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LG Flatron W2230S - 22in Laptop Monitor
LG Flatron W2230S - 22in Laptop Monitor

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  • LG Flatron W2230S - 22in Laptop Monitor
  • LG Flatron W2230S - 22in Laptop Monitor
  • LG Flatron W2230S - 22in Laptop Monitor
  • LG Flatron W2230S - 22in Laptop Monitor
  • LG Flatron W2230S - 22in Laptop Monitor
  • LG Flatron W2230S - 22in Laptop Monitor

ShaunB

October 29, 2009, 10:28 am

Regardless of technical prowess, or the lack of it, this entire sector is ergonomically flawed. Putting a screen at a low level to match the poor ergonomics of a laptop screen when on a desk simply doubles the potential for neck and back strain. Do yourself a favour and get a decent 'normal' monitor with an adjustable stand rather than this ill conceived, marketing driven 'design'.

TechVegan

October 29, 2009, 1:33 pm

@ShaunB:


I completely agree. Then again, the ergonomics of most cheap regular/'normal' monitors are bad enough - the way the market seems to be at the moment, you need to go premium to get such BASICS as decent height adjustment, not to mention luxuries such as swivel or pivot.

GT

October 29, 2009, 2:19 pm

Did the D190S LapFit ever come to the market? I looked everywhere but can't find it anywhere?

TechVegan

October 29, 2009, 2:40 pm

@GT:


Not with that model name, though this {http://www.dabs.com/products/s...} "LD190 LapFit" seems to be very similar.

GT

October 29, 2009, 6:38 pm

@Ardjuna:


Ah yes cheers for that. There is also a 22" version http://www.dabs.com/products/s...





I'm already using a dual screen setup (outputing via VGA) on my laptop. Am I right to assume I can add a 3rd screen vis USB with this?

theoGG

November 5, 2009, 3:09 am

@GT:


Correct, with the LD 220 and it's USB connection (which I use on my desk), you can easily add a 3rd or more displays to your setup. An added bonus that isn't often mentioned is that it has a USB hub built in, so you can connect your keyboard and mouse to it while minimizing cable clutter!

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