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Topic # 100313 8-Apr-2012 19:41
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While looking thru PBs site for the video card, I came across these stands -

Anyway, they both look like they would do the job of holding a pair of 24" despite saying they only go to 23" since a modern 24" has a way smaller bezal and overall size than most 23"

Does anyone have one of these? I prefer the black one because it is black, but want to know that the screens wont end up bobbing up and down with every keystroke etc.


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Master Geek

  Reply # 606841 8-Apr-2012 21:27
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I've got the same monitor stands and have two Dell 24" (2408WFP) screens on them just fine.

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  Reply # 606926 9-Apr-2012 02:41
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I've got the older one, but used both. 2x24's should be fine. I run a 22" and a 24" on mine.

The only issue is that you wont be able to sit them as far out from the back of your desk as you would with a smaller monitor, but for a normal desk that shouldn't be a problem.

I would also recommend the more espensive one, as it fixes a few minor issues with the (cheaper) black one.

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