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I am in the market for a 1440p monitor and wish to mount it with a desk mount.

I am wanting to buy the QNIX QX270 but its stem is not removable without taking off the bezel.

Is there a better monitor option for easily installed VESA mount?

Any help is appreciated.
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Buy the X-Star DP2710, it's the same exact monitor, but the clear stem is removable by just pulling on it hard (this is not possible with the Qnix).
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Is there a way to remove the stem from the QNIX by further disassembling the monitor?
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Is there a way to remove the stem from the QNIX by further disassembling the monitor?

Yes, remove the 4 screws at the bottom, then use a flat head to gently unclip the two halves of the plastic casing.. the clear nub can be easily removed by unscrewing the two screws holding it in place.

Google youtube for qnix disassemble videos.
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Is there a way to remove the stem from the QNIX by further disassembling the monitor?

Follow this playlist:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnVkA6ZcoQv5piavGXZDJv3Wj2E4MT_iE
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Buy the X-Star DP2710, it's the same exact monitor, but the clear stem is removable by just pulling on it hard (this is not possible with the Qnix).

Hi, can I confirm that you really can remove the stem by pulling it hard? That will be the sole advantage for the X-Star over the QNIX in my book if it was true.
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Hi, can I confirm that you really can remove the stem by pulling it hard? That will be the sole advantage for the X-Star over the QNIX in my book if it was true.

I've seen a few people with X-Stars post that it worked for them...
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