On the go? Check out the Lenovo ThinkVision LCD Monitor

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My darling hubby often heads into the office on the weekend, partly because our house really is a zoo, with three active and noisy kids who like to cuddle and wrestle with their father and partly because he has a really sweet 2 monitor set up for his computer there...

At home and on the go, he has to rely on just the laptop screen and I know that it can be frustrating for him.  His birthday was this past weekend and although the kids picked out a great new shirt and tie for work, I still haven't picked up his birthday present yet... and now I know why I hesitated...
I hadn't found the perfect thing yet!  And now I just may have - the Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421 14" LCD Monitor
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This screen is easily plug and play - right into your ThinkPad's USB port and it's designed for travel and durability!  Whether you want to share a presentation at a tabletop meeting at Starbucks or, like Wayne, you need two screens going at the same time for multi-tasking - you can easily set this screen up with it's photo frame stand and share your work or expand your capabilities while on the go!  The screen can be adjusted to 16 different brightness settings so that you can use it in almost any lighting and at any angle.

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For me, I think it would be great to be able to show off Acting Balanced when I attend trade shows or events without having to leave my laptop open for everyone to touch!  I know Wayne would use it to increase his productivity and to share his presentation when he meets outside the office... I can even see it being used by the kids to watch Netflix movies in the hotel when we travel so that they each have a screen of their own.
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If you buy it:
Right now, you can get a great deal and save 10% of the Lenovo ThinkVision LCD monitor (1452DS6) if you purchase it online and use the code: LENOVOMONITOR10 from now until March 31st, 2012.
What do you think?  Could you use an extra monitor? How would use use the Lenovo ThinkVision monitor in your busy life?
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