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    HP EliteDisplay E243d

    The ultimate Ultrabook accessory?
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    Re: HP EliteDisplay E243d

    They say pricey even if it comes with the stand for "only" 380£.
    Get real people. These just stands cost arm and fortune.
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    Re: HP EliteDisplay E243d

    Quote Originally Posted by HEXUS View Post
    you'd have to fasten a DVI cable on both ends
    DVI?
    Pfft.... VGA!
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    Re: HP EliteDisplay E243d

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HEXUS View Post
    you'd have to fasten a DVI cable on both ends
    DVI?
    Pfft.... VGA!
    Last time I did this it was S-video out... the quality was...

    ...impressive.

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    Re: HP EliteDisplay E243d

    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    They say pricey even if it comes with the stand for "only" 380£.
    Get real people. These just stands cost arm and fortune.
    As the article hinted at, these are really aimed at the corporate market. The would be ideal for a hot decking scenario or a mobile workforce that needs occasional office space.

    And in that scenario (again as the article said) if you are buying 50, 100 or more, you wouldn’t be paying the headline figure!
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    Re: HP EliteDisplay E243d

    I like how recent revisions of USB have made vendor-specific laptop docks obsolete overnight. One port, available on all new devices, and it offers all the connectivity you could need from a dedicated dock

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