Additional 34" curved monitors added to CAEN labs1/6/2017
Due to positive student feedback, CAEN is adding ten more 34” curved LED monitors (Samsung model S34E790C) on computers in the Duderstadt Center and Beyster 1695. These monitors offer more screen real estate with a resolution of 3440x1440 (QHD).
The following is a summary of all the locations where these monitors are currently installed:
- (4) Duderstadt Center 2SW
- (2) Duderstadt Center 3NE
- (4) Beyster 1695
- (12) GGBL 2570
- (2) EECS 1230
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