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Asus VE278q problem

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Just picked up this monitor up yesterday. So far its great for gaming and watching movies, however theres one problem.

The stand/monitor pretty much wobbles whenever I move my mouse or type. it's gets really annoying when i'm playing a fps or something and having the screen wobble around every second frown.gif

I read alot of reviews before I bought it saying the stand was bad, but I didn't think it would be this bad.

Is there anything I can do to possibly fix this? I've double checked to make sure the stand is on properly incase maybe that was whats wrong, but thats not the case. I'm really tempted to return it since it ruins my whole gaming experience.
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Get one of those desk mount brakets and a back plate that fits your monitor, any good office supply place.
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Glad i went with that Samsung monitor frown.gif
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