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Don't push me...

Off the pivot

From the side

Turning

Split in two

Spaced buttons

2 of 5

What's the connection?

Given its propensity to wobble (a lot) when pushed, placing the Dell UltraSharp U2412M on the edge of a 40-foot drop is not recommended. Makes for a nice photo, though.
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Vertical screens are nice and all, but as you can see here, they're also responsible for rainy days. Pivot at your own risk.
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While not incredibly slim, that's a fairly slim profile for an IPS performance monitor. Also, it's still raining out there. What have I started?
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A 45-degree left and right swivel isn't enough to stop the downpour. You see, 'cause it's raining outside! Eh? OK, I've gone as far as I can with this "joke."
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VESA support is accomplished by separating the saucer section from the engine. It's usually best to just keep them connected, though.
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The OSD's four buttons are well-spaced, driven by the contextual navigation menu (contextual navigation menu not pictured).
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Here are two of the five USB ports located on the display.
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DisplayPort, DVI, VGA, USB upstream, and USB downstream x2. Sadly, no HDMI. No composite or component, either, but who cares about those? Seriously, though, the lack of HDMI speaks to a larger trend I've noticed with recent monitors. Could DisplayPort finally be in a position to take over as the primary computer video input?
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