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I've got two Acer X233Hbid 23" Widescreen LCD Monitors from new egg back last summer, each weigh 10.5lbs a piece

I want to buy a third Acer 23" (closest I've found is the X235 on Newegg, weighs in at 11.5 lbs), one of the new ATI video cards that will output to 3 displays, and then a monitor stand that will let me use them in portrait mode like the image below.

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I found the following: $260 - ERGOTRON 33-323-200 DS100 Triple-Monitor Desk Stand and was wondering if anyone has any experience with this kind of setup and whether it would work for me or not...

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Out of curiousity, do you plan on just having an awesome amount of work space or is there some software/games that utilize this 3 way portrait setup well? –  Troggy Apr 29 '10 at 15:54
    
The above image is from a review about ATI's new Eyefinity tech, which if I understand correctly, should work with all games. I don't game much right now, but I seem to never have enough work space available. I got the dual arms I mentioned below and currently have my 23's in portrait mode so it is like the picture above, but with only two lcd's. I already love the extra vertical space which makes reading long web pages/PDF's a snap. I'm sure I'll get back into games one of these days, and at that point the massive display will definitely be nice (and i'll probably get that 3rd lcd then) –  Josh W. May 3 '10 at 15:34

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Well, I don't have an answer as per the tripple monitor mount, but I finally went with one of the ERGOTRON LX Dual Desk Mount Arm since I currently only have 2 LCD's. Whenever I get around to getting a 3rd, I'll probably just get another Ergotron since the ones I have now work so well.

Jeff Atwood convinced me with his post here: LCD Monitor Arms

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