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Just a straight on shot. Pretty plain-looking actually.

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Again, plain and boring. Not much here.

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As you can probably tell, there's no rotation, swiveling, pivoting, or screen height adjustment.

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A fairly wide footstand.

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Now things start to get interesting. So what's in "Energy Modes"?

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Three different Energy Mode presets. The first is Standard which keeps the brightness high.

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Energy Smart takes the brightness down by about half or more.

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Energy Smart Plus keeps the brightness at the same level as Energy Smart, but implements the Dynamic Dimming feature, that lowers or raises the brightness automatically based on the ambient light in the room.

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