any recommendations? experiences?
I need it for single monitor, the more articulation, the sturdier the arm the better
bump, interested in this ever done i used a dial monitor setup with arms at a college computer lab.
seems useful if you want a portrait layout.
is there a standard mounting system for monitors, or do you need to choose carefully, to avoid incompatibilities?
have that type in dual monitor setup. the stacking version (shown in pic) comes with a laptop stand as well. works really well, at least to keep monitors steady and my desk clean. just get a cheap one with full metal build and good reviews though, since ergotron isn't exactly the cheapest.
Was thinking about getting pic related but my monitor is barely withing the supported weight range - as in it's too fucking light. What are the odds, huh? Anyway, I think it looks nice. Available in different colors too.
I bought a dual arms one for 50€ from amazon.de, no particular brand or anything. Very robust. Let's see if I can find it.
Pretty sure it's this "Lavolta" one http://www.amazon.de/Lavolta-Monitorhalterung-Bildschirm-Einstellbaren-Armen/dp/B00WX0WP7Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1453148504&sr=8-1&keywords=monitorarm+dual
It has a screw that you can turn to compress the spring you can see in that picture so it doesn't sag with heavier monitors. You've got set it right for every display.
With a monitor as light as mine, it would probably lift it up on its' own even on the lightest resistance. So I'd probably lose some range there, mostly in situations where you want the monitor to sit low.
I like the design, think it looks better than the Ergotron LX or Humanscale M8 for example - the latter of which I recently saw live by chance.
Who know, might still order one anyway. See how it goes...
Op, listen carefully now.
>buy a bunch of monitor arms
>put them all together
>hook them withh strings so that you can extend and retract it
>extend your monitor into your neighbor's window
I have the exact Ergotron in your picture. Can recommend, its sturdy.
Not much else to say about it. Just don't cheap out shit like this. Either go for quality or don't waste your money at all.