Million Dollar Monday

Just when you’ve bought yourself a 24″ monitor and you think you have the biggest and the best computer monitor available, they come out with a 30″. The size of single monitors has reached new levels, and now so has the multiple monitor set-ups by using 6, even 7 monitors! These ultimate monitor set-ups using the latest flat-panel technology comes at quite the hefty price as well (although much more affordable today versus 5 years ago).  Those who are already using such a set-up will tell you it’s worth it! Take a look at these set-ups from - we’ll start with the cheapest and most affordable first (which also means smallest).

The first set-up, the Zenview Arena 21s has six screens total with a 21.3″ center panel. It includes:

  • (1) 21.3″ arena panel with 1600×1200 resolution
  • (2) 17″ wing panels with 1024X1280 portrait resolution
  • (3) 17″ top panels with 1280×1024 resolution
  • Price – around $3,700.00


The second set-up, the Zenview Arena 24s also uses six screens total with a 24.3″ center panel screen.  It includes:

  • (1) 24″ arena panel with 1920 x 1200 resolution
  • (2) 17″ wing panels with 1280X1024 resolution
  • (3) 19″ top panels with 1280X1024 resolution
  • Price – around $4,599.00



With the third set-up, the Zenview Arena Elite, you’ll be viewing 7 screens with a 24.3″ center panel. This one is huge! It includes:

  • (1) 24″ arena panel with 1920×1200 resolution
  • (2) 21.3″ wing panels with 1600×1200 resolution
  • (4) 19″ top panels with 1280×1024 resolution
  • Price – around $6,899.00


The last set-up is the largest and most expensive Zenview Arena Ultra HD and utilizes six gigantic screens! It includes:

  • (1) 30″ arena panel with 2560×1600 resolution
  • (2) 20.1″ wing panels with 1200×1600 portrait resolution
  • (3) 20.1″ top panels with 1600×1200 resolution
  • Price – around $7,499.00


These are undoubtedly huge “ultimate” monitor set-ups, perhaps a little excessive for the average Joe. So, who would actually purchase such a set-up? Maybe a hardcore gamer, or a stock trader would want the massive display. For most people, one monitor will do the trick, and if not one monitor, two at most. These set-ups take you to a whole new level. You can check them out at

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  1. I’d like to see LCARS run on that thing. it’d be so much cooler if it was a touch screen, too :)

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