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Fully Adjustable Triple VESA LCD Monitor Desktop Mount for 13-27 inch Monitors (Max 44lbs)
Designed for making a triple monitor setup more organized and efficient, the fully adjustable triple LCD monitor desktop mount supports monitors from 13-27 inches with a weight capacity of 17.6 lbs from each arm. The desktop mount provides flexible viewing, allowing 360° rotation and ±45° tilt. The height is also adjustable, providing a seamless viewing experience. For cable organization, cable clips are included. Constructed of steel for stability and durability, the finish is powder coated black for a professional appearance, ideal for use in commercial or residential settings.
Full adjustment allows 360° rotation, ±45° tilt, and height adjustable for optimal viewing.
|Surface Finish||Powder coated black|
|Supports||Up to 3 screens|
|Load Capacity||17.6 lbs|
|Tilt / Swivel||±45°|
|Clamp Thickness||10mm - 88mm|
Good value for the money, but needs a few easy tweaks.I purchased the triple monitor desktop mount and received it as promised, with no damage during shipment. The unit is close to meeting my expectations. The only slight minus is that one of the mounts isn't quite are rigid as I would like. (See below for fix.) But with that said, overall it is stable, easy to adjust, and modifiable to meet my needs. I bought the unit knowing that I wouldn't use the middle mount, but needing a triple spread so that I could park my laptop between my two 24" monitors. Because the laptop is narrow, but sits on a docking station that is deep, I was able to put it and one monitor to the side of the main post. At first I just brought the second monitor in close to the laptop, but that put the arms out back beyond the edge of the tables top and in close contact to the wall. Since I'm using this on a powered sit / stand desk (see separate review), I didn't want it scrapping the wall as the desk moved up and down. The fix was to remove the center arm section. That involved taking the nut off of the bottom of two hinge points, removing one section, and then retightening the nut. It leaves that monitor at a slightly lower center point than the other. In my case it is not noticeable because the laptop is in the middle and smaller. So I was very happy with the way that I was able to configure this to meet my needs. It works better than I expected. The only problem, as noted above, was that one of the monitor swivels would not hold the monitor steady from side to side. Any little bump would send it back and forth. I tried to find a way to tighten it, but the design doesn't allow for that. However the fix was very simple and effective. I cut a small piece of cardboard from the package and wedged it into the side of the joint. It isn't noticeable and solved the problem.
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