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Monitor Arm

This easy-to-adjust arm lets you position your monitor to suit the way you’re sitting, allowing you to move freely as you work while reducing eyestrain. And it frees up worksurface space.

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    Monitor Arm

    Big Benefits from a Small Accessory

    Here's a simple and cost-effective way to help you position your flat panel monitor so that your eyes stay focused and you maintain a healthful posture during long hours at the computer. Both the Single and Dual Monitor Arms let you shift your monitor easily from landscape to portrait.

    • Comfort Enhances Creativity

      Comfort Enhances Creativity

      Long hours seated at a computer can cause eye, neck, and back strain and reduce blood circulation and your ability to concentrate. Aligning your technology with your body, leads to less eye and muscle strain.

    • Versatile and Easy to Install

      Versatile and Easy to Install

      Clamp it onto your desk or worksurface (up to 1 7/8 inches thick). A special bracket is also included for thinner profile desks, like Envelop. Then route your computer cables along the underside of the arm, to keep them out of the way.

    • The Nuts and Bolts

      The Nuts and Bolts

      • Has a 22 ½-inch extension range
      • Holds a 7- to 20-pound,flat-panel monitor with an   LCD size up to 24 inches
      • Provides 160-degree monitor rotation; 80-degree   tilt, 90-degree horizontal rotation, so you can view   the monitor in portrait or landscape
      • Swivels 360 degrees and remains stable during   adjustment
      • Meets VESA monitor arm standards

    • Lift Assist

      Lift Assist

      The Single and Dual monitor arms are available with a lift assist mechanism that allows 13 inches of height adjustment for the monitor and is recommended for frequent monitor adjustment. Includes an Allen wrench for adjusting arm height along the mounting post.

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