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1049 clicks; posted to STEM » on 15 Jun 2021 at 3:50 PM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-06-15 2:40:28 PM  
On the Apple Support Community, one user reported a difference of just 0.1mm, while YouTuber Faruk Korkmaz claimed his iMac is 0.4mm askew.

I think TFA confused mm with cm.  The youtube video shows a 0.4cm difference between the two sides.
2021-06-15 4:01:06 PM  
I understood that headline.
2021-06-15 4:15:46 PM  
Spirit levels can be found on Amazon for less than £2.

Came here for this, leaving happily. I have a level I use for my displays, because my displays are both adjustable and designed to be rotated 90 degrees (I have one in landscape, for gaming, and one in portrait, for content viewing & writing.)

It's insane that these displays cannot be horizontally or vertically adjusted - it appears that only the viewing angle can be changed.
2021-06-15 4:29:54 PM  
That is an insanely overproduced video to say "I returned this item because it sucks."
2021-06-15 4:30:18 PM  
If anyone was wondering it's a boat. Specifically a schooner.
2021-06-15 5:04:53 PM  
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2021-06-15 8:07:08 PM  
It's for when I tilt my head like that.

Still not buying one. You can't entice me!
2021-06-15 8:29:12 PM  
lol, the screws are behind the glued in screen because of course they are!
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