If a store's info about a monitor is that it can only "tilt", does this mean I can not use a monitor arm to put it into portrait mode with Windows 7?
I'm looking for 22-24 inch monitors that have a 16:10 aspect ratio so that
1) When the monitor is in landscape mode, I have more vertical space for reading and editing documents, mail, and web pages. ... More than on the more common (yet squished looking, in my opinion) 16:9 aspect ratio.
2) When the monitor is in portrait mode, more Excel columns will appear.
However, the monitor can only "tilt". I definitely want to pivot it into portrait mode on a Windows 7 system.
Could I do that with a monitor arm, even though the specs say "tilt" only?
PS: To Submit, I have to select a Sub-category. The title of this forum includes Displays, yet I don't see Displays as a Sub-category, and this question doesn't match any existing Sub-Category. I believe my video card is ATI, but that doesn't matter with regards to this question, right?
Just make sure that any monitor you are thinking about buying is "VESA mount" capable as not all of them are, a VESA mount is the plate on the back with four or eight screws depending on whether it's a 75mm, 100mm or both.