MOUNTUP freestanding dual monitor stand is an effective way to improve your work experience. Each arm can swivel, tilt, extend, and rotate, allowing you to find the best viewing angle. It requires no clamping or grommet hole to attach to the desk.
Dual monitor stand
This dual monitor stand fits most 13''-27'' flat or curved monitors. It is compatible with VESA hole pattern of 75x75 mm or 100x100 mm. It works with most monitor brands, including Acer, Alienware, AOC, Asus, BenQ, LG, NEC, Planar, Samsung, and ViewSonic.
Adjustable dual monitor stand
The adjustable dual monitor stand can swivel, tilt, rotate, and height adjust monitors to different angles. Monitors can be swiveled 90° left or right, easily sharing the screen with your coworkers. Tilt monitors 90° up or down to reduce glare from reflective light. Rotate monitors into landscape or portrait orientation, easily fulfilling different types of works. Monitors can also be height adjusted along the center pole, allowing you to view monitors at your eye level. This dual monitor stand is great for improving ergonomics at work.
Freestanding monitor stand
This freestanding monitor stand can be used in spaces that do not allow a clamp or grommet mounting. It doesn't require clamping or a grommet hole, and it fits any existing desk. Placing it on the desk and you are ready to use it. This dual monitor desk stand is also portable to be taken to different desks for flexible working.
Sturdy dual monitor stand for desk
The dual monitor stand for desk is designed with a sturdy base which is measured by 12.99''×10.67‘’. Each arm loads up to 17.6 lbs., which can mount monitors securely and stably. It also minimizes clutter and maximizes desk space. Cables from monitors can be organized through the articulating arms and the pole.
This dual monitor desk stand does not need to be installed on your desk, so there’s no need to drill any holes. With simple instructions and labeled parts, this desktop stands for monitors can be assembled quickly and easily within 15 mins. When installing monitors, please keep the balance of the two arms.