Double Multitasking Productivity with a 2nd Monitor

Posted by: Atech | Posted on: December 3rd, 2012 | 1 Comments

Atlanta IT Computer Second 2nd MonitorHaving a second display can feel like having another computer. View two documents or applications at the same time, or just have constant view of email or schedule programs while working in another application.

A second monitor is an easy way to boost productivity using your existing equipment.  Using two monitors maximizes the return on investment (ROI) in existing technology equipment by minimizing the time needed to switch between programs and increasing awareness and productivity.

For an even greater improvement, a dual display stand minimizes clutter at the workspace while raising the screens to the optimum ergonomic height to minimize fatigue and strain.

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Asus 24" Monitor Atlanta

Asus LED Backlight 24″ Widescreen Monitor with Speakers

$199

10,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio

Dynamically enhances the display’s contrast by adjusting the luminance of the backlight to achieve the darkest black and brightest white – delivering lifelike images.

Full HD with HDMI

Enter a spectacular world of colors with Full HD 1080p (1920×1080) support and HDMI port.

Splendid™ Video Intelligence Technology

The exclusive Splendid Video Intelligence Technology optimizes video performance and image fidelity by enhancing color, brightness, contrast, and sharpness. 5 preset video modes (Scenery, Theater, Game, Night View, and Standard) can be selected via a hotkey.

Stylish and User-friendly Design for Modern Sophistication

  • Built-in hidden stereo speakers for multimedia enjoyment.
  • Cable manager gets rid of tangling cables and wires.
  • VESA Wall Mount Standard (100 x 100 mm ).
  • 25° ( forward 5°, backwards 20° )Tilting Angle.
  • KENSINGTON Security Lock.
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Peerless Dual Screen Mount

Peerless Dual Screen Desktop Mount

$159

  • Minimizes desktop footprint
  • Supports two up to 30” displays on a 35.4” crossbar, saving workspace
  • 12” of height adjustment for the ideal viewing point
  • Keeps cables and cords out of sight and protected
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* Some older PCs may require additional hardware and/or configuration to support a second display.  Contact Atech for assistance.

Pricing Valid until Dec. 31, 2012. Inquire for Details.

Comments (1)


  1. Sukhjot - Reply
    January 7, 2013

    I’ve been shopping aruond for a new monitor for quite some time. I always do my research before making a purchase, and it was no different with this monitor. Having been a past ASUS component owner who is impressed with the quality and innovation in their products, I ended up searching aruond for quite a while only to come back to them. I started out with quite a list of features I was looking for in a monitor, and I wasn’t sure I could find any monitor that could satisfy the list of essential features. But then I found the VE278Q. The monitor has everything I wanted in a top of the line monitor, and it delivers in every way exceptionally well. I’ll do a pros and cons list first, then round this out with more info: PROS: +Excellent color quality very rich and accurate color when calibrated. +Super fast no ghosting. +Even lighting no backlight bleeding. +Wide range of input options, and audio options. +Very bright, instant on with no warm up time, and outstanding contrast. +Solid range of adjustments, video modes, and display capabilities. +Anti-glare coating removes nearly all glare. +Price is low for such quality monitor. +No dead pixels. +Very good max viewing angles with minimal color distortion +Decent internal speakers that don’t waste visible space if you don’t need them. CONS: -I can’t really think of any RATING: VALUE: 10 FEATURES: 10 SETTINGS: 9 QUALITY: 10 DESIGN: 10 OVERALL: 9.8 ADDITIONAL INFO: **** Input options: HDMI, Display Port, DVI, and RGB inputs an outstanding range of input options. It also has a stereo audio input that will output sound from the internal speakers, which I might add aren’t half bad for a display thats so thin. They don’t have much distortion even at max volume (which is pleasingly loud), and thanks to internal Bass and Treble settings you can make them sound pretty good, though still not as good as a dedicated desktop system. I didn’t expect much from them, but I was surprised. There is also a line out jack that works wonders for HDMI content. I currently have audio coming from my PS3 (along with 1080P video) in a different room through an HDMI splitter into this monitor, going out the line out on the monitor and into the line in on my PC, which then outputs the sound to my high quality desktop speakers that are connected to my PC (this lets me share audio between the two). The way it handles HDMI audio is a truly outstanding bonus, and it really made this monitor far more useful to me as a secondary display for my other HDMI entertainment devices. **** Video options: The display features customizable Splendid picture modes (5 total, with sRGB being raw, and non-configurable), sharpness adjustment, Trace Free which attempts to remove any additional ghosting as far as I can tell, and ASCR (ASUS Super Contrast Ratio) which is available as an option for all display modes except sRGB and Standard , and AI Light which adjusts the back light to a balanced level with the room lighting. Of those options I use the following settings. I set Sharpness down from 50 to 40 to give the display a nice smooth look for reading text, and it works very well, since the display is otherwise one of the sharpest I have seen. I set Trace Free to 0, since with a 2ms response time, ghosting is essentially nonexistent (this monitor is fast!). I leave ASCR on, since it really does do an amazing thing for gaming the display can literally go pitch black when a dark scene is on the screen, and then within 1-2 seconds ramp up to eye burning max brightness when needed. AI Light works great, but it should be noted that it is only available when ASCR is disabled, since both cause adjustment of the LED lighting. The monitor has no gamma adjustment, but it does feature custom color temperature settings with an R/G/B adjustment menu along with some presets (Cool/Normal/Warm). My current settings for R/G/B are R: 83, G: 76, B: 69 to make it match the calibrated output tone of my top of the line theater projector. I set color to 43 for all modes to prevent clipping, and contrast to 67 to keep color tone balance consistent across the entire grayscale, and again prevent clipping. It looks very, very nice with a bit of adjustment. Uncharacteristically warm for an LCD, in a good way. I’ve always been a fan of the warm, smooth, fast look of CRT’s. This monitor is the first one I’ve seen that I could say matches and exceeds all of those characteristics. **** More features: Picture in picture works excellent, allowing you to move the smaller image window and change its size. You can have picture in picture from one

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