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The monitor’s stand has two joints for simultaneous adjustment of the height and tilt of the screen up to horizontal position. This monitor doesn’t look compact even when folded up, though:

You discover the main disadvantage of this type of the stand when you try to adjust the screen height. First, the adjustment range is rather small in comparison with ordinary vertical stands. And second, the screen is getting closer to or farther from your eyes as you are changing its height. On the other hand, a monitor with such a base looks much more interesting than classic models, while the mentioned drawbacks are not so very serious for a majority of users.

The connectors are located at the back of the stand. Besides the standard DVI-D, D-Sub, audio and power connectors there is also a USB connector here as the monitor features a 3-port USB hub. The first two ports are placed on a side of the base and are quite handy for plugging in flash drives, Bluetooth adapters and various other small gadgets. The third port is to be found in a rather unusual place – at the center of the top edge of the case.

This port is intended for the web-camera included with the monitor:

 
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