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Dave Dewey
2005-10-25, 12:31
I love the new design and am planning on buying one shortly.

The only question I have is the display angle; I saw a couple questions in
another thread about whether it was adjustable but didn't see an answer.
>From perusing the pictures and the animation on the slimdevices site, it
doesn't appear that you can adjust the angle; that 'support bar' looks to be
fixed. It's not that critical to me, but it definitely will affect where
this new one (#3, one each SB, SB2 and now 3) will live.

dave

patrick
2005-10-25, 12:35
It not designed to be adjustable.

Patrick


On 10/25/05 12:31 PM, "Dave Dewey" <ddewey (AT) cyberthugs (DOT) com> wrote:

>
> I love the new design and am planning on buying one shortly.
>
> The only question I have is the display angle; I saw a couple questions in
> another thread about whether it was adjustable but didn't see an answer.
>> From perusing the pictures and the animation on the slimdevices site, it
> doesn't appear that you can adjust the angle; that 'support bar' looks to be
> fixed. It's not that critical to me, but it definitely will affect where
> this new one (#3, one each SB, SB2 and now 3) will live.
>
> dave
>

patrick
2005-10-25, 12:36
Oops...verbs are good.

It WAS not designed to be adjustable.

Patrick


On 10/25/05 12:35 PM, "Patrick Cosson" <patrick (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com> wrote:

> It not designed to be adjustable.
>
> Patrick
>
>
> On 10/25/05 12:31 PM, "Dave Dewey" <ddewey (AT) cyberthugs (DOT) com> wrote:
>
>>
>> I love the new design and am planning on buying one shortly.
>>
>> The only question I have is the display angle; I saw a couple questions in
>> another thread about whether it was adjustable but didn't see an answer.
>>> From perusing the pictures and the animation on the slimdevices site, it
>> doesn't appear that you can adjust the angle; that 'support bar' looks to be
>> fixed. It's not that critical to me, but it definitely will affect where
>> this new one (#3, one each SB, SB2 and now 3) will live.
>>
>> dave
>>

Michaelwagner
2005-10-25, 13:01
Oops...verbs are good.IBM used to say, any noun can be verbed :-)

machinehead
2005-10-25, 18:15
"Patrick Cosson" <patrick (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com> wrote in
message news:BF83D763.32785%patrick (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com...
Oops...verbs are good.

It WAS not designed to be adjustable.

Patrick

IMO, if you're putting it up real high, you could always shim that bar a
bit - if you think it's high enough to be an issue but low enough that
you'll see something propping the bar up, then wrap it in some tubing -
automotive vacuum tube for a little tilt, a piece or two of pipe insulation
for a bigger tilt...there's a way around everything. Hell, be creative -
there's probably a billion common items you could make little feet out of
and would still look slick enough that no one would ever know.

Ed