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Please note that the Potalion has exposed VESA mounting holes without any dismantling. It's significant since it's cheaper, has good mounting holes, etc.
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Only problem is that to get the stand completely off you still have to disassemble the monitor:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1270861/potalion-2710qw-monitor-club/80#post_17564573

It doesn't look too difficult but you risk voiding warranty/damaging the screen. I'd say it's worth it if you feel comfortable doing so. smile.gif Cheapest perfect pixel, and eligible for squaretrade warranty is a great deal.
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Only problem is that to get the stand completely off you still have to disassemble the monitor:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1270861/potalion-2710qw-monitor-club/80#post_17564573
It doesn't look too difficult but you risk voiding warranty/damaging the screen. I'd say it's worth it if you feel comfortable doing so. smile.gif Cheapest perfect pixel, and eligible for squaretrade warranty is a great deal.
Removing the stock stand and getting to the vesa mounts is a breeze smile.gif Just needs some patience of course wink.gif
post #23 of 24
If the stem bothers you, sure.
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I bought the Catleap, it was $350 shipped to my door, arrived 5 days after placing the order, and had zero dead or stuck pixels. It is a beautiful monitor and is nearly on par image quality wise with my Dell 30" UltraSharp.
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