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Old 02-12-10, 10:21 PM
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Hi Guys

Now I have figured how to connect 3 monitors to Sam's (Other halfs) pc, can anyone recommend a desk stand or backet that will hold 3 x 24" monitors??

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Old 02-12-10, 10:49 PM
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There's lots on amazon. For example:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/MDM06-Multi-...ref=pd_cp_ce_3

Just browse through, look through the webs for a review of some sort talking about quality etc. and pick one.
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Old 03-12-10, 06:15 AM
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Haven't really found many that will support 3 x 24"
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Old 03-12-10, 09:00 AM
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Went for that one in the end, but had to get some extended arms so that it would support 24" monitors
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How much did it all come too in the end Hayles?
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Never found too many in other places. I expected manufacturers such as Samsung to have many of their own, that are made to fit their specific monitors for instance to ensure compatibility. Never had the dosh for such a setup myself, though, so I only did the digging yesterday. I hope it's okay.
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How much did it all come too in the end Hayles?
Not sure, its for Sam, I told him where to get it, and he said he had sorted it..... will ask
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Cost £100 Delivered in the end apparently
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will have to show us some shots of it up and running Hay, Would love a triple monitor setup!
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Pictures or it didn't happen

A guy where I used to work with had a triple monitor setup for remote support.

He got a really expensive triple stand which was adjustable and claimed it on the company.

It's really useful to have 3 monitors for stuff like CAD or Remote Support.

Seems to be a growing trend for gamers to get 3 monitors recently also but not entirely sold on the idea of buying 3 monitors, monitor stand and an expensive GPU to power them (for 3D Games)
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