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NEC dual monitor desktop trend report

Dennis Hissink : 2005-12-28 21:20:00
NEC dual monitor desktop trend report : With IT spending on the rise again, businesses looking for the best return on their IT investment needn't look any further than the screen in front of them. With the average price of a 19-inch LCD now below $500 and display bezel widths approaching the thickness of a pencil, the idea of creating twice the amount of available screen space to employees is more approachable than ever. However, few IT managers will outfit an office environment with dual-monitors simply because they can. Return on investment, as with any IT expenditure, must drive the decision. A dual-monitor arrangement can provide benefits beyond increased efficiency and productivity.

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