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Dual Monitor Stand - Adjustable Dual Monitor Arm Desk Mount $39.99 (after $20 coupon)

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[Amazon.ca] Dual Monitor Stand - Adjustable Dual Monitor Arm Desk Mount $39.99 (after $20 coupon)

【Premium Gas Spring Arms】 The gas spring of this monitor desk mount provide a 16" height adjustable range and provide a smooth adjustment motion that perfectly balances the weight of the monitor.
【Compatibility】 This dual monitor stand fits most LCD flat screens and computer monitors up to 27" in size and 17.6 lbs in weight with VESA 75x75mm or 100x100mm mounting holes.
【Full Motion Ergonomic Comfort】This dual monitor arm features swivel of 180°, a tilt from -45°to +45°and a rotation of 360°. You can adjust your monitors to different heights or different angles and portrait or landscape position with ease.
【Cable Management】Removable cable clamps keep the table top organized, providing a neat table top and stylish appearance for the most comfortable working environment.
【Easy to Install】The one-piece design of this dual monitor desk mount simplify the installation. You just need to install the stand and set proper tension. The whole setup can be completed in 10 minutes
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any cheap single ones for that optiplex 7480 aio? its 17lbs monitor with 75x75/100x100 vesa , tia
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Would be perfect if one of the arms could support a laptop.
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Wonder if it is long enough to go above a 32inch screen
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Ghost505 wrote: Wonder if it is long enough to go above a 32inch screen
Although I'm sure it could, I don't think cheaping out and getting one that doesn't state it supports it is a good idea. You're putting at least $400 on each mount, not worth saving a bit if it doesn't hold up.
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good to know.
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one of the review says $33 i will wait but of course if it's an urgency not a bad price to pay
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Indubitably wrote: Would be perfect if one of the arms could support a laptop.
Just get a mountable laptop tray. That's what I did for me triple mount. Two monitors and one laptop tray for vesa mounts.
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Have this from past sale, my monitor was overweight by abit and sags causing the arm to tilt down. I remedy this by folding up a cardboard and wedging it around the axis where it tilts. It's not able to bear much weight or movement but it worked for my purpose. The arms can handle the weight, it's just the tilt part that weak. I might consider drilling holes and forcing it to be fixed for a more permanent solution.

Its a decent monitor stand
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Indubitably wrote: Would be perfect if one of the arms could support a laptop.
You can 3D print adaptors for laptops for monitor stands.

Here's a neat idea: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4637895
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Indubitably wrote: Would be perfect if one of the arms could support a laptop.
keyser-soze wrote: Just get a mountable laptop tray. That's what I did for me triple mount. Two monitors and one laptop tray for vesa mounts.
Yeah, prime cables sells one. Pretty sure it goes on sale for $10, if you can hold out(its one of the items that seems to pop on sale every few months).
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jayjaywong wrote: one of the review says $33 i will wait but of course if it's an urgency not a bad price to pay
I love it when posters give the buying price, as opposed to "I got a great deal and it's worth it at this price."
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digitalpixies wrote: Have this from past sale, my monitor was overweight by abit and sags causing the arm to tilt down. I remedy this by folding up a cardboard and wedging it around the axis where it tilts. It's not able to bear much weight or movement but it worked for my purpose. The arms can handle the weight, it's just the tilt part that weak. I might consider drilling holes and forcing it to be fixed for a more permanent solution.

Its a decent monitor stand
My Lenovo monitors are really really heavy so thanks for this info.
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mikka2017 wrote: any cheap single ones for that optiplex 7480 aio? its 17lbs monitor with 75x75/100x100 vesa , tia
I'm planning on getting two primecables single arms, it's a popular choice for people who want to run dual 27"s or heavier setups. They go for $20 sometimes too, but just need to wait for a sale. I only got one and now I'm waiting for a sale for another
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aandaleb wrote: I love it when posters give the buying price, as opposed to "I got a great deal and it's worth it at this price."
I can't agree more - price in review please; their great deals can't be that great unless they're peer RFDers lol
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Aren't these the ones that were just $45 last week..believe I have some $ coming to my cc..
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showing currently unavailable. Would love to buy one!

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