• EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
  • EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
  • EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
  • EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
  • EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
  • EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
  • EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
  • EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
  • EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)
EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)

EZM Articulating Heavy-Duty Triple LCD/LED/Plasma/Flat Panel Monitor Mount Stand Desktop Clamp Holds up to 24"(002-0010)

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  • COMPATIBILITY - Holds Most Widescreen displays including curved widescreens up to (3) 24" with VESA 100 x 100 mm (4 inch x 4 inch or 75 x 75 mm(3 inch x 3 inch) compatible. Quick Release Mounting Brackets for Easy Installation
  • THE SIZE OF THE POLE - The Diameter of the Pole is 1 7/8"
  • FULL-MOTION MOUNT - Die-cast triple joint flexible arms swivel 180 at each joint facilitating swing in and out into comfortable viewing positions. Features 360 (Clockwise/Counter Clockwise) rotating mounting heads to accomodate landscape and portrait modes. Mounting heads tilt (Up/Down) +/- 90, swivel (In/Out) 180 and rotate (clockwise/counterclockwise) 360. Features 360 (Clockwise/Counter Clockwise) rotating mounting heads to accommodate landscape and portrait modes
  • ADJUSTIBILITY - The monitor arm can move along the pole with Pre-drilled Holes. Each monitor height can be individually fine tumed. Monitors can be easily adjusted to comfortable viewing height and positions
  • HEAVY-DUTY STEEL STRUCTURE - With a versatile heavy-duty steel desktop C-Clamp mounting up to 3.90" (10 cm) thickness horizontal surfaces, easy to install in minutes

Customer Reviews

I wanted to love this product I wanted to love this product. Here is what ruins what would otherwise be a perfect item:1. The monitors are very wobbly on the mounts no matter how much you tighten things - the reason is simply the way that the metal vesa plate fits into the mount on the pole. It fits into a metal groove which has a ton of play in it.2. There is a "security bolt" as they call it in the manual, which must be installed to hold the vesa plate onto the pole mount - otherwise lifting the monitor up will cause it to lift out of the mount and fall. This bolt has a phillips head and no actual bolt head - and it is physically impossible to screw in, because the mount itself is in the way of where a screwdriver needs to go - even a tiny one - so the screw ends up stripped. Even if you somehow didn't strip it - adequately tightening it would result in it being stripped. This adds to the 'wobble' of the monitors.3. The little plastic cable management mounts are so thin and cheap that any tension on your cables - even just the weight of a thick power cable - causes it to deform and open. I threw them out and used 2 black velcro wire ties which held stronger and look better. Terrible.4. This one is just my opinion, but the actual base of the stand is very thick, and is plastic (with metal on the inside for weight). It is UGLY. Funny enough, the actual pole, vesa plates, etc are all of very sturdy metal with an excellent looking powder coat finish - and they all end up hidden. The one part that isn't hidden - is a cheap plastic finish.The good: This thing is HEAVY and is not going to fall over. Very very sturdy other than the wobbly monitor mounts. 2This is an extremely sturdy mount with a lot of adjustment and some great ... This is an extremely sturdy mount with a lot of adjustment and some great mounting options.I bought this mount because I wanted a quad-monitor ("pyramid") setup on a corner desk. That meant a desk clamp was not an option. The heavily-weighted foot for this stand actually ends up using LESS space than the factory stand on any one of my monitors. It also sits pretty far back, probably 90% behind the monitors themselves, leaving plenty of desk space in front of the stand for keyboard/mouse/etc. This could be a problem for shallower desks as it would mean the monitors are closer to the user than with factory stands, but for my corner mount it makes great use of wasted corner space while freeing up much needed desk surface.There's no sag in the arms on this mount. The hinges have good resistance that allows for adjustment but means you won't accidentally move a monitor if you bump it. The individual monitor mounts are less sturdy, but given the degree of adjustment they allow for, it's understandable. I was still able to get everything clamped down nice and solid.There's also an impressive degree of per-monitor height adjustment, which allows perfect alignment of even mismatched monitors with different sizes or bezel thickness.I have used stands that cost multiple times what this one does, but this one is sturdier, nicer-looking, and more adjustable than any of them. 5Way better than 2 monitors This is for the 4 monitor (1 over 3) stand version. I have been using this for quite a while now, and it has been awesome. I have a corner desk and used to have 2 monitors but I wanted to upgrade for gaming reasons.It can be attached to the desk a few different ways, either by drilling a hole in the desk and using a bolt with load distributing plate, or using the weighted base. I am currently using the weighted base because I wanted to test out placement and make sure I was happy before I drilled a hole in my desk. It has been quite a while and I haven't moved it since the first day (when I moved it a lot), so I think this weekend it will be time to get the drill out.The stand was easy to assemble, and same with the hardware to attach the monitors to the stand. I used 4 Asus VS228H-P 21.5-Inches Led Backlight Widescreen Computer Monitor by the way. The only issue I had is that the middle monitor mount has a screw for adjusting the monitor up and down, and it wasn't working. The reason is because the instructions are slightly misleading and I was adjusting it wrong. There's a vertical screw on the mount in the middle, and the bolt on the end has to be tight (mine came off during shipping and was lost in the bottom of the box). Once I tightened that nut, the adjuster worked and I was able to level it just fine.It has been about a month, and there is no sagging or any misalignment issues. Everything stayed as aligned. I'm happy so far. 5Yes, you can mount 2 ultrawides on this stand I've owned this stand since 2012, and had two 24" monitors mounted on it, the top angled downwards. It's great. The base is heavy, never a danger of toppling.Took some measurements recently, and realized the stand could handle two 34" ultrawides. I got the LG 34UM58-P 34" Class 21:9 UltraWide Full HD IPS LED Monitor on sale at Costco at the moment. Now I have a whole lotta screen! 5Great, except a couple of things Great, except a couple of things.I bought the 2 monitor version of this, which is outstanding. It holds a 27" monitor and a 22" without issue. Both are LED backlit, so no weight issues.I also bought this 3 monitor version for my desk at work, and it's not quite as awesome, but still great. The first problem is that the left and right arms are not quite long enough for 24" monitors. They are fine of you want the monitors to be in a perfectly straight line and the outer monitors are barely angled towards you. The only way to get past this is by angling in the outers by covering part of the bezel with the center monitor. At that point, I still don't have quite enough angle for my liking, but it's good enough.One thing I do not like is the fact that the center monitor sticks forward too far. I would like for it to be farther away from me, based on the way I sit at my desk, but I'm getting used to that.The arms will undoubtedly sag if you are mounting non-LED backlit monitors, as they are 2-3 times as heavy as LED backlit ones. They will sag even more if the arms are straight. If they are 22" monitors, you will have no problem as the arms will be angled. In my case at work, my left 24" monitor tends to bounce a little bit as I type, because of the way my desk is made, and how I have my arms on the desk. I wish it were a tad more sturdy, but I'm not sure that's a fault of this specific setup. Seems like something that would happen with any triple mount, no matter how sturdy.Regardless of any problems, these are extremely well built for the price. Just be sure you have at least 2-3 inches of lip on the back of your desk. 4Solid Sturdy and Great Price I have used a few of these for work projects we ship off to client sites. The base is heavy and the vertical pole is one solid piece so its very stable. This version comes with the bracket to mount though a hole in your desk, but I have not used it before. Also the bracket fits most monitors or screens and comes with finger screws and longer screws with stand offs if you need it. One down side is that you will need to pop off one of the plastic covers and tighten the nut on the tilt arm, this has been something I have done for all of the EZM mounts though so your screen dose not sag forward. It now takes me about 15 minutes from cutting open the double boxes to getting screens on ready for cables, there is a lot of plastic bags to pull things out of. For the price and quality I will keep using these at work and recommend them to anyone needing multiple monitor stands. 5Excellent Heavyweight Monitor Stand The sturdy construction and heavy base give you peace of mind that your monitors are secure. The ability to modify your configuration and adjust/reposition the monitors is great. For mounting my 19" wide on top and 23.5" wide flat panels on the bottom, I removed one segment on each arm so they would sit closer to the wall on my shallow (24" deep) desk. I bought 4 washers at the hardware store to snug up the main joint for use without the longer arms on top. The whole thing will put your screens right in your face otherwise, but if you are using 24" or greater screens this stand will handle them with ease. You have the choice to bolt the thing right into your desk if you prefer, but the base is substantial enough to support today's lighter LED flat panels with ease so I did not. The only drawback I have faced is that the gel pad underneath the weighted base rolled up a bit while I was determining the final position on my desk. Otherwise, this thing is almost infinitely adjustable and very well-made. I would recommend this stand for anyone using solid furniture with any ornamentation around the desktop edges in order to avoid rigging up an awkward clamp or drilling into your nice desk. Great value vs some stands I priced for $100 more. 5Easy to Assemble, Easy to adjust, Works Great! Easy to Assemble. The product does have some weight to it (I would assume it's to counterbalance the weight of the monitors). I have 3 ACER H236HL BID Monitors, so I also Ordered the VESA Bracket Adapters which mounted perfectly to the EZM Stand. The 23" monitors fit just fine on the mount, and I've managed to align all 3 evenly at the height I wanted them (See Photo). Nothing arrived broken, and I was even given a few extra Joint Caps for the Mount's Articulated Arms.Product does require some tinkering to get everything aligned, and I would also suggest multiple lengths of Phillips Head Screwdrivers to ensure all your screws are tightened properly. Everything assembled nicely, and I managed to do everything alone, so no help was required.The Baseplate is Optional and the manual gives you instructions on how to bolt it to your desk for a more sturdy mount. Enjoy your Mounts folks... and game on! 5Just what I needed. Awesome monitor stand, especially for the price. It easily supports my 24" and two 20" screens. As you will see in my pictures, I am able to get more than enough motion out of them, and it looks good with slightly varying screen sizes too. It is very sturdy and adjusts in many ways (tilt up/down, rotate cw/ccw, turn left/right, and move up/down). Now I am able to have more monitors than my desk will allow, and no clunky stands taking up precious desk space. 5Great stand, exceptional quality, very minor issues So I gave this a 4 star review, so I obviously liked this product. It's stable, heavy, the adjustment bolts can be made really nice and stiff, and it can handle my 3 24" monitors, no problem. This is an extremely high quality product, and I'm really pleased with my purchase overall. WIth that in mind, it's easier for me to focus on the cons, as any feature I /don't/ mention below is good, if not phenomenal.That being said, I have the following cons: - With 24" monitors (Asus VH242H), you're extremely restricted on how much you can angle the outer monitors in. You get maybe 5-8 degrees, which is fine if you want more of a flat wall style layout, but does not work extremely well if you like having a more immersive wrap-around effect with a 20 or more degree without specifically purchasing a bezel-less or simply smaller monitor. That being said, I specifically looked for stands with more angling and couldn't find any. It appears this is about the maximum for the breed. Attached photo shows what I wanted the angling at, but this was only possible by overlapping the central monitor with the outer ones, rather than edge-to-edge. Instead, it had to be nearly flat. - The central pipe to run your cabling through is narrow for a 3-monitor stand. It is possible, but only barely, to snake 3 power cords and 3 DVI cables up it, each one obviously one at a time. You will need to use a coat hanger to hook once you get half of them in there, and use a bit of force, but it is possible. This effectively clamps your cables in place, they are then so taut that future adjustment of the arms is pretty much impossible without risking damage to the monitor socket or cable itself. During the initial set up, when you need to move things a dozen times, this makes aligning all three monitors an exercise in frustration. On the plus side, when you're done, you feel like you really accomplished something difficult... because you have. It's a lot of tedious work, especially before you have bolted the thing down and have to balance it with one hand while feeding cable with the other. ... and it is not light.On that note, another word of advice, neither pro or con, but simply the fact of the matter - get a friend with a strong arm to help you when installing it. Balancing the stand while snaking cables, attaching monitors, or worse, installing the central bolt is near impossible without a second set of hands to hold things steady. 4
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Description
  • COMPATIBILITY - Holds Most Widescreen displays including curved widescreens up to (3) 24" with VESA 100 x 100 mm (4 inch x 4 inch or 75 x 75 mm(3 inch x 3 inch) compatible. Quick Release Mounting Brackets for Easy Installation
  • THE SIZE OF THE POLE - The Diameter of the Pole is 1 7/8"
  • FULL-MOTION MOUNT - Die-cast triple joint flexible arms swivel 180 at each joint facilitating swing in and out into comfortable viewing positions. Features 360 (Clockwise/Counter Clockwise) rotating mounting heads to accomodate landscape and portrait modes. Mounting heads tilt (Up/Down) +/- 90, swivel (In/Out) 180 and rotate (clockwise/counterclockwise) 360. Features 360 (Clockwise/Counter Clockwise) rotating mounting heads to accommodate landscape and portrait modes
  • ADJUSTIBILITY - The monitor arm can move along the pole with Pre-drilled Holes. Each monitor height can be individually fine tumed. Monitors can be easily adjusted to comfortable viewing height and positions
  • HEAVY-DUTY STEEL STRUCTURE - With a versatile heavy-duty steel desktop C-Clamp mounting up to 3.90" (10 cm) thickness horizontal surfaces, easy to install in minutes
Reviews

Customer Reviews

I wanted to love this product I wanted to love this product. Here is what ruins what would otherwise be a perfect item:1. The monitors are very wobbly on the mounts no matter how much you tighten things - the reason is simply the way that the metal vesa plate fits into the mount on the pole. It fits into a metal groove which has a ton of play in it.2. There is a "security bolt" as they call it in the manual, which must be installed to hold the vesa plate onto the pole mount - otherwise lifting the monitor up will cause it to lift out of the mount and fall. This bolt has a phillips head and no actual bolt head - and it is physically impossible to screw in, because the mount itself is in the way of where a screwdriver needs to go - even a tiny one - so the screw ends up stripped. Even if you somehow didn't strip it - adequately tightening it would result in it being stripped. This adds to the 'wobble' of the monitors.3. The little plastic cable management mounts are so thin and cheap that any tension on your cables - even just the weight of a thick power cable - causes it to deform and open. I threw them out and used 2 black velcro wire ties which held stronger and look better. Terrible.4. This one is just my opinion, but the actual base of the stand is very thick, and is plastic (with metal on the inside for weight). It is UGLY. Funny enough, the actual pole, vesa plates, etc are all of very sturdy metal with an excellent looking powder coat finish - and they all end up hidden. The one part that isn't hidden - is a cheap plastic finish.The good: This thing is HEAVY and is not going to fall over. Very very sturdy other than the wobbly monitor mounts. 2This is an extremely sturdy mount with a lot of adjustment and some great ... This is an extremely sturdy mount with a lot of adjustment and some great mounting options.I bought this mount because I wanted a quad-monitor ("pyramid") setup on a corner desk. That meant a desk clamp was not an option. The heavily-weighted foot for this stand actually ends up using LESS space than the factory stand on any one of my monitors. It also sits pretty far back, probably 90% behind the monitors themselves, leaving plenty of desk space in front of the stand for keyboard/mouse/etc. This could be a problem for shallower desks as it would mean the monitors are closer to the user than with factory stands, but for my corner mount it makes great use of wasted corner space while freeing up much needed desk surface.There's no sag in the arms on this mount. The hinges have good resistance that allows for adjustment but means you won't accidentally move a monitor if you bump it. The individual monitor mounts are less sturdy, but given the degree of adjustment they allow for, it's understandable. I was still able to get everything clamped down nice and solid.There's also an impressive degree of per-monitor height adjustment, which allows perfect alignment of even mismatched monitors with different sizes or bezel thickness.I have used stands that cost multiple times what this one does, but this one is sturdier, nicer-looking, and more adjustable than any of them. 5Way better than 2 monitors This is for the 4 monitor (1 over 3) stand version. I have been using this for quite a while now, and it has been awesome. I have a corner desk and used to have 2 monitors but I wanted to upgrade for gaming reasons.It can be attached to the desk a few different ways, either by drilling a hole in the desk and using a bolt with load distributing plate, or using the weighted base. I am currently using the weighted base because I wanted to test out placement and make sure I was happy before I drilled a hole in my desk. It has been quite a while and I haven't moved it since the first day (when I moved it a lot), so I think this weekend it will be time to get the drill out.The stand was easy to assemble, and same with the hardware to attach the monitors to the stand. I used 4 Asus VS228H-P 21.5-Inches Led Backlight Widescreen Computer Monitor by the way. The only issue I had is that the middle monitor mount has a screw for adjusting the monitor up and down, and it wasn't working. The reason is because the instructions are slightly misleading and I was adjusting it wrong. There's a vertical screw on the mount in the middle, and the bolt on the end has to be tight (mine came off during shipping and was lost in the bottom of the box). Once I tightened that nut, the adjuster worked and I was able to level it just fine.It has been about a month, and there is no sagging or any misalignment issues. Everything stayed as aligned. I'm happy so far. 5Yes, you can mount 2 ultrawides on this stand I've owned this stand since 2012, and had two 24" monitors mounted on it, the top angled downwards. It's great. The base is heavy, never a danger of toppling.Took some measurements recently, and realized the stand could handle two 34" ultrawides. I got the LG 34UM58-P 34" Class 21:9 UltraWide Full HD IPS LED Monitor on sale at Costco at the moment. Now I have a whole lotta screen! 5Great, except a couple of things Great, except a couple of things.I bought the 2 monitor version of this, which is outstanding. It holds a 27" monitor and a 22" without issue. Both are LED backlit, so no weight issues.I also bought this 3 monitor version for my desk at work, and it's not quite as awesome, but still great. The first problem is that the left and right arms are not quite long enough for 24" monitors. They are fine of you want the monitors to be in a perfectly straight line and the outer monitors are barely angled towards you. The only way to get past this is by angling in the outers by covering part of the bezel with the center monitor. At that point, I still don't have quite enough angle for my liking, but it's good enough.One thing I do not like is the fact that the center monitor sticks forward too far. I would like for it to be farther away from me, based on the way I sit at my desk, but I'm getting used to that.The arms will undoubtedly sag if you are mounting non-LED backlit monitors, as they are 2-3 times as heavy as LED backlit ones. They will sag even more if the arms are straight. If they are 22" monitors, you will have no problem as the arms will be angled. In my case at work, my left 24" monitor tends to bounce a little bit as I type, because of the way my desk is made, and how I have my arms on the desk. I wish it were a tad more sturdy, but I'm not sure that's a fault of this specific setup. Seems like something that would happen with any triple mount, no matter how sturdy.Regardless of any problems, these are extremely well built for the price. Just be sure you have at least 2-3 inches of lip on the back of your desk. 4Solid Sturdy and Great Price I have used a few of these for work projects we ship off to client sites. The base is heavy and the vertical pole is one solid piece so its very stable. This version comes with the bracket to mount though a hole in your desk, but I have not used it before. Also the bracket fits most monitors or screens and comes with finger screws and longer screws with stand offs if you need it. One down side is that you will need to pop off one of the plastic covers and tighten the nut on the tilt arm, this has been something I have done for all of the EZM mounts though so your screen dose not sag forward. It now takes me about 15 minutes from cutting open the double boxes to getting screens on ready for cables, there is a lot of plastic bags to pull things out of. For the price and quality I will keep using these at work and recommend them to anyone needing multiple monitor stands. 5Excellent Heavyweight Monitor Stand The sturdy construction and heavy base give you peace of mind that your monitors are secure. The ability to modify your configuration and adjust/reposition the monitors is great. For mounting my 19" wide on top and 23.5" wide flat panels on the bottom, I removed one segment on each arm so they would sit closer to the wall on my shallow (24" deep) desk. I bought 4 washers at the hardware store to snug up the main joint for use without the longer arms on top. The whole thing will put your screens right in your face otherwise, but if you are using 24" or greater screens this stand will handle them with ease. You have the choice to bolt the thing right into your desk if you prefer, but the base is substantial enough to support today's lighter LED flat panels with ease so I did not. The only drawback I have faced is that the gel pad underneath the weighted base rolled up a bit while I was determining the final position on my desk. Otherwise, this thing is almost infinitely adjustable and very well-made. I would recommend this stand for anyone using solid furniture with any ornamentation around the desktop edges in order to avoid rigging up an awkward clamp or drilling into your nice desk. Great value vs some stands I priced for $100 more. 5Easy to Assemble, Easy to adjust, Works Great! Easy to Assemble. The product does have some weight to it (I would assume it's to counterbalance the weight of the monitors). I have 3 ACER H236HL BID Monitors, so I also Ordered the VESA Bracket Adapters which mounted perfectly to the EZM Stand. The 23" monitors fit just fine on the mount, and I've managed to align all 3 evenly at the height I wanted them (See Photo). Nothing arrived broken, and I was even given a few extra Joint Caps for the Mount's Articulated Arms.Product does require some tinkering to get everything aligned, and I would also suggest multiple lengths of Phillips Head Screwdrivers to ensure all your screws are tightened properly. Everything assembled nicely, and I managed to do everything alone, so no help was required.The Baseplate is Optional and the manual gives you instructions on how to bolt it to your desk for a more sturdy mount. Enjoy your Mounts folks... and game on! 5Just what I needed. Awesome monitor stand, especially for the price. It easily supports my 24" and two 20" screens. As you will see in my pictures, I am able to get more than enough motion out of them, and it looks good with slightly varying screen sizes too. It is very sturdy and adjusts in many ways (tilt up/down, rotate cw/ccw, turn left/right, and move up/down). Now I am able to have more monitors than my desk will allow, and no clunky stands taking up precious desk space. 5Great stand, exceptional quality, very minor issues So I gave this a 4 star review, so I obviously liked this product. It's stable, heavy, the adjustment bolts can be made really nice and stiff, and it can handle my 3 24" monitors, no problem. This is an extremely high quality product, and I'm really pleased with my purchase overall. WIth that in mind, it's easier for me to focus on the cons, as any feature I /don't/ mention below is good, if not phenomenal.That being said, I have the following cons: - With 24" monitors (Asus VH242H), you're extremely restricted on how much you can angle the outer monitors in. You get maybe 5-8 degrees, which is fine if you want more of a flat wall style layout, but does not work extremely well if you like having a more immersive wrap-around effect with a 20 or more degree without specifically purchasing a bezel-less or simply smaller monitor. That being said, I specifically looked for stands with more angling and couldn't find any. It appears this is about the maximum for the breed. Attached photo shows what I wanted the angling at, but this was only possible by overlapping the central monitor with the outer ones, rather than edge-to-edge. Instead, it had to be nearly flat. - The central pipe to run your cabling through is narrow for a 3-monitor stand. It is possible, but only barely, to snake 3 power cords and 3 DVI cables up it, each one obviously one at a time. You will need to use a coat hanger to hook once you get half of them in there, and use a bit of force, but it is possible. This effectively clamps your cables in place, they are then so taut that future adjustment of the arms is pretty much impossible without risking damage to the monitor socket or cable itself. During the initial set up, when you need to move things a dozen times, this makes aligning all three monitors an exercise in frustration. On the plus side, when you're done, you feel like you really accomplished something difficult... because you have. It's a lot of tedious work, especially before you have bolted the thing down and have to balance it with one hand while feeding cable with the other. ... and it is not light.On that note, another word of advice, neither pro or con, but simply the fact of the matter - get a friend with a strong arm to help you when installing it. Balancing the stand while snaking cables, attaching monitors, or worse, installing the central bolt is near impossible without a second set of hands to hold things steady. 4
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