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Westinghouse LCM-17v2 Monitor
By: Terri Wells
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    2006-08-21

    Table of Contents:
  • Westinghouse LCM-17v2 Monitor
  • Inside the Box
  • Some Assembly Required
  • Do You Need to Feel in Control?
  • So How Well Does it Work Already?

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    Westinghouse LCM-17v2 Monitor - Inside the Box


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    Monitors need lots of protection in their packaging, so I was a little concerned. The box seemed sturdy enough, but the cardboard wasnít quite as heavy as that used for my CRT (and no wonder; it had to support a lot less weight). I neednít have worried.

    Here you can see the monitor itself held snugly between the Styrofoam blocks, and get a glimpse of the other items Westinghouse thoughtfully included. Below you'll see a shot of the other goodies that came in the box.

    Here you can see that Westinghouse has included everything needed to set up the monitor. In no particular order, thereís the DC power adapter cord (with the power brick), VGA and audio cables, an AC power cord, a stand for the monitor should you choose not to hang it on the wall, the userís manual, and the warranty card.

    Hereís a full-on picture of the monitor itself before itís removed from its protective packaging.

    Okay, we can see that we have everything, but this monitor looks a little ridiculous in the middle of my living room. I could hardly wait to get this puppy put together and move it to where it belongs.

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