, a pop-up reminder will alert your child until an appropriate distance is reached. Another scenario that prompts reminders would be using the tablet on moving transport, where bumpy movements can really affect eyesight as the small motions make your eyes work harder to focus. There are a total of six-layer intelligent eye protection features on the HUAWEI MatePad T 10s including blue light filter, distance alerts, posture alerts, brightness alerts, bumpy road alerts and the eBook mode that’s got your child’s eye care covered.

Regardless of whether you’re looking for a tablet to do some night-time browsing or some quality reading by yourself, the HUAWEI MatePad T10s won’t disappoint and will have your best interest in mind.


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