|Item Weight||27.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||30 x 6 x 20 inches|
|Item model number||100-D16-B03-TW-ICE|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||100-D16-B03-TW-ICE|
Ergotech Triple Desk Stand with Telescopic Wings with Ice Cube (100-D16-B03-TW-Ice)
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- Supports 3 monitors up to 26" each
- Piviots 20 degrees up and 10 degrees down
- ICE Cube provides 4 power outlets and 2 USB ports on the pole of the stand
- 75x75 mm or 100x100 mm VESA compliant, adapter plates available
- Weight Capacity: 25lbs per piviot
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Top Customer Reviews
This gadget changed my life! It has all you could ever need and want and never gives up on you. I'm considering a divorce to leave my wife for this thing--when I arrive home from a long day at work it is waiting tirelessly with its arms open for me, holding my favorite TV shows to watch and the news of the day and showing me a map and route to get to that new restaurant in town.
The good news is that I'm not married so I won't have to leave my wife--but if you are married, you have been forewarned!
This thing is sturdy and adjustable in any direction you need it to go for any size monitor up to I'm guessing maybe even 30" Like I said, I've got those large monitors on it with plenty of room to spare-- neither side arm is fully extended in my current setup, and I have them tilted at pretty sharp angles inward and down as I sit in a comfy little rocking chair at my home desk.
This item met my expectations, then after exchanging a few pleasantries, exceeded them.
Just because this one is much less expensive than competitors doesn't mean it is inferior quality. It is fanfreakintastic.
- Fits three ASUS 24" monitors (2x VW246H and 1x VE248H)
- Frees up a ton of desk space
- Doesn't look bad
- I.C.E. Cube was worth the extra money for monitor power management, USB is a bonus (great for charging mobile devices). This device on its own I would give 4 of 5 stars (biggest complaint is that it's not USB 3.0)
- QA isn't perfect, for the specific unit I received:
--- One side of the telescoping wings require a bit of man handling to move since the lip of one of the parts is off by half a millimeter
--- Monitors do not align perfectly, right side height off by half a centimeter
- You have to remove the monitors before increasing the height of the support bar, unless you want to deal with the weight of the monitors
- You can't make small adjustments to the swivel of the monitors since you need to loosen and retighten bolts with a hex wrench
- Assembly took about 30 minutes
- Be sure to read the assembly instructions so you don't miss steps that aren't immediately obvious
I've been using this with 24" and 27" monitors for about a month. I'd been using a popular dual-monitor setup for the last two years, so I'll describe this one and also directly compare the two.
Both stands are intrinsically stable, with a large and heavy base made of 1/4" mild steel. This stand has several high points. The monitors are simply hung on the arm. To remove, just pull a button and tilt backward. To replace, tilt backward, drop onto the bar, and rotate down into place, is all. One of my minor quibbles is that horizontal movement can't be completely locked down. Another quibble is that the Ice Cube power centre doesn't offer USB 3.0, which would be great but is also me getting really niggly. Besides, anybody handy could easily upgrade it to USB 3.0 or add any other service, current or imagined, because its modular design can be easily opened, no doubt with upgrades in mind.
My final quibble is the lack of a simple height adjustment (same problem as the other stand). It's easy enough before you hang monitors, but you won't know what height you want until after you hang monitors, at which point it becomes an awkward, three-handed operation.
I see other reviewers complaining about the monitor angle adjustment controls. Yes, they use the supplied Allen key (which you should permanently hang on the back of the stand), but having struggled with the hand-tightened, confusing controls on my old unit, I think they're BRILLIANT. You always know which axis of movement you're affecting, they loosen precisely, with no sudden sag of the monitor, and they tighten firmly and easily.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this from amazon and when I opened the box it didn't even include the ice cube attachment, and the right arm of the stand was snapped clean in half. Read morePublished on August 8, 2013 by Eddie
I wish the base had rubber feet to keep the base inplace. The column being hollow allowing wires to wind through the base would also have been a plus. Read morePublished on June 13, 2013 by Patrick J Fernandes
Ergotech Group's Triple Horizontal Desk Stand comes with telescopic wings and "ice Cube" which has come with convenience power and connectivity support for up to three... Read morePublished on May 14, 2013 by Marisa Nitsch
I got it specifically as it can support 3* 27" screen. It came nicely packaged and a single page for instructions. I am using it with 2 24" and a 27" screen. Read morePublished on April 11, 2013 by Harshal Tank
The brackets that attach to the back of your monitor, it must be a very popular universal fit, because they aligned with the back of my Acer 24 inch monitor perfectly. Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by Bob Feeser
I run dual displays on my computer. I previously had both monitors on my desk on their own stands. I got this because I intend to get a third monitor and was running out of space... Read morePublished on February 23, 2013 by M. R. Simmons