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Frys#9984366
Frys#9984366
Frys#9984366
Frys#9984366
Frys#9984366
Frys#9984366

Uncaged Ergonomics Computer Monitor Arm with two USB 3.0 Ports MM-b

Frys#: 9984366 Model: MM-b
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ADJUSTABLE LCD & COMPUTER MONITOR ARM W/ VESA MOUNT & USB PORTS
This ergonomic, adjustable LCD Monitor Arm is perfect for standing desk. The monitor arm has a universal VESA mount to hold most monitors. It is a completely adjustable computer monitor arm, letting you raise, swivel, tilt, pan monitors to the best viewing position. The best standing desk monitor arm lets you independently adjust the position of your computer monitor for optimal ergonomics.

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Detailed Description
(Manufacturer # MM-b )
Features
Perfectly Positions Monitors At The Optimal Viewing Angle:
  • EFFECTIVE Swivel, pan, tilt and raise monitors to a position that's right for you.
  • EASY INSTALLATION: Simple screw-clamp securely connects to your desk.
Your back, neck & shoulders will thank you.
Our monitor arm is designed for simplicity. It's fast to install and easy to use. The VESA mount holds most common monitors and the included quick-adjust tension spring fine-tunes the ease of adjustment to your liking.
  • HEIGHT RANGE: Arm articulates from desk level up to approx 18" (from desk to the mount).
  • TENSION KNOB: Easily adjust the spring tension to comfortably hold a variety of monitor weights.
  • SIMPLE: installation is quick and easy with all components supplied
Specifications
Max Height: ~ 18" from the desk to the center of the mount
Compatible Monitor Weight: 4.4-15.4 lbs
Compatible Monitor Size: 17 - 27 inches
Features: Adjustable tension knob to hold various weight monitors
Features: 3 USB Ports
Specifications
Purpose Everyday   
Screen Size 27  Inches
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Brand Uncaged Ergonomics
Condition New
UPC 712038309924
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