My seat looks out a window, the rest of my desk (about 8 feet) is up against
a wall.

I just bought two of these to mount my LCD's (two computer, one for Directv)
to the wall.

http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=LCD-194&cpc=SCH

I'm hoping it looks cool that the LCD's are just hanging there.  Also, I
have an 8 foot long power strip right above the desk on the wall that these
will hide nicely.

There are others that mount to the desk, or single ones that mount to the
wall too.

Art

On 10/10/06, James Newman, CDP <newmanas400@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Technically, this doesn't have to do with AS/400, iSeries, i5, or
pc's.  My
wife and I are in the process of designing a house, where I'll have a home
office.  The office space will be above a 3 car garage and house my AS/400
and at least 3 pc's.

I would appreciate good suggestions about home offices, good websites that
will help with layout, or anything ideas you wish you'd done in your SOHO.
Thanks.


Jim Newman
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