Feedback on laptop radiation

by David
(Minneapolis)

I have to say, I'm really happy I came across your article on laptop radiation. I've been sensitive to EMF for a long time, but had never thought about laptops. I recently purchased a Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1.


I was diagnosed with graves disease in the past and still get a lot of pain in my thyroid/neck area from radiation. I had been feeling awful the last two weeks and couldn't figure out why, until one day I had been using my laptop all day and felt awful, took a break and felt better (all the while still not sure what was affecting me), and an hour later used it again and my symptoms kicked back in.

Lo and behold I come across you sight pointing out how high in radiation Inspirons are, so thank you! I'll be returning it shortly and probably picking up a Latitude. The thing that sucks is I still have it at about 1-2ft away from me all day, but I still feel the effects. Any other current laptop brands you have found to be low in EMF?

Would love to hear from you.

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Feedback on laptop radiation
by: Remus

Hello David,

I can't really tell which one current laptop is better because I can't use LED screens and stuck with the Latitude E6400.

Probably Latitudes and Toshibas will be low EMF.
I need to try also Samsung laptops as Samsung phones are low EMF.

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