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[Amazon.ca] Dual Monitor: C-Clamp/VESA/Gas Spring (17-32") - $59.95

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[Amazon.ca] Dual Monitor: C-Clamp/VESA/Gas Spring (17-32") - $59.95

Can't find a better price on this right now. Also well priced historically speaking. Reviews are mixed but mostly positive, and the negatives reviews aren't that alarming to me.
  • For straight/curved screens 17" to 32"
  • Holds screens 2.2 lbs. to 17.6 lbs
  • Full arm extension is 18.3"
  • Tilts +/-35°; Swivels +/-90°; Rotates +/-180°
  • VESA compatible 75 x 75 mm, 100 x 100 mm
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Unsure of this brand but for monitor mount/stand I recommend North Bayou or VIVO
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almasyseifer wrote: Single monitor x2 > dual monitor x1
I don't own one but in the market to put up two monitors. Why is 2 singles better?
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goob3r wrote: I don't own one but in the market to put up two monitors. Why is 2 singles better?
you just get more flexibility on where to mount on your desk. however, it's not as clean and consistent if you're OCD like that.
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goob3r wrote: I don't own one but in the market to put up two monitors. Why is 2 singles better?
Superior stability
More range of motions since you can choose where each stands is clamped to instead of being forced to choose the middle of the desk.
if desk is against a wall which I imagine is the case for most people, less room is required behind them for maneuvering and repositioning.
1 point of failure vs 2
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good to know.
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almasyseifer wrote: Single monitor x2 > dual monitor x1
What do you mean? Are you saying having 2 single seperated monitor on different stand is better than having 2 mounted on 1 stand?
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Patrickpete wrote: What do you mean? Are you saying having 2 single seperated monitor on different stand is better than having 2 mounted on 1 stand?
Yes this is exactly what I meant and people including me have givent firther details about this, mine is here:
almasyseifer wrote: Superior stability
More range of motions since you can choose where each stands is clamped to instead of being forced to choose the middle of the desk.
if desk is against a wall which I imagine is the case for most people, less room is required behind them for maneuvering and repositioning.
1 point of failure vs 2
I have spoken
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Need to set something on dining table. Is there a side-mount clamp I can get?

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