Frees up space by removing monitors from desktop. Each arm supports a monitor up to 20 pounds. Excellent for standing desks. Tilts screens either horizontally or vertically. Storage within arms keeps wires neat. Set-up instructions are clear and easy to follow.
More costly than other dual stands. May take some trial and error to get the tension just right.
Screens rotate 360 degrees to allow the reading of longer documents. Monitor cables can be attached using included hardware to keep tangles at a minimum. Either clamp onto desk or attach through desk hole. Instructions are easy to follow, and installation takes around 30 minutes.
Doesn't free up as much desk space as models with swinging arms. Some users report that heavier monitors tend to droop.
Comes with all the tools needed to put together. Holds monitors up to 22 pounds and 27 inches each. Because it's freestanding, can be used on any type of desk surface without damage; there’s also the option to attach to the desk, if desired. Multi-hinge arms offer plenty of positioning options.
Will need a second set of hands if setting up as free-standing, or it will tip over and hinder assembly.
Well-made with a steel tubing design. Heavy-duty base is stable and stands firm against occasional knocks to the desk. Fits screens up to 30 inches and up to 22 pounds. Adjustable brackets offer +/- 45 degrees of tilt and 360 degrees of swivel. Backed by a 3-year warranty.
Bolts need to be very tight to maintain positioning. Assembly can be challenging if done on a desk as opposed to the floor.
Crafted with a solid bamboo surface and heavy-duty stainless steel legs. Riser stays put thanks to nonslip rubber feet. Capable of holding heavy monitors or printers and other peripherals. Backed by a 110% money-back guarantee. Available in three modern finishes.
Occasional reports that the legs aren't level, so the riser is prone to wobbling.
If you’re someone who needs double the screen space for productivity, work, or gaming, a dual monitor solution works great. Whether it’s the free-standing kind that sits atop your desk, or the mounted variety that clamps or screws — dual monitor stands are perfect for adding organization and flexibility to your workstation, while saving precious desk space. Pricing will vary depending on design and how much weight the stand (or stands) can hold. You’ll find that some dual monitor systems have arms that twist, turn, and extend to provide even more flexibility and functionality. Before purchasing dual monitor stands, make sure you are aware of how wide your monitors are, how much they weigh, and whether a desktop or mounted stand is the ideal solution for you.
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