We all know that one of the things that can become a premium on your desktop is space. If you have papers, a caddy with pens, maybe your hard drive and a monitor, you try everything that you can to make more space, but there is one space hog that, unlike the rest, can be avoided with a simple substitution. And it won't cost as much as you might think.
That is right; you can cut down your space hogs by replacing your regular monitor with a flat panel monitor. A flat panel monitor can not only save you space, but it can also give you enhanced clarity in your images.
So now I pose to you the question, why, if you know about these amazing benefits have you been waiting this long to get your hands on one of them?
Well let me take a guess at why you have been working with that older monitor all of this time when you could have a new flat screen monitor. I bet that is has to do with the potential drain on your wallet in getting one. Don't worry, I am not one of those smug little technocrats who has a big toy budget and thinks that in order to survive that you need to have the best and the newest of toys. I, much like you, live squarely in the land called reality, and know that the lust for technology toys must be in balance with our real world needs and your other wants. After all, a new flat screen monitor will not do you any good if:
Your Internet service is shut off because the company didn't get payment this month.
You lose the power to your house due to a past due bill.
You can't concentrate due to lack of food.
So that means that a flat screen out of your price range, or one that would impair your ability to meet your financial responsibilities, is not one that we are going to take the time to examine. Maybe after you win the big jack pot you can, but until that day it would be wise to make budget a primary concern when making your technology purchases in the near future.
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