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Multibrackets M VESA Gas Lift Arm Dual Side by Side Black

Multibrackets M VESA Gas Lift Arm Dual Side by Side Black

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There are few things that are so important in the workplace as your working position during an 8-hour shift. So save back, neck and eyes and lets make it easy to use dual monitors in the office.
The M Gas Lift Dual Side by Side gas suspended monitor arm was designed by Multibrackets to optimize your productivity and improve ergonomics while at work.

The M Gas Lift Dual Side by Side is made out of a durable aluminum construction and driven by true gas suspension technique. This makes the screens "float" and they can be moved with near zero effort. Sleek and streamlined, the M Vesa Gas Lift Arm frees up space and allows positioning of your displays for greater productivity. Fingertip tilt provides smooth adjustment for two LCDs in any direction. Easy move the screen from landscape to portrait position or move the screens close to the desk, high up, matching almost any wanted working position imaginable.

Supports VESA standards 75x75 and 100x100 (VESA 200x200 via an adapter) and holds screens weighing from minimum of 2kg and up to maximum of 10kg each.

The M VESA Gas lift Arms series utilize true gas based suspension technique. This German invented technology is used for a wide variety of industries and applications.
The gas technique to create its amazing effortless floating feel by balancing the pressure in the gas cartridge against the screens weight. This technique is not to be confused with the more economical and less functional spring technique found in more economical solutions on the market.

Available in Silver, Black and White.

Want to configure several LCDs side by side?
Want to easily change the position of your LCD screens with near zero effort?
Tired of a work desk all jammed up by screens?
Want to change viewing angle for sitting or standing position, landscape or portrait mode?
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