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All in one washer and dryer: The Best Washer-Dryer Combo (But We Don’t Recommend It)

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The Best Washer-Dryer Combo (But We Don’t Recommend It)

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Our pick is discontinued and we don’t have a new one to share at this time.

Washer-dryer combos are becoming increasingly popular, and we plan to test a few new ones soon, including the GE Profile UltraFast All-in-One Washer/Dryer Combo.

In the meantime, if a compact washer and dryer might work in your space instead, you might consider our upgrade pick washing machine (the Miele WXD160) and dryer (the Miele TXD160) from our guide to the best washing machines and their matching dryers.

Unless you have no other choice, an all-in-one, single-drum, washer-dryer combo is almost never the best way to do your laundry. We spent 10 hours looking into 13 models, and couldn’t find a model that works anywhere near as quickly as a separate washer and dryer. However, if a combo unit truly is your only option for washing and drying clothes in your small home, the LG WM3488HW is your safest bet.

Our pick


Avoid all-in-one washer-dryers if you can. Otherwise, this compact, ventless, 120-volt model is the safety bet for reliability—or at least repairability.

It’s the only compact, ventless, 120-volt model made by a brand with a reputation for keeping replacement parts available for more than a few years. Owners seem to be pretty happy with it, and it has better washing and drying features than any of its competitors.

The research

  • Why you should trust us
  • Why we’re skeptical of all-in-one combos
  • Who should (and shouldn’t) get this
  • How we picked
  • Our pick: LG WM3488HW compact ventless washer-dryer combo
  • Flaws but not dealbreakers, and what to expect from your combo
  • The competition
  • What about laundry centers?

Why you should trust us

Since 2013 I’ve covered appliances for Wirecutter, and have put in hundreds of hours of research into washers and dryers, including interviews with repair technicians from around the country, representatives from all the major washer brands, a major detergent company, and another review website. I’ve also read most of the reviews at and CNET, and countless emails, comments, tweets, message board posts, and user reviews from our readers and pretty much anyone else who cared enough to weigh in on laundry machines.

Why we’re skeptical of all-in-one combos

If single-drum washer-dryer combos worked well, they’d be the ultimate laundry appliances. They take up half the space of separate machines, and you don’t have to transfer clothes between them.

The washing aspect works fine, but drying takes a couple hours longer than a separate machine would.

But brand after brand has tried to make all-in-one laundry happen, yet decades later, the machines are still not popular. The washing aspect works fine, but drying takes a couple hours longer than a separate machine would, and that’s if you’ve loaded the machine to only half capacity. You can’t wash new loads while you wait for the dryer, either, so laundry day slows to a crawl. All-in-ones also have high repair rates and aren’t much cheaper to buy than separate machines, so they’ll almost always cost you more in the long run.

Steve Sheinkopf, owner and CEO of Yale Appliance in Boston and one of the industry’s most prolific bloggers put it bluntly: “I hate these things,” he told us. “It’s really a product that should not be on the market. We do everything in our power not to sell them.”

The problem, Sheinkopf said, is that the repair rate is sky high—over 70 percent within the first year, according to his service department’s records. “They seem to be the most repair-prone products we sell.”

The problem, Sheinkopf said, is that the repair rate is sky high—over 70 percent within the first year, according to his service department’s records.

Chaim Shanet, a repair technician for Mr. Appliance of Park Slope in Brooklyn, services an area with many small apartments in mid-rise and high-rise buildings—a neighborhood where all-in-one combo units actually make sense in a lot of homes. He said that even among his space-constrained clients “people either love them or hate them. …There’s no middle ground.” (He also could not confirm the repair rate that Sheinkopf mentioned.)

All that said, the user reviews for all-in-ones tend to be pretty good. Most of the reviews we read seemed to be written by people with little space but plenty of patience. Donna Smallin Kuper, a professional organizer and cleaning expert, uses an all-in-one model in her RV and told us that she’s happy with it, and that most of her friends in the RV community own one and like it, too. We’ve also read a couple dozen user reviews from people who live in small homes and don’t mind the long dry times of an all-in-one, because they find it easier than hang-drying.

Who should (and shouldn’t) get this

If you have no other practical choice for washing and drying your laundry, you could consider getting an all-in-one washer-dryer combo.

For example, if you live in an RV or on a boat, space is at a premium and hang-drying your clothes is not practical, so an all-in-one combo is probably the only good option.

Or, if you’re in a very small home with very little space and you wouldn’t consider hang-drying your clothes, an all-in-one combo might be a good choice.

But if you have the space for a separate washer and dryer—even a compact pair—skip the combo unit. It might seem like a clever way to save space and maybe even some stress on laundry day. But as far as we can tell, the downsides aren’t worth it for most people who can avoid it.

How we picked

We’ve put in hundreds of hours researching all types of washers and dryers, including full-size and compact models. For single-drum washer-dryer combos in particular, we did about 10 hours of targeted research into 13 models. However, we did not test any of them ( is the only major source that has, and even it tested only two models). So this advice is all based on research and interviews.

Because our experts warned us that you should get a combo only if you have no other choice, we narrowed our focus to models that required the least space and the fewest special connections. The criteria include:

  • A compact, 24-inch-wide chassis: This is the same size as a dishwasher or stand-alone compact washing machine—small enough to install under a kitchen counter or to stuff into a tiny laundry closet.
  • A ventless design: This leads to long drying times but easier installation.
  • 120-volt power source: Again, slow drying but flexible installation.

This left us with a handful of finalists, including the LG WM3488HW, Haier HLC1700AXW, Midea USFC70DS12DSH (currently unavailable), Deco DC4400CV (a convertible vented-ventless model also sold under the Pinnacle and Equator labels, according to Reviewed. com), and Magic Chef MCSCWD20W3 (now discontinued).

Our pick: LG WM3488HW compact ventless washer-dryer combo

Our pick


Avoid all-in-one washer-dryers if you can. Otherwise, this compact, ventless, 120-volt model is the safety bet for reliability—or at least repairability.

The LG WM3488HW seems like the safest bet for an all-in-one washer-dryer combo, if that’s your only practical choice for washing and drying laundry at home. It has better features than other models, and though we can’t be sure it’s more reliable, it should at least be easier to find parts to fix it in a few years.

LG is the best-known brand that makes a compact, ventless, 120-volt model, and its regular washers and dryers are some of the most reliable, according to Yale Appliance. Several repair technicians have told us that LG reliably keeps old parts available, so you should be able to fix this thing as needed for several years. Shanet, the repair technician from Brooklyn, specifically recommended LG combos above other brands for this reason.

The WM3488HW also has a maximum spin-dry speed of 1,400 rpm, the highest of any combo. That helps wick the water out of clothes at the end of a wash cycle, so they may not need to spend as much time in the dryer. Our other finalists maxed out at 1,200 rpm.

At 2.3 cubic feet, the WM3488HW also has a slightly larger capacity than its peers, which are all 2 cubic feet or smaller. That’s enough space to add an extra T-shirt or two per load.

It also has more washing options than other compact combos, including a few useful ones like an extra-hot wash temperature and a steam-cleaning option. You won’t use them often, but they’re handy when you need to sanitize items. No other finalists have the internal water heater that’s required for those features.

The WM3488HW has an average user rating of 4.1 stars (out of five) based on more than 400 reviews at Home Depot—that’s a solid score, especially in a category that’s supposedly bad. The consensus is that it washes well and is a surprisingly good dryer for a ventless, 120-volt model, though it still takes many hours to finish a load. The unit hasn’t been out long enough to know how reliable it will be over time, but so far so good.

Flaws but not dealbreakers, and what to expect from your combo

The LG WM3488HW costs hundreds of dollars more than any of its closest competitors. As unsure as we are of the LG, we’re even less confident about recommending the cheaper models from the other brands—we think spending more to get a decent experience is worth doing.

The other problems with the WM3488HW are the problems with any all-in-one washer-dryer combo. That is, you’re limited to washing and drying small loads, and they’re going to take a long time to finish.

It’ll take around 3½ hours, maybe longer, to wash and dry a small load of two cotton bath towels and hand towels, or maybe two days’ worth of summertime street clothes. By comparison, a standard front-load washer and vented dryer can clean and dry about 20 towels in 2½ hours with the right settings selected.

There are a few reasons why the loads are so small yet so lengthy. First, as a 120-volt appliance, it just can’t crank out as much heat as a typical 240-volt dryer. Second, it’s ventless, and ventless dryers always take longer than vented ones. Third, although the drum capacity is about the same as any other 24-inch washing machine, it’s only half the volume of a typical 24-inch dryer. Dryers need bigger drums so that clothes can tumble freely. In a drum this small, a full washer load is an overstuffed dryer load, and clothes will dry even more slowly. The WM3488HW’s manual says that you can stuff the drum if you’re just washing the clothes, but should fill it only halfway if you intend to wash and dry in the same load.

The competition

Heated tumble-drying is not the only way to dry your clothes. Before you buy a combo, think about whether you could be comfortable with a compact washing machine and a great drying rack. You’ll save hundreds of dollars, and you probably won’t lose much time relative to a combo.

We dismissed our other compact, ventless, 120-volt finalists: The Haier HLC1700AXW, Midea USFC70DS12DSH, Summit SPWD2201SS, EdgeStar CWD1550S, and Magic Chef MCSCWD20W3 (again, the last three of which appear to be the same machine with a different label). We also dismissed the Deco DC4400CV, the convertible vented-ventless model (also sold under the Equator or Pinnacle brands). As Shanet warned, you may not be able to find replacement parts from these brands after a few years. They tend to have mediocre user ratings and limited availability compared with our pick, too.

The LG Signature LUWM101HWA costs nearly $2,900, by far the most expensive combo unit and much more expensive than almost any separate washer and dryer. But this 2.8-cubic-foot, ventless, 120-volt, 24-inch model has arguably the best specs of any washer-dryer combo: It uses a heat-pump rather than a condenser for its ventless drying, which speeds up the drying process a bit and saves some energy. The spin cycle can also crank at 1,600 RPM, the fastest we’ve ever heard of in any washer, which should also help cut down on drying times. The LG Signature is not a particularly popular product, but some owner reviews have trickled out. Reviewers who compare the LG Signature with other combo units seem happy that it works noticeably (though not dramatically) faster; reviewers who thought they’d be able to seamlessly replace separate washer and dryer units seem disappointed.

Kuper, the cleaning expert and RV-dweller, told us the Splendide WD2100XC might be your best choice if your home rolls or floats. We didn’t consider it for our main pick because it’s a vented model, but that doesn’t seem to be a problem in RVs or on boats. The marketing materials specifically note that the Splendide is built with “heavy-duty springs and shock absorbers” for RV travel.

LG used to make a full-size, ventless, 120-volt all-in-one combo, the WM3997HWA, but it’s now discontinued. It has a 4.3-cubic-foot drum, an accelerated wash cycle, and 700 decent user ratings, averaging four stars out of five. Our stance is that you should get a combo only if you have no other choice, and if you can fit a full-size model in your home, you can probably fit two compact models, which will let you do more laundry faster, and will probably be more reliable. But if you’re the exception to our assumption, and think that the WM3997HWA is your best bet, we think it’s probably an okay bet—it has a lot in common with the smaller WM3488HW.

Marathon Laundry (a startup founded by a former Apple software engineer) announced its first product, an all-in-one combo in January 2016 and began shipping some units in May 2017. Most of the press coverage and the company’s marketing materials focused on how smart the machine would be, but we were mostly interested because it’s a 240-volt model, so the dryer should’ve been relatively fast compared with other all-in-one models. But it’s hard to find much information on Marathon Laundry anymore. The company’s website is still up, and according to LinkedIn it still has some employees. But its Facebook page was taken down sometime between summer 2017 (last time we looked) and October 2018 (when we’re writing this update). The company is barely active on Twitter. It also does not list a phone number on its website and did not reply to an email from Wirecutter asking about its status. It doesn’t have any stock of its machines, so if you wanted to buy one, you’d have to wait for the next production run, and that date is not publicly available either. It’s hard to find reviews of how well the company’s product works.

What about laundry centers?

When some people hear the term “washer-dryer combo,” they think of the old-school, one-piece stacks, also known as laundry centers. They have a smallish top-load washer on the bottom, and a smallish vented dryer up top. Decades ago, they were the option for vertically stacked laundry in the US.

But then front-loaders arrived and solved that problem, so we don’t think there’s a strong case for laundry centers anymore. The cheaper models are all agitator-style top-loaders, which use much more water and energy, are rougher on clothes, and don’t clean as thoroughly as high-efficiency (HE) washers. A few HE top-load laundry centers are out there, but they’re barely any cheaper than stacking a basic front-loader and dryer. They all need dryer ventilation, and they’re much harder to move in and out of your home, because they’re so huge.

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    Tumble drying saves space, time and even money on clothes and linens, because you need less of that if you don’t have to wait for things to dry. But the question of choice arises: which is better – a washer-dryer or two separate devices for washing and drying? We understand how drying technologies differ in different types of equipment and which machine to prefer depending on the circumstances.

    How does drying work in washer-dryers?

    At the end of the washing program, the dryer starts automatically or is activated separately – depending on the user’s choice. Teng heats the air inside the tank to 65-70 degrees, the drum rotates and things are dried due to movement in hot air.

    It is worth noting that the maximum load for washing and drying is always very different: for example, if you can wash 6 kg of laundry, then dry only 3-3. 5 kg. It turns out that the rest must be taken out and hung up to dry or put in a basin so that it waits for the end and a new start of the drying program – or immediately washed in small portions. In the most modern models, they try to reduce this difference in loading: for example, you can wash 8 kg, and wash and dry on a hybrid program – 6 kg.

    Another important practical point: while the machine is drying, it cannot wash. This matters if the family lives in a “wash after wash” mode. And if you need to dry things in two stages, then washing will be unavailable for two drying programs (ecologists are crying in this place, calculating electricity consumption).

    How does drying work in the tumble dryer?

    More economical than a hybrid machine: large quantities of laundry do not need multiple cycles. The process itself depends on whether a heat pump is used in the dryer, which pumps warm air into the drum, and not hot air, which circulates inside the drum and blows through things. The temperature at which this drying takes place is significantly lower than in washer dryers and dryers without a heat pump.

    Many manufacturers even refer to heat pump drying as low temperature drying. The technology allows you to dry more laundry and do it quickly and with maximum care.

    Tumble dryers without a heat pump dry in the same way as washer dryers, but this class of appliance is becoming less and less common.

    As a rule, dryers have more drying programs and additional features than hybrid ones. In addition to the standard modes of normal drying, quick drying, delicate drying, “under the iron” (linen remains slightly damp), “in the closet”, the dryer can be provided with an easy ironing or steam treatment mode to remove fabric creases and disinfect.

    Moisture from clothes in tumble dryers (with a heat exchanger) is drained into a special tank for collecting condensate or into the sewer, if the machine is connected to it. But if there is a condensate tank, the drying unit can be placed in any room without being connected to the water supply and sewage system: in the hallway, in the pantry, in the dressing room, on the insulated loggia and just in the room.

    How does a tumble dryer differ from a washer dryer?

    Because the heat pump tumble dryer does not use very hot air, the clothes are not affected by it, which in some cases can be negative. For example, delicate items can be dried in a tumble dryer if machine drying is not prohibited by the instructions on the product label. The inner surface of the dryer drum is optimized specifically for drying: special ribs create an air cushion so that things move freely around the drum.

    In addition, tumble dryers have different drying programs and you can choose the most suitable one in order to save both the shape of things – for example, soft toys, and the materials from which things are made.

    There is another important point: the dryer literally collects animal hair and hair adhering to the fabrics, all this ends up in the filter compartment and is easily removed. This feature is very much appreciated by the owners of furry pets: no vacuum cleaner can collect wool from textiles so quickly, thoroughly and – importantly – without the slightest effort from the user.

    What if there is no room for two appliances in the bathroom?

    The standard solution is to install the washer and dryer in a column, i.e. on top of each other: this allows you to save square meters using cubic meters – because often the space above the washing machine is not used at all. But there is a caveat: the cars must match in size. It is optimal to put units of the same manufacturer in the column.

    Special fasteners are sold for connecting two devices. It is better to entrust installation in a column to a professional and first make sure that the floor is perfectly flat (using a building level).

    A tumble dryer is obviously better – what’s the point of a washer-dryer then?

    There is a meaning, and a lot of it. After all, drying in such a unit expands the capabilities of the washing machine – and expands not nominally, like some kind of additional program for things that you do not have and will not have, but quite practically. If drying is needed not constantly, but from time to time, then the presence of such an opportunity in the car greatly simplifies life.

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    Our guide provides step-by-step advice on how to install a front loading tumble dryer and washer in a column.

    1. Select a washer and dryer suitable for stacking

    First make sure your appliances can be stacked. If you are unsure, refer to the operating instructions. To be placed in a column, the instruments must have the same width and depth.

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    2. Calculate the required space

    How much space do you need? Look at the dimensions of your washer and dryer. Consider the height of the washer and dryer as well as the connecting element.

    • Standard 60 cm wide washers and dryers are typically 85 cm high.
    • Both machines will take up approximately 0.6 cubic meters of space.
    • Leave an additional 50 mm to 80 mm on each side for cables, ventilation and for cooling appliances.

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    3. What you need to install a washer and dryer in a column

    • spirit level;
    • connector;
    • anti-slip pads;
    • special drill;
    • screwdriver;
    • reliable assistant;
    • fixing strap (optional).

    It’s time to collect the tools. Here is a list of what you will need to install the washer-dryer column:

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    4. Level the washer

    To prevent the column from tilting, make sure the washer is level before placing the dryer on it. Here’s how to do it: Place a spirit level on top of the washing machine. If the bubble is exactly between the two lines, the washing machine is level. If the bubble moves to one side, that side is higher. Raise the opposite foot to level the appliance.

    Pro tip: If your washing machine is on a hard surface such as concrete or tiles, use the rubber pads to absorb vibrations and reduce noise. In addition, such nozzles on the legs of the washing machine prevent it from moving.

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    5. Use the connector

    It will greatly facilitate the installation of the instruments in the column. It usually consists of a frame and fixing parts such as bolts. The frame creates a small gap between the appliances, distributing the dryer’s weight and absorbing vibrations.

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    6. Stick on the anti-slip pads

    After leveling the washing machine, stick on the anti-slip pads before attaching the connector. Compare them with the size of the legs of the dryer. Make sure the surface is clean and dry. Apply one pad to each top corner of your washing machine.

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    7. Place the dryer on top of the washer

    Remember: Place the dryer on top of the washer, never the other way around! This should only be done by an experienced qualified person. At least two people are needed to lift the instrument.

    Tumble dryers are very heavy and must be lifted very carefully. It is necessary to sit down, lift the dryer by the bottom and put it on top of the washing machine.

    Pro tip: Get everything ready and have a local service technician lift the unit.

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    How much does the tumble dryer weigh?

    Clothes dryer weighs between 45 kg and 60 kg depending on size, model and type. Make sure that the dryer is lifted by at least two people.

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    Can a washing machine be installed on top of a dryer?

    No, only a tumble dryer can be placed on top. Since their weight can increase significantly when filled with water, washing machines should always be placed on the floor. In addition, washing machines can operate at high spin speeds, which increases the risk of accidents when installed in a column.

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    Can the dryer be transported in a horizontal position?

    Depends on your dryer model. Condensing dryers can be laid on their side if needed. Heat pump tumble dryers should only be transported in an upright position.

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    Optional: use the fixing strap

    The fixing strap will help you securely fasten the appliances to each other, especially if they will stand in a separate column. Follow the tips below.

    • Start from one side: pull the strap down through the connector so that the buckle on the strap points out.
    • Pass the belt under the washing machine and through the groove on the other side.
    • Place the dryer on top of the washing machine.

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    It may seem like a sensible idea, but transitioning from a crib or cot to a full-sized single bed can be a little bit intimidating for a tot. The larger dimensions could make a child feel anxious, affecting their sleep patterns and, in turn, disturbing the rest of the family. The larger space of a full-size single is also harder to warm up than a shorty, making it less inviting.

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    Short beds come in various sizes, but in general a short single will measure around 2ft 6 inches wide by around 5ft 3-9 inches long, although some can go up to 6ft long. A short king-size bed (if that’s not a contradiction in terms!) usually measures in at around 5ft wide by 6ft 3 inches long. Of course, custom beds are another option too – allowing you to get a bed that perfectly fits into the space you have available.

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    One of the historical tales about the Middle Ages says that the beds of that era were shorter than modern ones, and therefore people slept not lying down, but half-sitting, leaning their backs against the headboard. How was it really customary to sleep in medieval society, and was “upright sleep” really practiced in those days? You will be interested to know about it!






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    If you go on a tour of a medieval castle or an upper-class house, an unsophisticated tour guide will most likely take you to the bedroom and tell you that in the past people slept on shortened beds. Actually this is not true. The comfort of the bed, as a rule, depended on the wallet. So, for example, the rich could afford a wooden bed with a feather or wool mattress and a canopy (curtains over the bed) to keep warm.

    Medieval beds weren’t shorter than modern ones – that’s a myth. Sometimes bedroom furniture was made to order: then the bed could be even longer than usual and the owner could easily fit on it to his full height. Short beds existed in the late Middle Ages, but were by no means used for sleeping. They were intended for the first wedding night of the newlyweds.

    Could people in the Middle Ages sleep sitting up?

    The first reason historians began to believe that medieval people slept half-seated was the idea of ​​short beds. But we have already dispelled this myth, which means that short furniture definitely did not contribute to a strange habit.
    But what can you say about medieval paintings depicting people who did not lie, but sat in bed? Everything is simple here: these canvases did not show a dream. This is how resting people were painted, and in some cases they depicted illness or death. But does this mean that in the Middle Ages everyone slept the same as we do now? Not really.


    According to some reports, many people in the Middle Ages actually practiced sitting sleep, considering this position to be good for health. Then it was believed that heavy, stale air accumulates closer to the floor, and fresh air rises up. Therefore, people tried to fall asleep, leaning their backs against the headboard so that their heads were higher. However, there is no direct evidence of this version, and therefore officially it cannot be accepted by historians.

    However, 17th-century British medical texts indicate that sitting sleep was common for a different reason. As doctors wrote, the vertical position could facilitate the digestion of food. This fact is also mentioned in the 2016 book Sleep in Early Modern England. Sasha Handley, author of the publication, writes that in medieval England, doctors recommended that older people practice “upright sleep” to improve digestion and prevent regurgitation during sleep. But here, too, there are nuances: it is not entirely clear what Handley meant when she spoke of sitting down. Probably, it was about a semi-lying position – when the upper back and head are raised with pillows.

    Why did people in Europe used to sleep sitting up?

    Going on excursions to the castles of Europe, from the guides it happened to hear that in the Middle Ages, and even up to the beginning of the 20th century, people in Europe slept sitting .. And sometimes even in a closet! That’s why the beds are so small, even if you consider that a person at that time was shorter.. Is this true and why did they do it?

    Different people and different guides told us
    different versions!

    After rummaging through the net in search of 100% authority, I could not find an unambiguous interpretation. Instead, I found many more references to such curiosities, explained by a variety of things! From these, sometimes serious, and sometimes very funny statements, this article was formed..

    So, we slept sitting, or rather, half-sitting, placing pillows under the torso and lying on them at an approximately 45-degree angle. such a small precaution could save a life in the event of an unexpected attack by the enemy.

    Well, well.. Quite reasonable. If a person has long been accustomed to being on the alert, sleeping half-heartedly, with his hand on the hilt of the sword – this could have become a tradition!

    – They slept sitting down out of superstition – they were afraid that either a guardian angel or demons, seeing a person lying in the pose of a dead person, would take his soul.

    Well, that’s debatable. On the one hand, who knows what people in antiquity could seriously believe in. But sleeping sitting up was such a fear in the 19th century? It’s still unlikely! Hence, the next version..

    – Sleeping while sitting was considered good for health. Allegedly, such a pose in a dream extended life, due to the fact that the blood did not rush to the head. It was also believed that it increases mental abilities!

    And very similar:

    – Physicians recommended this position to avoid the risk of cerebral hemorrhage. It was believed that children can sleep lying down, but it is better for adults to keep their heads up, especially for the elderly . .

    That sounds right. At that time, in general, great importance was attached to pressure and blood composition. They were treated with bloodletting, leeches. But there is also a more mundane explanation:

    – Falling asleep half-sitting, it was easier to digest heavy, fatty food, which was preferred. with a weak heart, he really could have had a stroke in a dream!

    There is another “medical” theory:

    – When burning fireplaces in castles, a fair amount of smoke accumulated, people often suffered from lung diseases and, moreover, tuberculosis. ..

    Further – more interesting!

    – I had to sleep half-sitting, because they could “according to the law” treat a person lying like a dead person: undress, rob and simply finish him off ..

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    – Sleeping in closets to keep warm!

    – To save space in your home!

    – Sleeping while sitting, so as not to snore: in a sitting position, the tongue does not sink, the nasopharynx is vertical and snoring does not work!

    – They slept sitting, locked in a closet, so that at night the rats would not gnaw off their noses and ears. 🙂

    Phew! That was the life of the Europeans at that time!
    And, finally, a couple of versions, already about a later time:

    – The ladies of the court slept sitting in order to maintain their hairstyle, which took more than one hour to build and which, therefore, was changed once a week or even less often .. This is definitely a fact , is confirmed in many places.. There were also combing sticks for the same hairstyle..

    And another version associated with vanity:

    – Royal people and those close to them, thus, wanted to emphasize their superiority and difference from ordinary people..

    Interesting idea! Knowing a person’s tendency to bring any fashion to the point of absurdity, it can be assumed that if at that time they considered sleeping on a high pillow with a raised head to be useful, there were probably fashionistas who were ready to sleep almost sitting down to squeeze all the benefits out of it! After all, they wore shoes with long socks tied to their knees! Maybe that’s why absurdly short beds were preserved, mainly in the palaces of kings and nobility. the bedroom closet he used in Holland can be seen in Zaandam:

    And, in conclusion, the assumption “from the opposite”:

    -Sitting, after all, no one was sleeping. The short beds were “front”. In them, like Oblomov, guests were received and, at the same time, it would, of course, be simply uncomfortable to lie flat on the bed. where receptions would be arranged not quite out of hand .. But here are luxurious royal beds in palaces .. This is very similar to the truth!

    That’s the end of my research so far! What is the result? Personally, I made the following conclusions for myself:

    Firstly, apparently, in the Middle Ages and before the beginning of the 20th century, in Europe there really was a curious custom to sleep half-sitting in bed, leaning back on a mountain of pillows – there are too many references in different countries from Italy to Sweden .. And anyone who has ever seen with their own eyes short beds and bedroom wardrobes in ancient castles cannot be convinced that this is due to the small stature of the people of the Middle Ages – maybe they were not giants, but certainly not midgets!

    Secondly, I don’t think that absolutely everyone slept while sitting.

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    In an Italian village, a wooden puppet is made by a woodcarver named Geppetto. Especially because he is in deep grief, Geppetto is thrilled when his puppet receives a visit from a fairy and then becomes a real boy, Pinocchio. Eventually, though, Pinocchio chooses to leave his small-town life and join the circus. As a result of this decision, everything in his life changes. He finds himself on an adventure that he couldn’t have imagined in his wildest dreams.

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    The Adventures of Pinocchio may have been where it all began for our loveable little wooden head, but it’s Disney’s rendition of the classic tale that’s kept the story as well known as it is today. When you use a label such as ‘timeless classic’, Pinocchio is exactly the kind of film that deserves to be associated with such an honor. It’s a story that’s entertained in its animated form for 70 years, and is finally available on Disney Blu-ray. It’s about time, too, as the now decade old DVD release was just begging for an upgrade!

    Pinocchio begins with warm-hearted toy maker Geppetto doing what he does best. Putting the finishing touches on a beautiful marionette puppet, it doesn’t take long for us to figure out who the toy maker is to a T. He’s loving and caring, but he’s never had the opportunity to share the warmth that’s bursting from inside at every seam, at least not with someone on a personal level. His craft became his passion, and the excellent products he carved out of wood himself, has been a great joy to the children in town. Despite not having a family to call his own, Geppetto did whatever he could to put a smile on the face of any child who walked into his shop. The love and care he’s put into his work never made his own dreams come true, however.

    Later that night, Geppetto wishes upon a shooting star that he’d like Pinocchio to be a real boy, and goes off to sleep without a second thought. Because of all the happiness he’s given to people in town, a blue fairy comes to bring Geppetto’s wish to fruition, turning Pinocchio into a marionette that can walk and talk without a puppet master at the helm.

    The catch is that it’s entirely up to Pinocchio if Geppetto’s wish will come true. If Pinocchio can show he is able to resist the temptations of the world, while not being a liar, a cheat, or unselfish, then he’ll one day become a real boy, just as Geppetto wished. Being brought to life with the ability to walk and talk unfortunately brings some naivety along with it, so a joyful cricket by the name of Jimini is appointed to be Pinocchio’s conscience to help him along the way.

    The very next day, Geppetto, happier than he’s ever been, sends Pinocchio off to school so he can learn the ways of the world. On his way, a couple of schemers spot the lively marionette, and coerce him into joining a traveling gypsy to become a star. Jimini tries to read Pinocchio the riot act, but since Pinocchio has no reason to be weary of his new friends, doesn’t listen and runs off to be a star.

    The first test is one of temptation through money and fame, and is only the beginning of a life altering adventure that’s meant to school Pinocchio in a classroom of hard knocks, so he can quickly learn the difference between right and wrong. As an added incentive, Pinocchio learns the hard way that his nose will grow whenever he lies. Finally beginning to learn there are consequences for his actions, Pinocchio sets off on a journey to find his way home, and rescue his ‘father’ who’s trapped in the belly of whale known as Monstro.

    At first glance, Pinocchio could sound like a preachy lesson in morality, and with the fat skimmed off the top, that’s pretty much what it is. This movie tells you that you’re supposed to go to school, and that you should never resort to lying, stealing, drinking, or smoking. The messages in this film are almost painfully clear on the surface, because we see our little wooden head suffering from the consequences of each of these wrong doings. One drag off a big fat cigar for example, and Pinocchio is literally turning green.

    It’s incredibly refreshing to see such lessons being taught this way though. Can you imagine what would happen today if an animated Disney film came out with one of its stars smoking and drinking, despite the message it would be trying to convey? Parents would flip out! What Pinocchio understood though, was that the most important lessons in life are usually learned through experience, and we certainly get to see that with how fast Pinocchio learns from his own mistakes.

    Pinocchio is really about so much more than the constant struggle between right and wrong though. The film as a whole also conveys the qualities of love, friendship, sacrifice, and family. The end result is a film that’s suitable for anyone, and of any age. If you’re an adult who’s never seen Pinocchio, you’re bound to appreciate the quick and painless pace of the film, as well as some of its memorable musical numbers.

    Another aspect of Pinocchio that’s incredibly fascinating, is just how darn good some of the animation looks. Take for example a scene where Pinocchio and Jiminy are preparing to dive into the ocean. The cliff they’re atop of gives a magnificent view of the ocean, and the way the water moves and shines looks realistic. For a film that’s quickly approaching three quarters of a century in age, there are numerous effects such as this throughout the film that provide a bit of a ‘wow’ factor.

    If you’ve seen Pinocchio before, I’m sure we can agree on calling this film ‘magical’. Disney met a lot of skepticism when they first released this, merely because it was a product of animation in a feature length format. Snow White met the same skepticism, and here we are generations later, still enjoying the same classic masterpiece in the same way it was enjoyed back then. In more ways even! If you’ve been holding off on adding this Disney masterpiece to your collection, now is definitely the time.


    Sleeping Beauty was Disney’s first classic showcase for the Blu-ray format, and boy did it impress. I was curious just how well an older film such as Pinocchio would be treated, and I’ve gotta say, it’s absolutely brilliant.

    The 1080p AVC encode is presented in its original 4:3 aspect ratio, and I couldn’t be happier with the transfer. There are absolutely no signs of EE throughout the entirety of the film, and there are no digital artifacts to complain about. Disney has always provided the best in their home video department, so that’s not really a surprise, is it? The question is, just how nice does the restoration for Pinocchio look?

    Just like Sleeping Beauty before it, Pinocchio shows impressively bold colors no matter where you look. The colors on all the characters and moving objects have been retouched to look as if the cells were placed over the backdrops just yesterday. The color palette is lush, and there’s an incredible contrast to make it all stick out that much more.

    Those of you who have not had the opportunity to see Sleeping Beauty on Blu-ray, may worry that this method could have scrubbed away its nostalgic charm through retouching efforts, but the nostalgic look is still there. The backgrounds are still as rustic as they’ve always looked, but the detail is much more pronounced than it’s ever been. The obviously hand drawn artwork, such as during the peak of the Monstro the Whale scenes, are still presented in their original form. They look cleaner because there’s no digital noise in the swarm of drawn lines that can be seen, but they don’t look as if a single bit of detail had been scrubbed away.

    To put it bluntly, it almost felt like I was watching Pinocchio for the first time. Even if I had the ability to go back in time and watch this film during its initial run in theaters, I’m not even sure it could look as good and natural as it does on this Blu-ray. Hands down, Disney has done it once again, and they’ve shown that they’re going to remain consistent in the restorative process of the classic films from their vault. The DVD looks very good, but there’s no way it’s able to stand up to the muster of the Blu-ray. If you have the ability to play Blu-ray discs at home, there’s no reason to not spend the extra money. It’s a must for any Disney fan.


    The first and seemingly defaulted option for this Blu-ray is a DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 track. It sounds pretty nice and all, but it isn’t needed in the least. The dialogue remains up front, but there’s hardly anything being thrown at the rear or sub channels. Not even the Monstro the Whale scenes offer up any surround worth mentioning.

    I’m perfectly happy knowing that Disney didn’t try to butcher the original track to make it sound unnaturally dimensional, but when the restored original Mono track is offered, why offer anything else? I honestly don’t think audio purists, or even the little kids who could care less for that matter, are going to be fooled into thinking a 7. 1 lossless track is going to be worth their time. The only real benefit to the additional channels would be through the musical score, which fills fairly well, and offers a bit more dynamically. Based on the presentation of the original intent of the film, this track sounds very nice indeed, practically flawless. It was just a bit much.

    The restored Dolby Digital Mono 1.0 track isn’t lossless, but it sounds fantastic. The dialogue is crisp and clear, and so is the musical score. If you want the true experience that was provided for the film based on the technology at the time, then this is the track you want.

    In the end, it’s all going to be based on your personal preference. If you decide to go with the 7.1 DTS track, you’re going to get a fairly faithful representation of the film. If you go with the Mono, then you’re going to get as faithful a presentation as there ever was. Either way, Pinocchio sounds better than ever, and Disney proves once again they still know how to actually treat some of their older properties.


    Disc 1

    The first thing you’ll notice is the ability to watch Pinocchio in a variety of ways. You can watch the film in its original 4:3 aspect ratio with black bars on the side of your screen, which is the way most die-hard film buffs are going to go.

    There’s also Disney View, which is a fairly obnoxious feature that’s meant for people that can’t stand to have empty space on their screens at all. Artwork has been added to the sides to accompany each scene in the film, and although it’s a nice effort, this can be pretty distracting. The artwork itself fits the scenes they accompany very well, but they look like they’re covering up portions of the film that were never there to begin with. When the scenes move, they don’t. They’re just stationary, and can be a bother at any given moment.

    There’s also Cine-Explore, which gives a Picture-in-Picture presentation of the commentary with Leonard Maltin, Eric Goldberg and J. B. Kaufman. The audio commentary can be listened to on its own, and it’s fairly entertaining as well. The information keeps rollin’ right along, and there’s a great deal of insight about the film itself. However, the Cine-Explore experience is undoubtedly the way to go, as there’s plenty of still shots, storyboards, and more to gaze at. It’s always nice to have visual aids to go with what people are talking about, and Blu-ray has fortunately made this a reality.

    Music and More

    The supposed shining star in this section of the extras would have to be the Disney Song Selection. It’s a way for you to sit down and enjoy your favorite songs from the film without having to skip through, but the dominant feature is a karaoke sing-along.

    Also included in this section is a music video for When You Wish Upon a Star, as sung by Meaghan Jette Martin. I know singers from Disney products as of late are popular with kids and all, but do the ‘here today, gone tomorrow’ artists under Disney really have to leave such a horrid stamp on such a beloved classic?

    Games and Activities

    Presented as another way to watch the film, Pinocchio’s Matter of Facts is a factual pop-up feature that works throughout the film itself. It’s an interesting activity for die-hard fans who have seen the movie numerous times, and want to see if there’s anything they don’t already know.

    Pinocchio Knows Trivia Challenge takes the factual trivia pop-up feature to the next obvious step, and allows you to answer questions about the film in the form of a game.

    Disc 2

    Backstage Disney

    No Strings Attached – The Making of Pinocchio – This featurette is actually almost an hour in length, and is one that’s not to be missed. There are plenty of interviews with behind-the-scenes Disney people, as well as movie critics and historians. This featurette will discuss everything about the film, such as some of the earlier conceptual ideas Disney himself had about the little wooden puppet, both in behavioral tweaks and design. You’ll see lots of early art, as well as primitive animatics. This is highly informational, and the wealth of information is easy to swallow. This is a must see for die-hard and casual fans of Pinocchio alike.

    Deleted Scenes/Alternate Ending – Three scenes in total are presented in a storyboard format. The visual work may be primitive, but each scene is accompanied with voice work as well as music. We know that deleted scenes and alternate endings have been brought to life through the DVD format, but it’s truly a treasure to see such work seven decades after the fact!

    The Sweatbox – This featurette takes early storyboard art, and mixes them with a re-enactment of Walt Disney giving some suggestions after screening pieces of the film in their most primitive form. It’s a technique that’s still commonly used today, as any given scene can be brought to life with a little imagination, and if any changes need to be made, they can be done without wasting a ton of money. To top it all off, there are some interview clips with modern day Disney artists to fill us in on the process.

    Live Action Reference Footage – Filmed footage was used as a stepping stone for the movements we see in classic Disney films. It’s an interesting process that shows how much care went into a film such as Pinocchio, and as the hand drawn animation of today continually seems to decrease in quality and style, is certainly an art that’s sorely missed. This is yet another featurette that everyone should check out.

    Pinocchio Art Galleries – Any sort of still image that was used for the film, such as storyboards, production stills, live action photographs and more, is all here in this expansive gallery.

    Publicity – This features the trailers for the original theatrical opening for the film, as well as its rereleases.

    Deleted Song – Honest John – Although ‘Honest John’ was the character that first tested Pinocchio’s ability to choose right from wrong, he wasn’t an integral enough character to deserve another song in the film. It’s easy to see why this song didn’t make the cut, but is at long last available to those in a primitive form that combines storyboard art and music, just like the deleted scenes and alternate ending. A must for any fan.

    Geppetto’s Then and Now – This featurette isn’t directly related to the film itself, but gives a brief history on toy making throughout history. If you’ve ever heard anyone say, “They don’t make ’em like they used to!”, now you’ll know what they’re talking about!

    Games and Activities

    More games of a simple nature appear on the second disc, the first being Pinocchio’s Puzzles. The puzzles are really only mildly entertaining, even to a child. My nine year old brother-in-law had no interest in partaking in this. Heck, he didn’t even want to play Pleasure Island Carnival Games. Playing through a few silly carnival games is a bit better than piecing together a simple puzzle, but the kids of today are growing up with much better technology available in flash games online!

    The third disc on this release is the standard definition DVD, and unlike the Sleeping Beauty DVD that was slapped onto the back of the Blu-ray package, this disc is actually housed within the Blu-ray package itself on its own hub. This could be a blessing or a disaster, depending on who you are. If you use the DVD Disney packages with its Blu-rays for the kids, you may prefer the cardboard sleeve so your kids aren’t popping your Blu-rays out of place. Without any kids to worry about myself however, I find the inclusion of the DVD inside the Blu-ray case to be a welcome change.

    As we’ve come to expect from Disney, there’s a pretty generous mix of special features that range in appeal from children to adults. Although the kids activities are usually throw away material in my opinion, I can’t blame Disney for trying to tack on any bell or whistle that might gain some attention from a little one. The rest of the features are entertaining and educational, and once again shows Disney knows how to put out a great home video release.


    Pinocchio is an integral part to the history of animation. Sure, it may have been the second animated full length feature behind Snow White, but people were still skeptical about a cartoon keeping the audience hooked throughout a feature length effort. If Pinocchio was a failure, it would have been just as devastating to the company, and animation, as Snow White would have been if it hadn’t been percieved positively.

    Fortunately, Pinocchio was not just a classic in its own time, it ultimately earned the right to be considered a timeless piece of art. We’re able to take a treacherous journey through greed, corruption, and danger right up until the film reaches its heartwarming conclusion, and without a pacing hiccup to boot. If you’re not familiar with Pinocchio as of yet, you’re definitely missing out on a milestone in cinematic history.

    With a Blu-ray release that makes the film look and sound better than it undoubtedly ever has, as well as enough extras to keep any Disney fan boy happy, Pinocchio‘s high definition debut is one that definitely earns the rare DVD Talk Collector Series rating, so what are you waiting for?

    -About the Author-

    Michael Zupan is primarily a film guy, but has a variety of places where you can enjoy his work otherwise.

    Vesa compatible monitor: Computer parts, laptops, electronics, and more

    Опубликовано: January 27, 2021 в 3:36 pm


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    8 Best Budget Monitors With VESA Mount Support

    Monitor arms are great space savers for your desk. The best part is that these mounts also add a range of motions to the connected monitors. However, not every monitor is equipped with a VESA mount support, especially in the budget segment. We have compiled a list of affordable monitors with VESA mount support.

    Most of these monitors have quick-release switches at the back to remove the monitor stand. Once done, you can attach the VESA plates as per the directions, and that’s about it.

    So, if you are looking for budget monitors with VESA mount supports, here are our recommendations. But first,

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    • Resolution: 1920×1080 (VA) | Refresh Rate: 144Hz
    • Ports: 1 x VGA, 1 x DisplayPort 1. 2, 2 x HDMI 1. 4

    AOC C24G1 Frameless Gaming Monitor

    If you are looking for a dual combination of a budget gaming monitor and VESA mount support, the AOC C24G1 makes for a good pick. This one checks many boxes. For one, it’s a 144Hz monitor and supports AMD FreeSync. Secondly, the curved screen has a 1500R curvature. So if you have a compatible graphics card, you are likely to get a smooth and tear-free gaming experience.

    It’s quite popular on Amazon and several users have backed the gaming prowess of this monitor.

    At the same time, it delivers an impressive picture quality for the price and is accompanied by a pleasing contrast ratio. Moreover, the AOC C24G1 looks pretty sharp. The curved screen has dark red accent lines along the edges and the rear.

    For the price, the number of input ports can be considered decent. Apart from the VGA port, you also get your hands on HDMI and DisplayPort inputs. And yes, it comes with 100x100mm VESA holes at the back.

    • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (VA) | Refresh Rate: 75Hz
    • Ports: 1 x HDMI, 1 x VGA

    Samsung CF390 Curved Monitor

    The highlight of the Samsung CF390 is that it can effectively double up as a work monitor and a gaming monitor. This one has a 75Hz refresh rate, and the feature that helps it stand apart from the rest is its impressive picture quality. The combination of FHD resolution and the high contrast ratio translates into a rich and vivid display. Plus, the VA panel offers a better black color uniformity.

    The Samsung CF390 also packs in an attractive design. The ‘almost’ frameless design means you can place two monitors side by side for a dual monitor setup. At the same time, the 1800R curvature offers an immersive viewing experience.

    As noted earlier, this Samsung monitor is great for casual gaming as well. It offers FreeSync support, provided your computer packs an AMD GPU. If it does, you are in for a smooth and hiccup-free gaming experience.

    However, the display inputs are pretty limited. There’s only a single HDMI input. The best part is that even if it’s a curved monitor, it packs the 100x100mm VESA mounts at the back.

    • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (VA) | Refresh Rate: 60Hz
    • Ports: 1 x HDMI 1.4, 1 x DisplayPort 1.2, 1 x 3.5mm audio

    Samsung C27F398 Curved Monitor

    We have another affordable Samsung monitor on the list. This Samsung monitor goes a step ahead of the one above and introduces a DisplayPort connector to the mix. This comes to the picture of you have a new computer that doesn’t support legacy ports. And this feature makes it future proof to some extent. That aside, the C27F398 is an elegant monitor with slim bezels and a sharp curvature of 1800R.

    The Samsung C27F398 is a good pick if you are looking for a display for regular office work. There are no distortions at the edges. And like the one above, it has an impressive contrast ratio. The images appear lush and vivid, which is a great thing to have for watching movies and videos.

    Lastly, it doesn’t have fancy frills like G-Sync support or a higher refresh rate. However, it does manage to pull off casual gaming with ease.

    • Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (IPS) | Refresh Rate: 60Hz
    • Ports: 2 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x Mini DisplayPort, 1 x DisplayPort (out) 1 x USB Type-B, 4 x USB Type-A, 1 x 3.5mm audio

    Dell UltraSharp U2415

    If you are looking for a small and compact business monitor to mount to a monitor arm, the Dell UltraSharp U2415 is worth a peek. This display measures 24-inches and is apt for tight spaces or small desks. This Dell monitor displays accurate images and covers 99% of the sRGB color gamut. The highlight of this display is its unique 16:10 aspect ratio which gives you ample vertical space, especially if you work on documents and spreadsheets.

    The tall aspect will give you ample space for vertical scrolling. While you can easily mount it on a monitor arm, the built-in stand also offers a range of motions. Apart from the usual swivel and tilt, you can use tilt it in portrait mode.

    The Dell UltraSharp U2415 also packs a slew of input ports. From DisplayPort inputs to the ubiquitous HDMI ports, it allows you to pick between several options. Interestingly, the DisplayPort Out connector lets you daisy chain it to another display. Naturally, this removes the hassle of connecting the monitor to the CPU via a dedicated display connector, thereby reducing cable clutter.

    Lastly, the VESA mount is simple to fix. You simply need to slide the mount off the monitor.

    • Resolution: 3840×2160(TN) | Refresh Rate: 60Hz
    • Ports: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x 3.5mm audio

    BenQ EL2870U 4K Monitor

    The BenQ EL2870U brings the best of two worlds. First, this one is an affordable monitor. Secondly, for less than $300, you get a 4K panel which makes way for more detailed and sharp images. At the same time, the 28-inch screen real estate means you have ample space to open two windows parallelly, thereby boosting your productivity levels.

    The BenQ EL2870U is a versatile monitor and brings several exciting gaming features to the table. It has a fast response time, and the FreeSync support means a stutter-free gaming experience. Moreover, the colors are accurate out of the box, and all these features combine to make it a great business monitor for everyday usage.

    The low pricing means that the panel has some shortcomings. While you can watch movies or TV shows, the low brightness ceiling limits the HDR experience. This means the screen can’t get overtly bright when displaying HDR content. Plus, the 60Hz refresh rate limits its usage for competitive gaming.

    • Resolution: 2560×1440(VA) | Refresh Rate: 144Hz
    • Ports: 1 x DisplayPort 1.2, 1 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x HDMI 1.4, 1 x 3.5mm audio

    AOC CQ32G1 Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor

    The AOC CQ32G1 is the one for you to look for an affordable gaming monitor with VESA mount support. The highlight of this display is its 144Hz refresh rate and support for both FreeSync and G-Sync. This gives you the flexibility of upgrading your GPU without any limitations in the future. More importantly, the VA panel renders sharp and vivid images. And the wide viewing angle is the cherry on top.

    Like its counterpart above, the AOC CQ32G1 is a versatile monitor and can also effectively function as an office monitor. The display is wide enough to let you multitask with ease. Moreover, you can use it for basic photo editing jobs as well. It displays 125% of the sRGB color space.

    Though the AOC CQ32G1 is a gaming monitor at its heart, it has few limitations. The response time is slow, and despite of the high refresh rate, you might see motion blur in fast-paced games.

    You can press the quick release button to remove the stand and hook the monitor to a mount.

    • Resolution: 3840×2160(VA) | Refresh Rate: 60Hz
    • Ports: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.2, 1 x 3.5mm audio

    LG 32UL500-W UHD VA Display

    If you’d want to spend your money wisely on a good 4K monitor, the LG 32UL500 is worth a shot. It’s a versatile monitor and can be used for regular office work, casual gaming as well as watching content. And it’s in the former that this LG monitor truly shines. The 32-inch screen is wide enough, and built-in features like the Screen Split mode help you in your multitasking journey.

    Though it has entry-level HDR, you can watch your share of movies or TV shows during your break. Of course, you won’t get premium 4K HDR output, but (again) for the price.

    While the 60Hz refresh rate doesn’t make it a serious gaming monitor, it’s both G-Sync and FreeSync compatible.

    How To Tell If A Computer Monitor Can Be Mounted

    Mounting computer monitors is becoming increasingly popular as it clears desk space and allows you to easily adjust your viewing angle and experience for comfort, ergonomics, and efficiency. Whether you are struggling to arrange a small office space, or just want more versatility from your screen, a computer monitor mount could be for you. While mounts are relatively easy to use and install, not every display is actually capable of being mounted (or at least without a little help), but knowing how to tell if a monitor can be mounted can be confusing for the uninformed. Here is some information to help you determine if you have a mountable computer monitor.

    Understanding VESA Standards

    The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) is the organization responsible for defining the standards involved with mounting computer monitors, TVs, and other flat panel displays using wall mounts or stands. The vesa mounting standards make it easier for manufacturers to deliver on consumers’ needs, allowing for general interchangeability between monitor mounts and brackets, regardless of the monitor’s brand. These standards also allow for the affordable installation of mounts and stands for improved ergonomics and flexibility.

    TVs and displays that are VESA compatible feature four holes on their backs. This pattern is measured horizontally and vertically usually with the mounting holes drilled directly into the steel frame of the monitor.

    VESA monitor mount standards determine:

    • The hole pattern at the back of the monitor
    • The size of the screws necessary to attach the mount to the monitor
    • The weight capacity that the mount will support

    These are mainly determined by the screen size and dimensions of the monitor you plan to mount.

    Can All Monitors Be Mounted?

    The short answer is: Yes. The majority of current monitor models are VESA compliant and allow for easy mounting on the wall or a desk mount. Some brands sell monitors without the standard VESA pattern on the back. These can still be mounted using a VESA mount but need an adapter to make them compatible with VESA mounting solutions.

    Is Your Computer Monitor VESA Compliant?

    Most modern flat-panel monitors and TVs are designed with VESA compliance in mind. To determine if your computer monitor complies with VESA standards, simply check the back. If it does comply, you should see the standard four-hole screw pattern in the back of your monitor. The most common pattern for the screw holes is either 75 x 75 mm or 100 x 100 mm, while larger monitors will be 200 x 100 mm.

    Some monitors, particularly those that include their own stands or mounts, will have these holes hidden. Remove the attached mount or rear panel as instructed in the user manual. You can also refer to your monitor’s user guide, which should usually provide information on VESA compatibility.

    If you are truly not sure if your monitor can be mounted, check online or reach out to the manufacturer directly to find out if your monitor is VESA compliant.

    How To Mount a Monitor Without VESA?

    Apple’s monitors are known to not be VESA compatible. Smaller, cheaper monitors, monitors that are curved, and monitors that are too thin usually have a hole pattern that is not compatible with VESA mounts. That means you will have to use the custom stands and mounts provided directly by the first-party manufacturer.

    The good news: if you still want to use a VESA mountable monitor, adapters for these mounts are readily available and generally easy to use. Some adapters, like those provided for Apple computers, act as an aftermarket VESA plate and screw onto the back of the monitor, allowing you to then attach a mount or monitor stand as usual. Other adapters essentially clamp onto your monitor so that you can avoid screwing anything directly into your monitor.

    Choosing the Right Mount

    Whether your display is compatible or requires an adapter, make sure you follow through by choosing the right mount for your needs. Pay attention to the screen size and weight ratings for your selected mount to avoid potential damage to your monitor.

    It’s good to understand the different types of mounts available along with specifications. Freestanding mounts are the most affordable option, allowing you to change your screen’s height, angle, and rotation without needing to worry about clamps or drilling holes in your desk.  However, freestanding mounts don’t feature adjustable arms, making for less customization and fewer adjustments.

    Clamp stands are the most common, allowing you to get a full range of motion to adjust viewing angles on the fly. These secure to your desk via a clamp and usually feature an adaptable bracket if you want to drill into your desk or otherwise have a hole in your desk to secure the mount. For more help on mounting your monitor, check out our step-by-step guide on how to mount a monitor. 

    Monitor mounting is one of the best ways to save space and support ergonomic benefits while you’re working at your computer. As you start browsing for a mount, whether you have a single monitor or multiple monitors, make sure your screen is mountable in the first place or invest in an adapter for surefire mounting.

    Are Monitor Mounts Worth It?

    In today’s office environments, health and productivity play an increasingly important role. One aspect of an ergonomic office workstation is the positioning of your monitor at the correct height and angle. Most monitors are not height adjustable, which is when a monitor mount can help you design a workspace that is perfect for you. Over the years, it has become more popular to work with two or more screens to increase productivity and efficiency. To be able to perfectly align your multiple screens, use a monitor mount that enables you to tilt, swivel and adjust to the perfect position.




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    VESA mount standard – what is it?

    VESA standards

    The presence of demand stimulates the appearance on the market of a large number of various products from both world leaders and relatively unknown manufacturers. Since the most popular installation method is a TV wall mount, there must be certain standards that all models must comply with in order to be able to use universal brackets.

    One such VESA standard is the interface requirements for wall-mounted flat screen devices. They were proposed by the international organization VESA, which develops various standards in the field of video electronics.

    Very often, the abbreviation VESA is associated with wall mounts, although this is just one of the association’s projects. In fact, the VESA consortium was created back in 1989 and has been standardizing various computer peripherals throughout its existence. Many experienced users will probably remember video cards that connected to the VESA Local Bus developed by this organization.

    TV Mount Standards

    Reference dimensions for television brackets also come from the field of computer technology. At the end of the last century, the first standard for wall-mounting flat-panel monitors was introduced, which assumed the presence of four holes at a distance of 100 mm from each other. This bolt pattern is still the most popular for computer monitors and is called MIS-D or VESA 100 x 100.

    Currently, the VESA standard defines two requirements that a TV mount must meet:

    1. Mounting hole locations. They must be at the vertices of a rectangle with fixed side lengths. According to the values ​​of the lengths of the sides, a specific implementation is called. For example, if the bracket package contains the VESA 200 x 200 marking, this means that this model has the specified lengths of 200 mm. It should be noted that the distances between the mounting points horizontally and vertically are not always the same: there are options for their location VESA 200 x 100, 600 x 200 and even 800 x 400.
    2. Mounting bolt thread diameter. Determines the correspondence between the bolts that must be in the bracket kit and the counter holes on the back of the TV.

    In addition, the standard specifies the location of the connectors designed to connect the necessary cables. However, this standard has no practical significance for installing a TV.

    VESA Wall Mount and TV Compatibility

    In order to select a compatible bracket, you must first determine which VESA standard the TV meets. Information about this can be obtained in one of the following ways:

    1. As marked on the case back.
    2. From the technical manual.
    3. By measuring the required distances yourself.

    When choosing a bracket, make sure it supports the appropriate type of mount.
    Often on sale you can find wall brackets designed for several options for the location of mounting holes according to VESA. If the model you are interested in can be used with larger dimensions than required, it is advisable to make sure that its dimensions do not exceed the width of the TV, otherwise the mounting plate may protrude from the cabinet.

    In conclusion, we note that VESA compatibility is just one of the parameters by which it is necessary to select a mount for a television receiver. However, without meeting these requirements, wall-mounting the TV will not be possible.

    You can buy TV brackets on our website in this section.

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    LG 27 Inch UltraFine 5K IPS Monitor with macOS Compatibility *REFURBISHED ITEM — VFX TECHNOLOGIES : High Performance Computing

    27″ 5K IPS Display

    Optimized Color Performance for Mac

    LG UltraFine™ 5K Display, is over 50% bigger than a 4K display in terms of raw pixel count, with 218 PPI can express exceedingly detailed picture and sharp text. So you can experience more clarity and accuracy on a large 5K screen.

    DCI-P3 & 500nits

    Richer color, Better Brightness

    Supporting P3 & 500nits of brightness, LG UltraFine™ 5K Display can express razor-sharp text and life-like images with wide color gamut and range of colors.

    Thunderbolt™ 3

    Powerful and Versatile Port

    27MD5KL with Thunderbolt™ 3 can transmit 5k video, audio and data simultaneously as well as charging a device up to 94W with just single connection. This powerful port is fully compatible with Thunderbolt™ 3-enabled Mac, USB Type-C™ -enabled Mac or iPad Pro.

    Display Control

    Seamless macOS Integration

    Detailed display control of setting, such as brightness and volume, can be done using macOS without having to use any physical buttons on the monitor.

    Built-in Camera & Speaker

    Clear Visuals and Live Sound

    Built-in stereo speakers, camera, and microphone deliver a rich media experience. LG UltraFine™ 5K Display is best choice for entertainment and communication, such as watching movies, Face Time calls and online chat.

    Adjustable Stand

    A Flexible Workstation

    LG UltraFine™ 5K Display has convenient height/tilt adjustment and offers an easy setup wall-mount for utilizing a VESA mount bracket*. So users can create a more personal, comfortable environment for optimal performance.




    • Type

      1. Built-in Power

      • Input

      • 100~240V (50/60Hz)

    • Power Save/Sleep Mode (Max)

      1. < 1.0W

      • DC Off (Max)

      • < 0.3W

    • Power Consumption (Typ.)

      1. 140W

    • Power Consumption (Max.)

      1. 200W


    • Built-in Camera

      1. Yes

      • Microphone

      • Yes


    • Speaker

      1. Yes

      • Speaker Output

      • 5W

    • Speaker Channel

      1. 2ch


    • With Stand (WxHxD)

      1. 24. 6″ x 22.6″ x 9.4″ (Up) 24.6″ x 18.3″ x 9.4″ (Down)

    • Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD)

      1. 29.3″ x 22.6″ x 12.4″

      • With Stand Weight

      • 18.7 lbs

    • Without Stand Weight

      1. 14.1 lbs

      • Shipping Weight

      • 29.8 lbs



    • Wall Mount Cover

      1. Yes

      • USB Type-C

      • Yes

    • Thunderbolt

      1. Yes

    Repair of LG monitors in “LG SERVICE”