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Vivo monitor mount from Amazon!
I definitely would recommend it if you want a cheap and sturdy mount; it hasn't failed me so far. :) I'm planning on getting a full swivel arm mount in the future though.
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It does, but I totally wouldn't recommend the model I have. If I were buying another one, I'd go with this model personally.
VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2/Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002) [link]
Get two of these bad boys. It's the second iteration, and they got everything right. And the price is hard to argue with. I've got one first gen and a second gen on my desk (4 monitors total).
Your back/neck will thank you.
VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2/Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)
Look under your monitor at your desk, how the top of your desk gets interrupted by your monitor stand? What if you didn't have to give that up? With a monitor arm, you raise up your monitors off your desk and get back almost your entire desk surface.
That might seem really insignificant, but I can't describe just how much larger my desk feels now that I am no longer giving up a huge section of the surface to my monitors.
I bought a gas spring one and this one. I should have only gotten the Vivo in the first place, the mobility of the gas spring is lost on me as I never need to reposition my monitors.
VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2/Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002) [link].
I had this one before I went to triple 27s. Worked great and holds up to 2x 27" monitors
I was going to set them both up with this so I can free up desk room and have them parallel to one another. It fits upto 27" and since they're both 24", I'm optimistic it'll work!
This dual mount is ~$30. The desk picture seems to show it'll have room for the bottom plate of the desk clamp to slip in. This mount doesn't have cable management built in, but the cable box is right there and some velcro ties will hide black cables pretty well. Also, price.
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I definitely won't be planning on playing games on both monitors, but I think ideally I'd like to use a dual monitor stand (like this one). Furthermore, the reason I went with the same exact monitor for the secondary monitor is for consistency (they both look the exact same and are the exact same size, and will line up perfectly with each other).
dual monitor mount from my last monitors, so i took one side off and just mounted it with the arm completely extended to the left.
Yea. Sadly I started getting into the same indecision pit as the desk so I went ahead and got the first thing that looked like it would work. I was concerned the fully articulating ones would wobble more and didn't want to sink the cost into something that frustrated me.
It's a cheap mount on amazon that I picked up a while ago.
Actually planning to upgrade to a more adjustable dual arm mount but not until after I've gotten a better set of monitors.
I have one of these. 30$ is cheap for a monitor stand. If these are Vesa compatible, it makes fitting dual monitors on a desk like that super easy and clean.
This one from amazon. It sags a little bit with my 27" monitors and doesn't stay in place very well
Current setup is not bad! Could clean it up a bit though. Get a cable box for the cable clutter under the desk. Also I would mount your monitors on a dual desk mount like this not to expensive and it would free up some space on your desk so it wouldn't look so crowded.
Whats your opinion of the VIVO 2 arm mount from Amazon? Wanting to declutter my desk again after getting rid of my old 5 monitor setup many years ago.
I have this one: Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" ~ (by VIVO) [link]
It's really heavy duty. The problem is that the displays will droop over time because they are so heavy. I had to fiddle with mine every few months.
Super sturdy, I have had this for almost a year with no problems. [link]
That is what I have. Easy installation and good quality
Ordered this a few years ago for use when I had 2x 22" monitors, but they accommodated my 27" monitors just as well.
It's pretty straightforward, not too much freedom of movement but it works fine for me.
Feels well-made, has an understated appearance, decent price. Only complaints are that there's no independent vertical adjustment for the monitors and the cable clips are a bit small and flimsy.
I personally have a two monitor mount for ~$40 that also holds my 24" monitors great, I honestly love the thing. It's all metal, very sturdy, doesn't damage your desk, and very moveable/adjustable: here
My reply to another post. $40 dual monitor stand. Get a monitor at an open box/clearance deal from a retailor.
Hell go to a community center and see if they have a monitor laying around. I started out with most of my shit donated.
>Space was also an issue with my girlfriends desk.
>I picked up this 27" dual monitor stand off of amazon last year and it worked out amazingly.
>You need to make sure your desk has an open back or lip on the side to mount on. She has a 22" vertically and 27" wide. A steal for $40.
Using this! It uses a C-clamp to attach to the desk, it's cheap but really sturdy, no complaints here!
I have this monitor mount, so I don't think i need a good stand. the quality of the screen is the most important.
Would you say that the difference between the Acer and the Asus is the stand only?
Dual Mount desk attachment.
I have this screen and a 23" in portrait mode. The mount is pretty solid. It is much better than the mount the screen comes with.
Others have mentioned that you have to take the bezel apart to VESA mount this, so just be aware and careful when you do.
Hey, I have two monitors and I'm on the fence on buying a third or just buying a dual monitor desk mount. Does anyone have any ideas of decent mounts? I've been eyeing this but I'd rather have someone's opinion first. Both my monitors are 23.6" if that matters.
Any recommended dual monitor stands with independent heigh adjustment?
I have a dual monitor stand who he'd worked great when I was using two identical 22in monitors. Upgraded one of them to 27" and unfortunately they do not line up well. Guess that shouldn't be much of a surprise.
Was wondering if anyone could recommend a dual monitor stand with independent height adjustments... or if anyone has attempted to fabricate a height adjustment adapter for vesa mounts. Basically would just be a plate with slots or appropriate hole offsets to reach desired height. Might be a fun project.
Just bought two 144hz 27 inch monitors on a whim. I decided its time to get a mount as well. Does quality mater that much? Will this $35 amazon mount work fine or is there a better one I should buy?
Dell ultrasharp U2515 ( landscape), Dell 2340L (portrait). The 2340L is not VESA ready so I got a VESA adapter from amazon for it. The stand is the VIVO stand
I suppose that would work. In my setup it was literally just the monitor laying down on the shelf though.
You could try getting something like this (this is a dual monitor mount though). Mount the monitor to it upside down, then attach it to the headboard of his bed? I don't think the clamp would be very stable at that angle though.
I'm ordered the Human Centric VESA adapter from Amazon and just using a cheap VIVO dual monitor arm. (This one [link])
Arm is stable, although shaking the table does transmit the vibration to the monitor arm.
I have this one. It's stable enough and you may want to shop around for different stands similar to it a bit, but whatever you do, get a desk mounted stand. It saves sooooo much space on your desk.
I just picked this one up 2 days ago and love it so far. Just make sure your desk can accommodate either the size of the C clamp or has a grommet to mount it on
I'm using this one for 2 Asus 23" monitors, not the same model. It is pretty solid, got it installed in 10 minutes, clamps onto my desk. The adjustments on the arm aren't great, but I tightened them in place once I got the monitors how I want.
Thanks! Yeah I figured lol.
I got this from Amazon. I was really iffy because it was so cheap compared to other monitor mounts but it's super sturdy and really happy with it.
I did get some strips of MDF and got it sandwiched between the clamps and my desk to distribute the pressure. I read about nightmare stories of the mount punching through the desk.
I used this when I had a dual monitor setup and had 0 issues with it. Not sure if this is the type of thing you had in mind or not. I pretty much have the same thing now but with 4 monitors and a quad arm setup still works flawlessly.
Depending on your budget, dual desk mounts are pretty cheap and take a couple minutes to setup.
We have about 10 of these now, all of them work great and we have never had an issue. BUT sometimes they use a different screw or a different handle but nothing to weird and for the money its a great price.
I think my stand was a different brand than this, but they're all basically the same. In the picture I just don't have the second arm mounted and the stand is off to the left side of the monitor.
I also see some cheaper ones that look to be the same thing but with only 1 arm.
It's a dual arm stand, using only one of the arms.
Basically this one, except a different brand
link below. I love the stand. A lot of adjustment options and very sturdy w/o drilling holes
VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002) [link]
I'm going with a dual arm setup and I'm hoping for less clutter without the bases and by using the built in cable management. I just ordered one of these from Amazon, it is the #1 best seller in the category of Monitor Arms so I'll see soon enough.
I like it ! I love the fact that your desk has a hole for outing cables, I know the samsung monitors you have and they definitely have large bases, If they are vesa mountable I would recommend getting some kind of dual monitor mount from VIVO. (link below) That will buy you back a large bit of desk space and will allow you to easily manage the two cables to each monitor. Love the setup, just a suggestion on how to make it even better in my opinion!
I mean you could stack them on top of each other or get one of those arm things and place them next to each other. [link]
This guy it's really affordable and I haven't had any problems with it so far. I've had it for a few months now.
I went cheap and bought this one.
I have and 29" 21:9 and a 24" 16:9 in portrait. They will both fit in landscape; but, because of the way the arms are it won't come forward as much from the mounting point.
Any monitor will do, just will need a mount that supports the movement. This is the one I have, the leg is hidden behind my speaker in the pic.
What are the best options for multi-monitor VESA mounts?
I have 2 27" monitors, not the same models, I'm thinking about mounting side by side.
Because they're different models, I want to make sure I can adjust the height relative to the other. The best-selling cheap ones on Amazon, such as this one,
don't look like they would be easy to adjust height independently.
I am currently using this monitor mount:
I "reinforced" my desk by adding a 5th leg in the middle. My desk feels quite sturdy.
Hey there! Just purchased my first mount on a whim and found this Vivo mount to be a great side by side desk mount option. It's a budget mount but the setup and stability are great! I plan to mount 2 27in displays side by side, hope it helps! VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27" [link]
I'm looking into getting a VESA monitor arm like this one for a Dell S2716DG + 1 more similarly-sized monitor, each ~10 lbs. I also have an Ikea Linnmon desk--can anyone comment on the stability of the arm mount? I'm worried that either the clamp won't hold up, or the desk itself well get damaged and the entire setup goes tits up.
Anyone have good suggestions for 27" Monitors? In the market for a new primary monitor and hoping to snag something during black friday sales.
Ideally something I could mount on this frame (want to reclaim desk-space eaten up by monitor stands)
Honestly the most important criteria is response time. I play a decent amount of fighting games so that's where my priority is.
I used Vivo's dual monitor mount. It's cheap and super easy to install! I moved one link from the right arm to the left to better support the main monitor.
This one but only one arm.
Its been doing fantastic so far. I had the mount on another desk that didnt have a proper lip, and it was a huge pain in the ass.
So far on the textured linnmon, it hasnt moved, slipped, or been unsafe at all.
This is the mount I use: [link]
For the dual monitors I highly recommend getting something like this. It saves a lot of deskspace.
Not sure about preferred orientation, but I bought this for my AW and an older 23" I think I have. I still need to setup, but should have that done within a few days or so. Will report back if I remember. It doesn't seem like a lot of monitor stands have any real issues holding a lot of perceived weight that the AW would have.