Heavy Duty Triple Monitor Mount for LED-LCD Monitors Up to 32"
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SAVE DESK SPACE: Claim back the area that three individual monitors would take. Integrated cable management is included to keep unruly cables and power cords at bay.
STURDY STEEL CONSTRUCTION: Solid design ensures sufficient support for three computer monitors weighing up to 22 pounds each!
FULL ARTICULATION: Offers adjustable arms that offer -90° to +90° tilt, 360° swivel, and 360° rotation, and full articulation. This enables complete ergonomic viewing options for perfect screen positioning to prevent soreness in the neck, shoulders, and back.
HEAVY DUTY CLAMP: Securely attaches to desks from 3/4" to 4" thick, with padding to keep your desk surface protected from scratches
COMPATIBLE: Use with three computer screens anywhere from 13" to 32" in size with standard VESA 75x75mm and 100x100mm mounting holes (95% of all new monitors have VESA patterns)
Set up your monitors properly for ergonomic benefits Increase viewing comfort, help reduce eye, back and neck strain. Achieve a more ergonomic and comfortable viewing experience. Suitable for most desks with adjustable clamp height (normally any desk at least 1" in thickness will be sufficiently strong) Cable management feature routes cables under the arm and down the pole, out of the way and letting you keep your desk clean and tidy Oversized, heavy-duty mount designed to fit ALL sizes of monitors: 13-32 inches, as long as they are VESA compatible (standard bolt pattern on the back of the monitor)
Clean Up Your Desk: Free up the space that three monitors would take on your desk.
Solid Steel Construction: Solid design allows support for three monitors up to 22lbs each.
Fully Adjustable: Arms can be adjusted by -90° to +90° tilt, 360° swivel, and 360° rotation to ensure ideal screen positioning to prevent soreness in the neck, shoulders, and back
VESA Compatible: Compatible with any modern monitor with 75x75mm and 100x100mm mounting hole patterns.
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