REVIEW: Hyundai W240D Part 4
The ventilation slots on the back are smaller than they appear at first glance since they are wedge-shaped and narrow towards one end. This means than even small insects can hardly make their way inside the monitor, although 100 percent protection is only possible with a completely sealed exterior.
The fine ventilation slots of the Hyundai W240D make it hard for insects to gain entry.
The base is screwed on to the monitor with four Philips head screws. The screw holes are 10 cm apart and therefore comply with the VESA100 standard. Once the base has been removed, any VESA100 base can then be screwed onto the Hyundai W240D.
Left: Connection of monitor with base. On the right, the VESA100 compliant screw holes can be seen after the removal of the base.
The Hyundai W240D has a total weight of 9,9 kilograms, with the large base weighing 2,5 kilograms alone. The slightly oval base gives the LCD monitor excellent stability on the desk, so there is no risk of it falling over.
Not only does the stable base look well, it also provides all necessary ergonomic functions.
A metal plate under the base and five rubber pads give the LCD monitor high stability on the desk.
The manufacturing quality of the exterior of the monitor and of the base is flawless. The parts fir cleanly together and the gaps are very small. We could not establish any creaking or cracking during the test. The tilting, rotating, height adjustment and pivot mechanisms work smoothly and without any problem.
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