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VIVO Triple LCD Monitor Desk Stand, Desktop Mount, Stacked Vertical 3 Screens up to 27" (STAND-V003V)
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- COMPATIBILITY - Holds Three Screens up to 27" and 22 lbs each with VESA Mount (75 X 75 & 100 X 100 mounting holes)
- MOTION - +15° to -15° tilt, 360° swivel, 360° rotation, and height adjustment for ideal viewing angles
- CABLE MANAGEMENT - System integrated to keep potentially messy cords clean and organized
- CLAMP - Ultra Heavy Duty "C" Clamp (4" clamp) to ensure the security of your monitors
- ADJUSTABILITY - Every joint is able to be tightened, so you can adjust exactly how fluid/stationary you want everything, simply remove the cap on the joint and tighten the bolt underneath
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The VIVO STAND-V003V is a desktop vertical mount for 3 monitors. The stand is made of high grade steel and aluminum. Fits most LCD monitors 13" to 27". Supports up to 22 lbs per monitor. Every joint is able to be tightened, so you can adjust exactly how fluid/stationary you want everything, simply remove the cap on the joint and tighten the bolt underneath. Mount uses VESA 75 x75 & 100 x 100 mounting holes.
- From the desk to the top of the center post is 39" and center post is 1.5" thick.
- Tilt: -15 to +15 degree
- Swivel: 360 degree
- Rotate: 360 degree
- Height adjustable
- Integrated cable management system
- Monitor can be installed either in portrait or landscape.
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The answer is that the mounting supports can be placed at any position on the pole. This lets me set the height and angle if each monitor exactly where I want it.
My first vertical mount was a dual unit with articulating arms, rated for two 32" monitors up to 17.6. The 34" monitors were clearly oversized, but I could mount them with one as low as an arm would go and one as high as it would go, and get them touching each other. (My monitors are LG with a control joystick button at the bottom. I mounted the top one upside down so the could be as close together as possible. This arrangement was not very stable, and the upper arm sagged a bit from the strain. Just before I replaced it I resorted to Gorilla tape on the back to keep them aligned. Even so it was hard to get a good angle for both.
With this unit I am able to adjust them both perfectly. The mount is very rigid. The only issue is that if one monitor is angled up the other needs to be angled down by the same amount. There is no in-out adjustment. However, the height is completely adjustable. I was able to find a height and angle that work perfectly for me. It was a little tricky because the vertical height is a clamp and the angle is set on a spherical mount that is locked by a setscrew. But once it is adjusted it stays put. I like that I can remove a monitor without affecting the adjustment, although I don't foresee that happening.
Since the mount has no in-out adjustment you have to decide if having the monitors toward the back of the desk is OK. I prefer mine about 15" back. I drilled a hole for the 10 mm bolt (slightly larger than 3/8" if you're not calibrated in metric) 19 " back from the front. I centered it on what's left of the knee hole with the big work station computer taking away 10". The bottom monitor is 4" above the desk and it's top is tilted slightly back. The top one is tilted slightly forward. The junction between them is about eye level. This is significantly better than my previous arrangement.
You may have different preferences. The only inflexibility is there is no in-out adjustment. You could get some adjustment by spacing the Vesa mounting plate off one monitor. They provide 1/2" spacers. You can buy other length nylon spacers at your local hardware store in the specialty fastener section.
My desk cost $25 at a used office furniture store so I had no qualms about drilling a hole in it.
The vendor could be missing out on some sales because of their ignorance of their product. I will repeat, this stand is perfect for two larger monitors (mine are 34"). The main limitation is weight. Mine weigh 17 lbs, and the rating is 22 lbs.
While the description is for a three monitor set-up, I'm glad I got it for only two monitors. I have about 8 inches of free post left after I aligned my primary monitor to eye level and added the secondary on top. I could probably use the entire post with three monitors, but then none of them would be properly aligned with my eye line.
This stand is well built and the construction is dead simple. Clamp the post to the desk (I added a bit of 1in wood to protect my desk and distribute the load a bit better) and add the monitors. The stand comes with tools including an allen wrench and a box end as well as bolts, washers, wired guides, and two extra covers for the clamps in case you lose them which is a really nice touch.
The installation directions have you attaching the clamps to the post, then attaching the monitors to the clamps. That seemed overly difficult trying to hold the monitor in the air and attach the bolts. Instead, I attached the clamps to the monitors first, loosened the post clamp, and slid the entire unit over the post, then I could hold it in place and tighten it up.
In use (and this has nothing to do with the unit) stacking the monitors may not workout quite like I thought it would for a workstation. The secondary monitor is rather high and I have to look up to see it. For a quick glance, that's fine, but if I have to look at it for too long, it gets to be quite uncomfortable.
I've been very happy with these VIVO mounts; this is the 2nd of 3 that I own now.
These are strong mounts and are able to hold 3 of my 22" monitors without an issue.