This section will consist of assembling the actual monitor. The assembly of the CU34G2X is rather straight forward. The base has four feet. Two small feet on the back and two large feet on the front. In the center of the base, there are two metal nipples, for lack of a better word. In the center, you can see the tip of a bolt that will attach the stand to the arm.
The center of the base has a red ring around the part that swivels. There is a cutout in the middle of this red ring for the stand arm to sit in, as well as slots for the stand base to sit in on the arm. There is a screw with a wing nut on the bottom of the base of the stand. This screw tightens down to secure the arm to the base.
As we mentioned earlier, the CU34G2X has a standard 100 x 100 VESA mount. The Stand is made up of mostly plastic. However, there is a metal VESA mounting plate on the arm. This is the part that attaches to the actual monitor. there are two metal clips at the top of the plate, and two plastic clips at the bottom. The plastic clips are what snaps the monitor on to the stand. On the back of the mounting plate, there is a release switch for the monitor stand.
Now that our CU34G2X is assembled, its time to get into the OSD, or on-screen display.