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VIVO Triple LCD Monitor Desk Mount seems reasonable. Pros: VESA Mount (75 X 75 & 100 X 100 mounting holes) Tilt: -15 to +15 Degree - Swivel: 360 Degree - Rotate: 360 Degree Heavy Duty & High Grade Steel and Aluminum Fits Three Screens up to 24 Integrated cable management system Monitor can be installed either in portrait or landscape shape Fully ...


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I have been using the dual version of the Allcam monitor bracket for a few years now, and I love it - no problems with 2 x 24" flat screens. The height is a little tricky to adjust but the mobility is good horizontally and tilt is available without an issue. It supports 3 screens and beyond (it is modular). It is a desk mounted bracket and it supports ...


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Check if any of your display has a Vesa Mount. The mount itself uses 4 screws in a 75 or 100 mm square so you can use the screen in any orientation. 3rd party stands are easily available online, ranging from no-names to big brands like Dell or Iiyama. There are stands, wall mounts and desk edge mounts available. Most don't allow free rotation of the screen - ...


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Dimensions per https://www.apple.com/ipad-pro/specs/ are 281 mm x 215 mm x 6mm and it masses 633 grams or less (depending on whether WiFi is present). That is so much less than any 48 cm class display (smallest popular size), so a monitor arm will surely work, if this PAD-TAM tablet arm offered by Zoro.com, their # G3890988 which specifically mentions the ...


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Answering my own question (it was solved by Bennett Yeo in the comments to my question) First I tried the iiyama ProLite XUB2395WSU-B1 as I was happy with iiyama before. I didn't keep it for long as: the reported max height of 385mm is actually 410mm 1920x1200 is too many pixels to fit into a 22"/22.5" screen While it is possible to adjust the font ...


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Many monitors have VESA type mounting brackets which allows the use of a standard VESA holder. There are a wide variety of these from wall mount to rack mount to stands which can be attached to a table. The first thing you need to determine is whether your monitors have a VESA mounting bracket or not. Not all monitors do. It sounds like you are planning to ...


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