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Wanted to buy a new monitor and I was just searching for a good one.
I see.. almost all of them come with a static holder. You can just tilt it up & down but not adjust the height. Even the expensive ones.
I find it difficult to keep the display at the same height, the whole week. (If not the whole day)
Maybe these monitors are designed for super-evolved x-men who can do the adjustments on their neck.
I have an old Samsung on my desk that is height adjustable (Monitor three: email mostly), but my two LG ones aren't. One because the stand isn't so it sits on a platform to get it to the right height, the other because it's on an arm and I set it to the right height when I installed that.
The model code will be slightly different (if only because we use a different mains plug to you), so just knock off the final few letters (often they use G, E, or UK as a suffix for UK models) and try that.
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Maybe these monitors are designed for super-evolved x-men who can do the adjustments on their neck
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Or just buy an adjustable stand. I have had mine (with arms rather than just stand) for years now. Keeps working with new montors that I buy. I would mention it by brand name but it doesn't seem to have a brand name on it.
Actually a bit of the opposite. The stand is attached to a clamp at the back of the desk and then extends upwards. The arms extend out from it vertically. That frees up space under the monitors themselves.
The stand allows the monitors to be easily moved with a push also. The arms have an elbow so between the vertical adjustment and horizontal one them can be adjusted with precision.
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