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About

This is my new website specialized in multiple monitor computers. I've always been a computer guy. It all started in 1990 when my dad brought from work our first PC: a 286 PC running at 16 mhz and with a humongous 44 meg hard drive. From that point on, my life have been revolving around computer, programming and learning new skills.

In the 90s, I started building 2-3 monitor computers for myself and for friends. Back then any computer with a monitor above 14" was rare, let alone one with 3 monitors. So many of my geek friends asked me to buy parts in bulk and build them computers like mine, which I did. Then in 2010 I started really liking the new Windows Vista and really adding more monitors to my PC simply because I found it REALLY practical: more room to put information, and less time wasted swinging windows left and right, opening and closing them.

In the summer of 2013, after receiving countless requests from friends, facebook and online about how to build a computer like mine (10 monitors at the time), I decided to put some information online and redirect them to this site for the info. I curated the best parts for such PCs based on my experience and many problems that I had with PC in the past. Because I thought that I might as well make some money out of it, I started linking back to Amazon because 1- they had the lowest price and 2- I could make a few bucks from their affiliate program after people bought there.

But what I didn't expect was that OTHER people would also be interested of my website and start asking questions. So I decided in early 2014 to start building a proper site as well as an automated computer builder to help people out. Although I'm still sending people over to Amazon.com, I'd like to soon sell actual products on my site.

Thanks for helping me out and using multimonitorcomputer.com! If you have any questions or would like me to create a totally custom build for you, click the "Custom Request" link at the top.

Joe