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Workstream by Monoprice Sit-Stand Dual-Motor Height Adjustable Table Desk Frame, Electric, Black
Workstream by Monoprice Sit-Stand Workstation Table or Desk Converter, with Edge Clamp Mount
Workstream by Monoprice Triple Monitor Gas Spring Mount for up to 32" Screens, Locking Center Mount
|Type||Triple Monitor Free Standing Desk Mount|
|Number of Supported Displays||Two (2) or Three (3)|
|Minimum VESA||75 x 75|
|Maximum VESA||100 x 100|
|Weight Capacity (per Display)||22 lbs. (10kg)|
|Min. Recommended Display Size||15 inches|
|Max. Recommended Display Size||30 inches|
|Tilt Range||±12 degrees|
|Swivel Range||±60 degrees|
|Rotation Range||360 degrees|
|Construction||High-Grade Aluminum and Steel|
- User's Manual (Aug 12, 2015)
Questions and Answers
- The overall length from tip to tip is 60"
- The closest that the center of the monitor can get to the end is 1 1/4", meaning that the center of the left monitor to the center of the right monitor is 57 1/2"
- The distance between pivot points for the arms is 3 1/8"
PROS: Solid construction. Flexible. Worked very well with the suite of monitors that I had on hand. (My third monitor was a different brand and slightly smaller...and it all works!)
CONS: Three, 30" monitors is probably a stretch.
Stay away if you don't have three matching monitors. The middle monitor cannot be adjusted in almost any way. I needed to have this one sit lower then the other two and this is impossible.
Because the stand is so heavy it is both solid, and incredibly expensive to return if you don't want it. Think twice before purchasing, because if you decide to return it you will probably end up spending $40+ on return shipping.
If you have matching monitors, that you only plan to use horizontally, and you want no customization, then this is the stand for you!
Fairly inflexible for setup.
Portrait mode is a joke
Vertical adjustment per monitor impossible
PROS: Robust. Handles Large Monitors. Easy to Assemble. Includes lots of tools and even a pair of white gloves (they don't make assembly easier).
CONS: None yet. Possibly slippage on the main post, but shouldn't be an issuer with lighter modern monitors.
1 year ago
PROS: Price and ease of set up.
CONS: Smaller hex tool so you can do a 360 rotation to tighten the screws on the bracket.
Unfortunately had problems right out of the gate with trying to mount the middle monitor in portrait. The monitor did not want to stay vertically in portrait mode because it wasn't balanced. So I took some of the stand mount apart and tightened the bolt slightly to try to get enough friction to hold it vertically. Using a 10" socket wrench handle I snapped the bolt that holds the center monitor mount in place. Luckily I had the means to remove the snapped shaft of the bolt. If the rotation mounts had 90 degree detents this would have been avoided.
Had the same problem with the left monitor, so I cooked up a solution of mounting steel bars I got at Home Depot across the VESA mount points to keep the monitors aligned. This ended up looking fine, but was a little more work than I bargained for. I drilled holes at the right spacing for each bar to run one bar across the four top VESA holes and the other across all four bottom VESA holes.
I wish that the middle monitor stuck out more from the back post so that the arms could articulate toward me more without hitting the left and right sides of the center monitor.
Another issue is that even if you tighten the bolts that control swivel (left/right of each monitor) and tilt (up/down) as much as you can tighten them, they still will move on you. I had to use pliers on the handwheel bolts to get enough grip to tighten them to where they wouldn't swivel unintentionally. This is because each contact point is lined with a plastic washer that doesn't provide quite enough friction to hold the monitors in position.
If you're looking for a 3-monitor landscape setup, this will work fine. But if you're doing something unique like portrait mode or are using monitors 27"+ you may need to find a creative solution if you get this stand.
PROS: Doesn't require base to be clamped, large sturdy base, nice appearance and cable management
CONS: No practical height adjustment. All adjustments for tilt/swivel/rotate are based on how tight the bolt is screwed in using plastic washers. It's quite difficult to get the monitors where you want them and keeping them there. The middle monitor is mounted to the back pole, so with larger monitors, the left and right arms can't articulate enough toward you so that all the monitors line up and are pointed at you.
Overall, this stand actually blows my old SIIG out of the water. Since I'm using three identical monitors, I was able to get them lined up pretty easily. Once thing I'd like to see is some sort of depth adjustment on the center monitor. Since I'm using this with three 27" screens, I can't really get a good angle on the two side monitors. The arms that hold the wing monitors hit the center monitor, so the angle between the center and the sides isn't very much.
I use this for a gaming rig, primarily iRacing, so that's why I'd like a little more angle on the side monitors. Then again, I have 6 linear feet of screen, so my peripheral vision is pretty full, but I'd still like more angle.
PROS: Large enough for my three 27" monitors
Doesn't need to be clamped to the desk
Lots of adjustability at the VESA mounts
CONS: Main post not very tall
No depth adjustment for center monitor
Wing arms not articulated
It is sturdy.
PROS: Sturdy. Can fit up to 27" monitor sizes.
CONS: Allen key tightening is a bit awkward.
1 year ago