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  • Dual Monitor Stand holds monitors up to 27" widescreen. Uses standard Vesa mount. Clamps to Desk.
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Dual Monitor Stand holds monitors up to 27" widescreen. Uses standard Vesa mount. Clamps to Desk.

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  • Holds up to 27 inch lcd wide screen monitors
  • The space between the monitors is fully adjustable
  • LCD monitor arms help utilize work space, improve ergonomics and share views
  • Easy to install. Sets up in minutes. Clamps directly to desk
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Technical Details
Brand NameEasyMountLCD
Item Weight12.8 pounds
Product Dimensions24.4 x 11.9 x 5 inches
Item model number002-0007
ColorBlack
Material TypeMetal
  
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ASINB001HHNCQY
Best Sellers Rank #1,709 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 29, 2009
  
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It is well built and very sturdy.
Tulsultant
Thick gauge steel construction with solid powder coating.
Sam Wise
We have 27" monitors on it, and it holds up great.
Scott Stevens

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By alemon on April 25, 2009
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First of all. This is an extremely sturdy stand. I have it holding a 24" Widescreen LCD on the left and a 21" LCD on the right. It could fit two 24" but it would be kinda tight (limited arm movement).

Bought from OutletPC. Arrived on the 5th day. Very sturdy packing. Internal packing excellent.

Great instructions for assembly. There are only 3 parts to the stand. The clamp is heavy duty and extremely sturdy. For the price this can't be beat. Uncluttered my desktop and gives so much extra desk space.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tulsultant on February 26, 2009
As others have stated, it made little sense to spend more on a monitor stand than on the monitor itself. I shopped for value and mechanical integrity; and I got it with this dual desk stand. I have two-22" LCD's mounted on it. It assembled easily and I mounted the monitors all within about half-hour. It is well built and very sturdy. The primary requirement was a desk or table clamp so I wouldn't have to drill and screw the mount permanently.

My intention was to angle larger monitors such that they would touch at the middle, like a lazy-V, so that both active screens would face me directly. My chief concern was that I had to mount this on a desk that abuts against a wall. This particular assembly does not use 'sliding' back-bars to adjust and compensate for varying widths of a given monitor. Instead, it's adjustable Double-Link Swing Arm can be adjusted for a lazy-V or side-by-side flat & straight screen configuration. In my case, the down-side is that the lazy-V setup causes the Swing Arm to "elbow" itself such that it protrudes beyond the backplane of the desk; thus requiring the desk to be pulled away from the wall an inch or so. This is only a problem for very cramped quarters as I have. While I was researching all other mounts with my particular needs in mind it became apparent that this product has every other feature that was superior for the price to most others even though I had to compromise with space available. This vendor also shipped quickly. I'm completely satisfied with this product.
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This is an impressively well-valued monitor stand. For ~$50, you get a very sturdy stand that will mount on a desk anywhere from close to 6" inches thick to the desk pictured, which is less than 1/2" thick. The stand offers significant adjustment:

1) Vertical - monitors can go as high or as low as the entire length of the pole
2) Rotation - the entire assembly can be easily rotated on the central pole
3) Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist - both monitors can swing on three independent hinges on the horizontal axis, accommodating a wide range of monitor sizes and positions.
4) Individual monitor rotation and tilt - allowing for monitor orientation and viewing.

The build quality of this mount impressed me, especially given the price. The materials are solid, well coated, and all of the sharp bits are covered or properly smoothed. The hinges feel stiff but pliable and don't give any hints of premature failure. The manual says no more than 16lbs per monitor, but this feels like it could handle twice that.

The mount is shipped with minimal installation required - simply screw two screws for the clamp and then clamp to the desk using two (already attached) eye-hook long bolts. Slide the mount over the pole and use the supplied allen wrench. Oh, and that wrench is no Ikea number - this thing is hefty and has a rubber coated handle. Impressive.

The monitors mount using standard VESA mount and have provisions for two different mount sizes. The kit includes 8 screws, although my Dell monitors had the four screws already. You will need a Philips head (or similar) screw driver.

I strongly recommend this monitor if you have a pair of LCD monitors and can clamp it to the back of your desk. Reclaim the desktop space and get some better vertical adjustment.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Pikmin VINE VOICE on February 9, 2009
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Amazon didn't sell this product. I have to buy from 3rd party merchant "OutletPC". I did some research on monitor stand price and I come into consulsion that I don't want to buy a stand which costs more than the price of the monitor (I have 22-in Samsung Syncmaster 2243mwx monitor, around $200). Believe it or not, some stands are $400! It is just a piece of steel anyway, why spend so much money? I think this product is the most affordable. Setting it up takes less than 30 minutes. The monitor is tilted a tiny bit down due to their weight. It didn't bother me. I can't comment too much because I have it less than 3 months. So far it simply works.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By EEProf on August 30, 2009
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Pros:
Solid construction
Each articulation joint has a "tighten-able" bolt
Desk clamp will accommodate varying desk thicknesses
Cheap - Great value for the cost

Cons:
The wire management clips on the arms are a little weak
Monitors are not individually height adjustable relative to each other

Other Thoughts:
I'm currently using this stand with a 28" LCD and a 24" LCD, both wide screen. With two 28" wide screen LCD's (which I plan to do), the monitors will just fit with both in landscape orientation. Make sure to watch the weights of your monitors though. An over weight monitor (my 28" is only 16.3 lbs and does fine) will cause the tilt joint to give out and your monitor will be facing downwards. This joint is also "tighten-able" with the included hex wrench, so its a manageable issue.
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