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The film cannot be protected from radiation.
First, the radiation here refers specifically to ionizing radiation. The laptop does not emit ionizing radiation, so the stickers are the same, no radiation. If you really have ionizing radiation, you probably need lead glass and lead bricks.
Secondly, the screen permeability after filming will be reduced. If you call visible light also radiation, it does absorb "radiation". However, the visual range of the screen will decrease and the vision will be poor.
Third, some people say that working in front of the computer will cause headaches for a long time, which is mostly because their computer brightness is too high. Sticking a fast-quality film can really reduce the brightness, but why not adjust the brightness of the computer so high in the first place?