Kiddo modeling glasses while hard at work (okay, play)Long hours at a computer can create eyestrain, which often leads to headaches and fatigue. Between working all day and playing video games all evening, most geeks are at the computer for as much as 12 – 14 hours a day.
Gunnar i-AMP Digital Performance eyewear is designed to be worn while working at a computer to minimize eyestrain. After trying out the glasses, I can attest that the product works. Plus, the glasses fit well right out of the box, are reasonably fashionable, and are available as prescription glasses. (The adult size frames are only slightly too big for the kiddo in this photo.)
For more details about the product, read my Geek Gift Guide 2010 review of the Gunnar i-AMP digital performance glasses.
Photo credit: Nicole Bremer Nash
Nicole Bremer Nash is Director of Content and Social Media for HuTerra, where she uses SEO and social media to promote charitable organizations in their community-building and fundraising efforts. She enjoys volunteering, arts and crafts, and conducting science experiments at home. Nicole has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Transylvania University, and has experience in copywriting for education, print, business, and the web. You can find her on Facebook and Twitter via @HuTerra.