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August 5, 2007

Multi Monitor System

at 5:22 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Funny Hacks

Just think, if multi tasking operating systems didn’t exist this Multi Monitor System might be what we would need to keep productivity up. 🙂

“Me and Rob decided to build the ultimate workstation. All 100% custom built by us. We’re nearly done, we just have to do a few more cable organizations and wire in the switch backpane for the networking. Along with a shoplight mounted to the top

Specs:
8′ wide
7′ tall
4.5′ depth
Capacity: 8-32 computers (kvm supported but not installed).
8 17″ LCD Acer monitors w/ stub mounts
8 full sized keyboard/mice
6’7″x4′ keyboard tray (tray slides in and out)
Weight Capacity: Approx. 700+lbs (i can easily jump around on it)”

Via DIY Happy


 

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6 Responses to “Multi Monitor System”

  1. buma Says:

    how boring

  2. L0rd_D4rk Says:

    It doesn’t seem comfortable to work at that desk with another three people, you don’t even have the necessary space to move the mouse. Or am I missing something?

  3. Myself Says:

    Ahh I did something similar with my bench here, mounted an LCD to the shelf so the space formerly occupied by the CRT is now available for peripherals. I can flip the monitor down to access the bench power supplies behind it…

  4. Davey Says:

    You could still be productive with that setup…lol. It would have more power than a single computer. Not as convenient though. I prefer my Dual Quad monitor Setups with the Quad Extreme processor. This site is awesome! Keep putting out these great posts!

  5. Multi-Monitor Says:

    I love this website! You guys do some of the coolest stuff with multiple monitors and technology! HackedGadgets is the bomb!

  6. Multi-monitor computer Says:

    What kind of storage back-up to you have on that network?

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