REVIEW: Packard Bell Maestro 220Wdv Part 4
The cover features large ventilation slots which guarantee on the one hand that the monitor does not get hot, but on the other allow small insects to find their way inside during the summer.
The ventilation slots are quite large.
The Packard Bell Maestro 220Wdv is not suitable for a VESA-Standard mount and can therefore not be mounted on a wall, for example. This means that further ergonomic features that normally come with a separate monitor arm are absent.
No cable routing can be found on the Packard Bell Maestro 220Wdv.
The arm and base of the Packard Bell Maestro 220Wdv are made of aluminium and are very nicely finished.
The shapely base is slotted into the arm and fastened using a large screw which is built in to the base.
The aluminium base before the monitor has been attached.
The screw has a handle that folds out and allows the user to screw it in tightly without using a screwdriver. The screw hole is also wide enough to allow you to use a one cent coin as a screwdriver.
The screw is visible at the top of the picture towards the centre; the black rubber pads prevent the monitor from slipping on the table surface.
Close-up of the screw on the base.
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