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Multiple Monitor Mounts (Dual Monitor, Triple Monitor, Quad Monitor, and More)
How many monitors are you going to display at one time? Do you need a full blown quad monitor setup or a simple dual monitor setup? There is a significant difference between monitor mounts and monitor stands that can make a big impact depending on your work setup. The advantage of a computer monitor mount is the ability to securely clamp it on to different parts of the desk itself, even on to a standing desk, whereas if you were to use a ceiling mount or wall mount, you'd be stuck to one area. This allows flexibility if you have a dynamic or smaller workstation, freeing up valuable desk space, and everyone loves having a clutter-free worksurface. Some people prefer the ability to move the monitor's location or have a more secure monitor in hectic work environments.
For multiple monitors, both monitor stands and monitor mounts are great solutions. For example, we recommend a dual monitor mount vs a dual monitor stand for those who have limited desk space. The dual monitor mount will free up valuable desk space and create a cleaner and less cramped workspace. A dual monitor stand can take up more space than you realize if you have a smaller desk at work. We carry a wide variety of easy to install multiple-monitor mounts and multiple monitor stands to ensure you find the perfect computer monitor mounting solution for your screen size and number of monitors. All monitor mounts feature the VESA pattern, allowing you to easily detach and attach monitors to your setup. Our monitor mounts are integrated with cable clips making for easier cable management, so you can easily recognize which cables belong to which monitors.
Swivel and Articulating Features
Will you need to adjust the position or height of your monitor constantly or would like the freedom to adjust your monitor beyond a simple tilt? A single monitor articulating arm with simple height adjustment can be an easy and efficient mounting solution for temporary workspaces or a desk monitor taking up too much space. For television viewing, there's the TV mount with a swivel bracket to avoid neck strains. However, monitor mounts with a larger heavy duty weight capacity will be needed for a heavier monitor or multiple monitors, depending on monitor size.
Monitor Arms vs Monitor Mounts
So you may be doing research online for a new single monitor arm or monitor mount and can be confused on the differences. In the old days, an old school computer monitor mount generally lacked adjustability, making it hard for people with varying heights or raised desktops to get the perfect viewing angle at eye level. Then came monitor desk arms, a semi-permanent desk mount that allows for more articulation for better viewing angles or rotates to different screen orientations (landscape orientation). They both serve as a monitor holder; thus, In reality, they are now more or less the same as they deliver almost identical benefits...so feel free to choose either option.
An arm mount is a great solution for many workspaces; however you should consider a few things before immediately purchasing the first one you see.
Multiple Monitor Arms (Dual, Triple, Quad, and More)
First anticipate how many monitors you will be using or if you will be expanding the number of monitors you display. You could always get a quad monitor arm if you currently only use two monitors but are unsure if you need more screen space.
Monitor Arm Articulation
An articulating arm gives you the flexibility of being able to adjust the tilt and viewing angle of your screen vs non-articulating which has limited adjustability.