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Pivot This! So ATI comes up with a hot new video card, the Radeon 9800 Pro, with video specs out the wazoo. Parallel pipelines, 32-bit per channel rendering, dual integrated 10-bit per channel DACs, and so on. But what's unique about this video card is that it can rotate what's on screen by 90 degrees in either direction, or, for those times when you simply must browse the Web while standing on your head, 180 degrees. But 90 degree rotation is neat - all of Apple's monitors are great for wide-screen video, but what if you want long-screen video for some reason? Pop this video card in your Mac, attach your Apple Studio or Cinema Display to a StudioLift or CinemaLift monitor arm from Innovative Office Products, and you can rotate both the physical monitor and your virtual desktop. The Radeon 9800 Pro, which costs $400 or $500, works with Mac OS X's Quartz display technology to do all the transformations on the fly, and the Mac simply believes it has a 1200 by 1600 monitor, for instance, rather than a 1600 by 1200 monitor.