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    Monoprice Hex (6) Monitor Free Standing Desk Mount for 15~30in Monitors
    Product # 15709
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    Model 15709
    Type Hex Monitor Free Standing Desk Mount
    Number of Supported Displays 6
    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

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    What are the dimensions on the base plate as well as the length of the arms and the overall height of the unit?
    A shopper on Dec 2, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: The base plate is an irregular shape but it would fit a 23.8 x 14.5 inch area. Each arm is around 30 inches long. Height is 29.5 inches.
    what is the weight of the monitor stand without monitors on it?
    A shopper on Feb 8, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The weight of the monitor stand will be 30.54 lbs without the monitors attached.
    Can the side arms be swung forward when a monitor is mounted in the center? It appears that the arms would hit the center monitor.
    A shopper on Apr 4, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: With Dell 24" monitors installed and no space between bezels, I have mine set with approximately 20 degrees of angle. You can easily move the outside monitors out farther and get more angle. the picture in the description with the arms forward is easily achievable with my 24's and the outside mounts have an additional 5" they can still move.
    Are the top and bottom rows fully height adjustable? For Example, can I move the rows down so I can place the bottom row of monitors near the desk top and then move the top row to touch the bottom row? I would be using 24" dell monitors.
    Debbie B on Oct 30, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, the top and bottom row can be moved up and down several inches.
    Do it can manage on the bottom row 2 monitor 34" Curved UltraWide with 3 27" on the top row ?
    New User U on May 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The angle for the two outside monitors is not enough for me with 24" monitors. I have to sit 4 feet away from the center monitor for the outside monitors to be centered toward my head. right now they are centered at my shoulders when I sit 2 1/2 feet away. If there was a some type of way to bump the outside monitors out somehow with some type of spacer...perhaps an inch?, the desired angle could be achieved. For the price its a great deal, I just need to get those monitors angled in a bit more.
    I only want a 5 monitor setup. 3 on top and two on the bottom. The two on bottom would be center and to my right. All three woukd be used at the top. Can I remove the bottom left arm? Thank you
    A shopper on May 26, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: The arms are linked, but I would recommend placing one monitor on the right arm, and one on the left. Depending on the size, it may work out nicely. I personally have 3 19" monitors on the lower arms, and 2 27" monitors on the top arms, and it works pretty well.
    4.6 / 5.0
    8 Reviews
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    6 monitor unit does the job
    If you ever had an experience with multiple monitor systems, the first thing you will notice is how light weight the unit is compared to some of the others. It's not a bad thing (sort of) but the installer has to mount the center monitors first to assure that it doesn't tip left or right. Next, the footprint of the base is HUGE. A full 2' wide should be allowed on your desk. Then the bottom row of monitors will be about 7" off the desk in height. So if you value your desk space, put the monitor stand on another riser to get it up maybe another 6" so you have a 1' underneath for all the goodies on your desk. The jury is still out on their monitor brackets that you'll be using to mount those 1080i guys you cherish. They have a hook system that rests the monitor in place while you screw the bottom 2 holes of the VESA mount...then you screw the top hooked screws into the top holes. Now, let it be known that I have to rearrange my monitors...so the aforementioned system isn't bad...it will make my job easier. Overall the system seems thin in the wight department which kind of scares me, but so far after a week it's ok. The cable management of the monitor arms should be adequate for your wiring needs, it was with mine. Actually they were surprisingly good because I haven't seen this on other units. Lastly, the vertical adjustment of the arms. You must use both locking rings per arm. Its a tad scary as one locking ring is used to hold the arm up while you tighten it down the other with the supplied wrench that takes forever and many many turns to get it just right. Overall not a bad unit, just be aware of these few things I mentioned.
    July 8, 2016
    Rock solid stand
    This stand worked out perfectly. I attached 6 UHD 27" monitors to this beast and it is truely solid. It is sitting on top of a sit/stand desk and during movement is solid as a rock.
    I ended up mounting a 7 outliet power strip to the poll with zip-ties which worked out perfectly for the power needed for 6 monitors.
    Would definitely recommend this stand to anyone interested in this much desktop real estate!
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    August 19, 2018
    3 months ago
    The monitors were a bit frustrating to mount and adjust but after that the stand works great.
    October 11, 2017
    1 year ago
    Great Option
    Not sure how it could be more versatile, stable and simple at the same time. Good buy!
    February 10, 2018
    9 months ago
    Exceeded Expectations
    6 monitor mounts are not cheap and the prices vary by large amounts. Once I received all my monitors, it was a simple process to install all the monitors and get them set up as I wanted. I would highly recommend. The only complaint would not be about the product, but with the pictures. The base of this thing takes up a lot of real estate and the picture doesn't do it justice.
    June 29, 2018
    5 months ago
    Great investment, works great and looks good doing it.
    I bought this for my new home office. I have my personal computer with 3 19" monitors and my work laptop with 2 27" monitors. I put the 3 on bottom and the 2 27" ones on top.

    Not only does this hold them perfectly, but it is VERY solid. This mount is easy to setup. Comes with plenty of hardware and not only does it's job well, but looks good while doing it.
    January 31, 2018
    10 months ago
    Does the job!
    Setting this up can be a little tricky when hanging the side monitors. I recommend a counterweight or something heavy to place on the base while assembling. Getting everything just right is also tedious, so plan to be making adjustments to fasteners for a while.

    This thing has a wingspan wider than I do. To put that into perspective imagine a 4 armed 6' 2" guy standing behind your desk doing his best Vitruvian. And then hang monitors on him.

    I have all 6 mounts in use, the bottom row being 3x 28" MP 4Ks, the upper row a mix of older LCDs, 2x 1200p 24" and a 22" 1080p in the center. It could clearly handle 6 of the MP 28" displays with a little bit of wiggle room, but with that said, getting 4k@60hz to all of them is tricky with cable lengths over 6' only allowing for 4K@30hz.

    Overall, I'm happy with the setup.
    April 15, 2017
    1 year ago
    It does the job
    This is the first one I've used.
    I was surprised at how sturdy it is since it cost so much less than others. It went together easily and it supports the 6 24" monitors easily.
    The only thing I could wish for would be a joint in the middle of the arms. Getting the monitors to wrap around the viewer would be easier that way. As it is, the monitors don't wrap around quite as much as I would like, but then that's me.
    If you want a flat display of six monitors this is great.
    March 20, 2018
    8 months ago