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Workstation Monitor

When I'm in front of my computer, I normally navigate from one browser to another. Actually I have 10-20 browsers open in all tabs. So I decided to find a solution (technology) to get a multiple screen where I can see them all at once, at least 4 active on screen.

This is one good technology available through website. I've checked it and no price listed on the website. I guess I need to call them for pricing.

I'm also checking with DELL to see if they can offer a similar technology.

Share your thought.


  1. That looks bitching! I bet it's big bucks though. It has to be nothing that good is ever economic.

  2. Suggested by my officemates.

    Triple Monitor Adapter
    Run three monitors from one video connection. An easy way to add more monitors. Each monitor cannot be larger than 24".

    Buy link for $329


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