Monitors have changed significantly over the years, some notable changes include curve monitors, dual monitors, smart features, and adjustable stands. These changes are prompted by advancements in technology, evolving work habits, and the need for more productivity. Computer monitors will likely keep changing to meet the demands of the modern work environments. Like most workplace equipment, monitors can be used safely and effectively in a variety of applications when set up properly.
To avoid potential risks, follow these best practices below so you can optimize your client’s setup in this new world:
→ [05:00] - What a stereotypical ergonomic setup for monitors looks like.
→ [06:29] - Ideal viewing distance for wide/dual monitors.
→ [09:39] - Proper setup for multiple monitor systems to reduce neck discomfort.
→ [13:39] - Tricks for setting up mismatched monitors.
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