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Old 11-09-2015, 11:38 PM   #15
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Agree with comment above - it's inspirational to see your brain at work and go for it attitude. I must have missed this post. I envy your renovated floor space.

It's funny how one sometimes makes do with whatever is on hand. I've always wanted a side table next to my side of the bed to support a laptop and clock and right now use my box that holds our 32" monitor. I'd like to make a fold down side table but then what would I store our monitor in while we travel rough roads? The box obviously is makeshift but do people leave their monitors up while traveling? Don't mean to hijack your post but thought you or others may have a suggestion.
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Old 11-12-2015, 04:03 PM   #16
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Agree with comment above - it's inspirational to see your brain at work and go for it attitude. I must have missed this post. I envy your renovated floor space.

It's funny how one sometimes makes do with whatever is on hand. I've always wanted a side table next to my side of the bed to support a laptop and clock and right now use my box that holds our 32" monitor. I'd like to make a fold down side table but then what would I store our monitor in while we travel rough roads? The box obviously is makeshift but do people leave their monitors up while traveling? Don't mean to hijack your post but thought you or others may have a suggestion.
My monitor is mounted the same way you would mount a TV. I used a VESA swing arm rated for it. That might be your solution. And then I use velcro straps to keep it secured while traveling.
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