Explore all of the wonderful possibilities that only the Sidewinder Horizontal Freestanding Dual Monitor Mount can deliver. Designed as an efficient mounting solution with a substantial offering of features, any organization that relies on multiple computer screens during the course of a normal workday would do well to implement this model into their environment.
Arms flank a central mounting pole that's 19.7" in height on either side, capable of securing two separate screens up to 30", with a maximum weight capacity of up to 44 lbs. Each monitor can function independently, and the mounting brackets allow countless display possibilities so users can enjoy an optimal viewing experience. Included are features such as 90° rotation from portrait to landscape mode, 115° of tilt (-90° backward, +25° forwards), and 20° of swiveling. The center pole is also able to adjust up to a height of 9.4" dynamically.
An extra-large base of support measuring 25.11" front width X 15" depth X 9.4" back width safeguards against accidental tipping and unwanted shakiness. The unit is manufactured from high-quality materials and supports installation in VESA mounting hole patterns of 75 x 75 and 100 x 100 (can support 200 x 100 or 200 x 200 via an additional adaptor plate, sold separately.)
The Dual Monitor Freestanding Mount provides an aesthetic & stable solution.
Accommodates various LCD sizes; slide displays into place, so screen edges align
Easily turn one or both screens from landscape mode to portrait mode. Take advantage of widescreen displays and view entire pages without scrolling.
Independent adjustment of each screen for proper ergonomic
Swift and easy movements and adjustments
Durable aluminum and steel construction creates an extremely stable platform.
Maximum productivity and supreme ergonomic comfort
Its small footprint frees up your desktop to increase workspace, making the addition of a second display an easy fit
Space-saving with its compact design
Free-standing design allows for ultimate ease of installation and relocation.
The cable management system organizes and routes cables