Thanks for your thoughts/opinions.....73
I don't have a particular monitor to recommend but a quick Amazon search revealed quite a few 10" monitors but none with name brands.
I think your layout is really what works best for you. I often operate from a 13" laptop and that is with the current SSDR a little tough. When the peel off Pans are available in 2.0 I think it will be easier.
I have always personally liked having a "control panel" were I do all the settings and controls and then having pan adapters I can move around. I personally started my own client about 2 years ago with this concept in mind but time and life got in the way so the project is on hold.
So I can't see any down points at all to what you want to do.
I personally don't like using monitors of dissimilar resolution as it always bugs me when moving the mouse from a high resolution to a low resolution monitor when the resolution misalignment can cause problems
I use 3 monitors and still run out of desktop. I have always wondered what a large 4k tv on the wall behind my monitors would be like.
and one 27 inch monitor..and have at times added an Ipad
I use a KVM switch cause this setup has two mac minis running flex 6300 wiht ssdr or dogparksdr, cwskimmer, fldigi, and sdr-console with a sdrplay and macloggerDX and macdoppler
Now waiting for 6600M to replace the 6300.
The left, vertical monitor, is a Vizio TV I've connected by HDMI that I also sometimes run audio to. Generally I keep it on the internet for QRZ.com etc. The middle monitor is the station computer. a Microsoft Surface Pro 1 running DM-780 for digital signals. It's mounted in the MS docking station. Next to that is an Asus monitor mounted horizontally running Smart SDR on my Flex 6700.
With the suspension arms you can change from portrait to landscape, move back and forth, up and down, and stick things under the monitors -- the way to go. When Smart SDR 2.x comes out I'll probably rearrange and spread various Smart SDR screens among different monitors.
I have a similar set up in my office running a Surface Pro 3 with two Asus monitors plus the Surface 3 and also driving a large Vizio TV in the living room, that's four monitors; often run my station from there.
While I can walk around the house with a tablet and operate the station, I'm really looking forward to Smart SDR 2.x with true internet remote capability.