A Final Word About Edge10 Glass Monitors
After emailing Edge10 about their hard glass 22"
T223 monitor and not receiving a reply, I tried
again a few days ago. Much to my amazement, I
did receive a reply.
I wanted to know when online retailers would be
restocked with this monitor. The Edge10 sales
representative said something about this model
being "temporarily constrainted," whatever that
I indicated that if I could buy one at a reasonable
price and it worked ok, I might order a dozen more.
He suggested I could make the purchase directly
from their factory in China. Would you buy a dozen
monitors without trying one first? If you own or
purchase for a business you may have been offered
a "free sample." Not a good idea. The only way to
judge a product is to buy at least one like any private
consumer would. It's randomly selected from a
warehouse rack, which is exactly what you want.
Too often, "free samples" are carefully checked by a
technician before they are sent to a potential volume
My business is located in the USA, so I don't have
any direct knowledge about the actual status of
this company. If you've read anything in a UK
newspaper or magazine I would appreciate the info.
I searched a few business sites, looking for data on
the financial status of Edge10. I couldn't find anything
that would indicate that they were about to go bust,
but you never know with the world economy in such
As I said in the subject line, I promise never to post
about this topic again. When you find a product that
might resolve a problem you've had for years, its hard
to shut the door forever, if you know what I mean.
Thanks EduGeek members!