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Subject: Swiveling Monitors - Recommendation? Date: 11/25/2011 7:14 AM
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Hi, all, started a new thread to ask for recommendations. It seems that Windows 7 also supports resolution of the screen in portrait mode, so all I need is a monitor that swivels into that position. I realized that I've been searching for the wrong thing. I've done searches on "pivoting monitors", and always returned very few results. Now I realize that the term is swivel. There are a lot of them. Gordon, you are right, they are a bit more expensive but not too terribly.

That said, one such monitor is available at Newegg, and it's an Asus:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236...

Have any of you ever used an Asus monitor? Any thoughts? I do like Samsung, LG and HP monitors, but have never really looked at an Asus. I suppose I could go to my local Office Depot and try to view one, but it's hard to get an idea without seeing it in real conditions. So I thought I'd ask here.

Thanks,

Rita
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