Ergonomically Correct The PopUp monitor arm provides a full range of motion and precise positioning to ensure proper ergonomics to maximize comfort and minimize eye, neck and back strain. Imagine how your productivity will skyrocket when you can instantly adjust your monitor to the most comfortable position for sitting or standing. With a touch of your finger, you can move your monitor up or down a full 14 to switch from sitting to standing. Use the premium Quick Adjust lever to get another 12 of vertical range. A full 360 motion lets you switch from landscape to portrait orientation. 90 Tilt means you can point your monitor at the ceiling or floor, and 180 Swivel means you will always face your monitor head-on, even with 2 screens. You can adjust the top of your monitor from 12 up to 39 above your desk (for a 12 high monitor), so even if you are 6 4 you can stand and view your screen comfortably.
Expandable Add a second screen, mount to a wall, add an extension arm whenever you need it. Look for Home Concept PopUp Series for compatible parts.
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There are a lot of monitor mounts out there, but nearly all of them have a very limited height adjustment range and are not suitable for switching between sitting and standing. As I already have an adjustable keyboard tray built into my desk, I needed a monitor arm that would effortlessly allow me to adjust my monitor between sitting and standing heights. This is it! It's made of high-quality materials and is very sturdy. I have it clamped to the side of my desk. I also like the adjustable tension on each of the degrees of freedom.
The cable management system is really just some plastic clips; I ended up just using velcro zip ties.