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Helpful votes received on reviews: 98% (161 of 164)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,057,642 - Total Helpful Votes: 161 of 164
Ergotron LX Triple Display Lift Stand - Stand for &hellip by Ergotron
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
I have 3 Dell 19" monitors hooked up to my one PC, standing adjacent to each other. I use this configuration for flight simulator and also having a large desktop makes it great for having multiple applications running.

Trying to line up three monitors each on their own stand was never easy and also a lot of desk space was used up with three stands.

I saw the Erogtron for mounting 3 monitors and thought it seemed perfect. It's a heavy duty build and putting it together was relatively easy.

The unit allows the screens to tilt back and forward, move up and down and each monitor can be easily rotated to portrait or landscape mode. It has little brackets at the… Read more
D-Link DUB-H7 7 - Port USB 2.0 Hub External by D-Link
84 of 85 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Does the job, 23 July 2007
I have a stack of USB devices (mainly panels for my flight simulator) and needed a neat solution to to move away from lots of trailing wires to my computer.
I considered the Belkin Hi-Speed USB 2.0 7 Port Hub as it initially had many favourable reviews. However recently it had got some negative reviews on Amazon. The D-Link had been reviewed in a PC magazine and got high marks.

The dimensions of the D-Link pleasantly surprised me; it's about the size of a chunky mobile phone. It's a powered USB 2.0 compatible hub and the status lights for each port are useful. Good news for me is that it worked straight out of the box with all seven ports used. Definately worth considering… Read more
Microsoft Natural Ergo Keyboard 4000  (Retail Pack&hellip by Microsoft
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's different, 20 Jun 2007
I've just started using this keyboard today but have been a long time user of Microsoft's Natural keyboard range.

Size - it's a bit oversized but if you have decent size desk, then there should be no issue in placing this. The mouse is pushed out a bit too far on the right hand side. However, I'm lucky that I can use the mouse with either my right or left hand!

Ergonomics - This is the first time I've seen/used a keyboard that is raised from the front (and lowered at the back). It's taken a few hours to get used to but I'm finding it surprisingly comfortable. The design allows your hands to sit in a more natural position.

The wrist rest is made of leather… Read more