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Dual Arm Monitor Mount

Two Arm Monitor Mount Looking for a heavy duty, double C-clamp base VESA compatible 3 monitor stand? Then the MI-752 is your answer. This dual monitor desk stand's VESA heads can tilt 15 degrees up and down in either direction, swivel a full 360 degrees left and right, and you can height adjust both monitors on the 17.5" inch pole. Both displays can be rotated into portrait or landscape orientation and will hold in place. Features: For use on VESA 75mm / 100mm compatible monitors up to 27" inches Supports 2 computer screens up to a whopping 22 pounds each. Screens tilt 15 degrees up and 15 degrees down Screen swivels a full 360 degrees left or right both displays can be placed and held in either landscape or portrait orientation Heavy duty steel construction will stand the test of time. 

DUAL MONITOR MOUNT

Fits 2 computer screens 13 15 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 27 inches, with a maximum support weight of 22 pounds each, using the 75x75mm or 100x100mm VESA square bolt hole pattern found on the back of the monitors. (measure bolt hole distance in millimeters if unsure of size) 

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FEATURES

Dual monitor desk stand is made of heavy duty steel and aluminum alloy and has integrated cable management clips on each arm to keep your cables organized. Comes with sturdy, double C-clamp and grommet base mounts for desktops up to 4 inches thick.

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FULLY ADJUSTABLE

Double monitor stand arms can tilt up or down 15 degrees and/or swivel 360 degrees left and right, and both monitors can rotate 180 degrees in either direction for landscape or portrait orientation - without removing them. The height can be adjusted on the middle pole. 

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EASY INSTALLATION

Two monitor stand comes with all mounting hardware, tools, and instructions necessary for assembly. See instructional video for tips on installation and functionality. 

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VESA

75x75mm or 100x100mm VESA square bolt hole pattern found on the back of the monitors. (measure bolt hole distance in millimeters if unsure of size)