REVIEW: Hyundai W240D Part 3
When the monitor is delivered, the height adjustment is secured for transport by means of a screw on the back of the base.
The Hyundai W240D has height adjustment with a range of 12.5 cm. In the lowest position, the distance between the lower edge of the exterior and the table surface is 6 cm. In the highest setting, the screen is located 18.5 cm above the table surface. Thus, the height adjustment feature offers sufficient scope and should meet the ergonomic requirements of most workspaces.
The base has a joint at the top which allows the monitor to rotate 45 degrees right and left. When the monitor is being rotated, the base maintains its position on the desk. A tilting mechanism is also included and allows the monitor to be tilted by up to three degrees forwards and 17 degrees backwards.
Beim Schwenken des Bildschirms um bis zu 45 Grad dreht sich der Standfuß nicht mit.
Unusual view: The back of the Hyundai W240D gleams in glossy white.
A pivot function completes the ergonomic package for the Hyundai W240D. The pivot joint does not have any locking points, so the Monitor needs to be adjusted by hand.
The maximum height of the monitor in portrait mode is 65 cm and the distance between the lower edge and the table surface is 7 cm. In portrait mode, the monitor can be lowered onto the base or the table surface depending on the tilting angle. When the monitor is being lowered, the user should be careful to ensure that the W240D does not hit the base.
Hyundai has also included a pivot function in the W240D.
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