REVIEW: NEC LCD2690WUXi Part 4
The base can be removed with the utmost ease in order to attach a VESA mount. The LCD should first be placed carefully panel side down on the desk. Then, the monitor arm can be removed from the back of the monitor without any difficulty using a release lever.
Front and back of the base.
The rotating plate, located in the middle, can be seen on the underside of the monitor and allows the NEC LCD2690WUXi to rotate up to a full 360°.
Once the base has been removed successfully, the four VESA100 screw holes can be seen. Now, either a different base or a wall bracket can be attached. Since the back panel on the NEC LCD2690WUXi features BESA200 screw holes as well as the VESA100 holes, any mount that conforms to either of these standards can be attached.
Screw holes for VESA100 (blue) and VESA200 (red) on the back of the monitor.
The cable routing is located at the back of the base. Here, up to three cables can be fed through the clamps. After wiring, the rather unsightly routing clamps can be screened using the simple but attractively designed cable covering.
Cable routing on the NEC LCD2690WUXi.
The power LED glows a pleasant blue when the monitor is in use. The user can also choose to change the colour to green in the OSD menu. When the monitor is in standby mode, the colour changes to orange. The NEC LCD2690WUXi’s power LED is not unpleasantly bright, even in darkened surroundings.
Left, the blue power LED when the monitor is in use, middle, the alternative green LED and right, standby mode.
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