Ergotron DS100 Dual Monitor Desk Stand,

Mfg.Part: 33-091-200 | CDW Part: 210326 | UNSPSC: 56101501
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  • Display Stand Conversion Kit
  • Vertical
  • Black
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  • Display Stand Conversion Kit
  • Vertical
  • Black
The DS100 Series is a line of products within Ergotron's flat panel monitor Adjustable Rotating Mounting Solutions (ARMS). Conserve desk space by suspending flat panel monitors on a single base. Choose between multiple configurations and adjustment ranges. Easily adjust the height and position of all monitors to a comfortable, ergonomically appropriate position. Patented pivot mechanisms allow you to tilt, pivot and turn your flat panel monitors for maximum efficiency and ergonomic comfort. Free Standing, Desk Clamp, and Grommet Mount Bases are available for all configurations. This Free Standing Base Vertical Double Monitor configuration manages from 15" to 20" flat panel monitors and up to 23 lbs.

Ergotron DS100 Dual Monitor Desk Stand, is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good stand for flat displays up to 32" our need to double stack 2 32" monitors which is hard to find in a stand that just stands on a desk, a lot of stands require it be wall mounted or clamped to a desk if larger then 30". But this one is just big enough to double stack 2, the 2nd lower monitor closer to the base, but that's what we needed anyways. Overall our monitor weight exceeds the recommended weight and still is pretty stable. And now the bad, overall great stand, but our displays have speakers so the lower half of the screen is heavier on that side. So when we rotate one display on one stand to be portrait (standing up on it's side longwise), the weight of the speakers seems to always make the monitor rotate around it's swivel and we have tightened the nut pretty tight. The last bracket that lets it rotate should have a screw that lets it lock in place vertically then this stand would have been a 5. But now that we can't use it for the ends we'll have to find another stand possibly for that.
Date published: 2016-08-18
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