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2710M monitor

the specs given in the literature for dimensions and weight include the removable stand

 

i am going to wall mount the monitor and need to know the depth and weight of the 2710m WITHOUT the stand

 

please... can anybody help?

 

tnx

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Re: 2710M monitor

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The monitor's stand is plastic so it's not very heavy.  There are not mounting bracket holes on the back of the monitor so you will need to match the wall mount bracket to where the stand screws in or build an adapter.

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Re: 2710M monitor

hey big dave

 

your reply does not respond to my question

your point is difficult to understand

and you are dead wrong when you say that the monitor does not have a vesa mount on the back

i don't know why you bothered to reply

 

please... somebody else.... can you provide weight and depth of this monitor WITHOUT the stand?

 

thanks

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Re: 2710M monitor

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Look at the manual, it doesn't show anything.

 

I was going to weigh the monitor minus the stand but not now.

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HP Photosmart 6520
HP Touchpad, HP Chromebook 11
Custom i7-5930k, X99, 16GB 2800 MHz DDR4, Intel 750 PCI-E SSD, (2)Samsung EVO 840 SSD, Corsair HX650, EVGA GTX 760TI
Windows 8.1 UEFI mode
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