As you can likely imagine, traditionally, a writers quarters usually are filled with a collection of books, various papers and scribblings, among a variety of other items like motivating quotes and other inspiring objects. If you're a modern writer who works with a computer, then computers, monitors, hard drives, and other digital devices will likely be present, of course.
Personally, my office is a ranged blend of writer meets photographer meets traveler...
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My newest, and one of my favorite additions to my office setup is the BenQ PG2401PT monitor. It is perfect for photographers, designers, and other media/content creators, as it makes proofing and color management smooth and on-point. The PG2401PT is a certified print-quality display, with a coverage of 100% CMYK and 99% Adobe RGB color space. On top of that, its dynamic design is sleek and brilliantly ergonomic, turning 90-degrees for a perfect transition between portrait and landscape viewing, with a forward and backward tilt of -5 to 20-degrees, and a 45-degree swivel.
A big thank you to the folks over at BenQ for all of their support and in sponsorship of this monitor. My BenQ monitor has truly transformed my creative process and my ability to multitask throughout post production, as well as take care of most of the color issues that I've had in the past.'
To learn more about BenQ and their line of digital products, visit www.benq.us.
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This article was written by Brandon Scott