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    VESA Height adjustable monitor - does it exist ?

    Hi Everyone,

    Is anyone aware of a height adjustable monitor that has the ability to attach another device using the VESA mounting holes. (Most H.A. monitors seem to use the VESA mounting screw holes on the monitor to attach the actual stand, so are not available to mount a PC/thin client etc..

    Any suggestions much appreciated

    Matthew

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    My boss has got one that's just a post on a round base, and you attach a separate mount onto the post that has a VESA mounting plate. You can obviously slide the mounting bracket up and down the post, and I don't see any reason why you couldn't attach another bracket and have it facing the other way to hold something else...

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