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SilverStone MR01 Aluminum Monitor Riser rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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Roccat Tusko Monitor Transport Bag rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Roccat Tusko Monitor Transport Bag comes in two different models, one fits fullscreen 15-19" displays and the other widescreen 20-24" displays. The bag is padded, has many pouches, constructed from tough cotton and comes with a keyboard holder. Perfect if your always on the go!


 

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SilverStone ARM11SC Arm One LCD Monitor Mount rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The SilverStone ARM11SC Arm One LCD Monitor Mount moves in just about every direction, is constructed from quality materials, looks amazing, fits LCDs with 75mm and 100mm hole pitch, comes in silver & black, has cable management & is easy to assemble. And to make the best of it, it won't break the bank.


 

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Asus PA246Q ProArt 24-Inch LCD Monitor Review

"There are many kinds of In-Plane Switching panels on the market, one of the newer ones being Professional IPS (or P-IPS), as found on Asus' PA246Q. P-IPS is really a marketing derivative of H-IPS (Horizontal IPS) now commonly used to denote a 10-bit panel capable of reproducing 1.07 billion colors. Wading through all the nomenclature can be a dizzying task, but what you should take away from all this is that Asus is going for gold by using a top-of-the-line panel.

Does Anyone Really Prefer Glossy Screens?

"I live in a small southern European country where natural light abounds. This may sound good, but it is a pain when it comes to using laptops that come with a glossy finish, making it impossible to work unless you are doing it in the dark. To make matters worse, since we are a small market, most manufacturers only offer a subset of their product line, and don't allow you to choose any options available in other countries (like matte screens). Buying abroad is not an option since we have our own very specific keyboard layout. Why are manufacturers doing this?

 
 
 

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