|PGY1034: Features: -Clean look with minimal hardware visible from underside of work surface.-Increase efficiency by using multiple applications simultaneously, eliminating toggling back and forth between documents and programs.-Simultaneously lift LCD screens to suitable heights for supreme ergonomic comfort.-Unique 360 swiveling feature allows users to share screen with their close neighbour or the one across the desk ,making this perfect for selling and training environments.-Maximum adjustment rendered by tilting, swiveling, pivoting and height adjustment.-Dual arms, supports two LCD flat panel displays at the same height.-Portrait and landscape rotation.-Smooth, fingertip tilt in all directions.-Maximum productivity and comfort.-Tilt: -30 / 30 .-Swivel: Max 360 .-Rotation: 360 (portrait or landscape).-Fits up to 2.6" thickness table top.-Mounting Pattern: VESA compliant (75x75 and 100x100).-Weight capacity: Supports up to 22 lbs for each monitor.-Maximum arm extension: 21" for each monitor. Construction: -Construction: Solid aluminum alloy. Dimensions: -Supports up to 2 x 24" LCD monitors.-Overall Dimensions: 11.9'' - 16.1'' H x 4.7'' - 42'' W x 7.9'' - 21'' D, 12 lbs.|
Substandard and Impractical2/8/2012
I have two 17" monitors at my office that I mounted on this unit. Despite the measurements listed in the specs, the mount required at least 4.5" overhang to clasp onto. There's not too many desks which meet these requirements. When this didn’t work at my office, I tried mounting my 17” monitors at home. Luckily I was able to install the mount, but I found that the monitors sag 1 inch for every 6 inches the arms extend. Moreover, the monitors must be equally balanced from the base to sit straight. Even when the arms are tucked in close to the base, it takes up a ton of room since the arms protrude behind the base when tucked in. I’ve used much cheaper mounts in the past which are far superior to this one. The design would be great if it worked, but unfortunately it doesn’t. Don’t be misled by the sleekness of this mount, because it’s by no means practical and it won’t work as you hoped it would.