Okay, guys. I know there were some questions in regards to the internals of the Crossover versus the Yamakasi. While, as I stated earlier, I don't use portrait mode, I was curious why I (and I believe one other) could not fully rotate.
Note: Again, forgive the pictures. I do not have a real camera. They should still contain the information wanted.
This is the back of the stand with the monitor and plastic cap removed. As you can see, the base on the left side is warped - probably due to shipping this monitor with the stand on. I gripped the left side as close to the front (closest to the monitor) as I could and pulled it away from the center of the base. I also has to pull the right side into the base probably 1° in, and I now have level portrait mode...
That I'll never use.
Moving on! I decided while the monitor was apart I'd take pictures of all the PCBs and any other miscellany.
This is found mounted on the right side of the back. You can see it through the vents on the back of your monitor.
Other side of same PCB.
Sticker on my panel. Picture works, thumbnail doesn't.
Here is the second PCB I came across.
Closeup of MFGR/Model/Revision of same PCB
Would this be DisplayPort?
Here is the last PCB I could find. This one and the previous hook up via the flat cable that you see in the previous PCB and the slot in the middle of this one. I couldn't get a picture of the backside of this PCB, I wasn't feeling dexterous at the time.
Close up of MFGR/Model/ PN of PCB.
Reassembly tip for the sides:
Well, that's it! I haven't looked at the Yamakasi PCBs to know the difference. Any information on that'd be great.