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Computer Peripherals LX Dual SIDE-BY-SIDE Arm

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Product Reviews

Computer Peripherals LX Dual SIDE-BY-SIDE Arm
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 9.14/10
With 7 User Reviews

Review Date: 01/07/13
Cons: None to report.

Pros: Shipped ground and arrived within 3 days.Easy to install, excellent cable management and functionality for ergonomics.
I would recommend this purchase to others.

Review Date: 10/22/11
Cons: Depending on taste and personal requirements, monitors may be too low. Screws for VESA mounting not fitting properly, may have to use other screws to mount arm to monitor

Pros: Sturdy, easy to install and set up.
I really love this set-up. For me, it sets both my 24" Samsung monitors at just the right height. Documentation was skimpy, just a single page of graphics that were something of an un-intuitave chore to decipher. Adjusting height and width of the monitor spacing was smooth and easy, both of the extensible arms seemed to have just the correct amount of tension in them, so the monitors have never sagged or tipped in the 5 months I've had the unit.I would certainly recommend tis unit if you need to raise 2 monitors off your desk. Easy to set up and a joy to use....set them and forget 'em...

Review Date: 06/09/11
Cons: none

Pros: Can easily support 2 (modern)24 inch LED backlit monitors. Has lots of adjustment options. Nice solid feel, good quality construction.
I really like the adjust ability of this arm, its better than any other I have used before. I put off purchasing my 4th monitor until I had this installed, because I couldn't afford to give up more space on my desk.Unlike what Kevin_J has stated, the arm does adjust vertically from 0 inches to approx 7.5 inches from underside monitor to desktop. If more height is desired, the main stem could be replaced with a longer piece of steel tubing, though that may void the warranty.

Review Date: 02/17/11
Cons: Limited vertical movement with larger monitors.

Pros: Works as advertised. Very high quality. Excellent cable management. Very flexible positioning with little effort and no locks/adjustments to mess with. Worked out of the box with my 23" and 22" LCD monitors without having to adjust weight tensioning.
Before getting down to details, it's worth noting that you will probably under estimate the length of cables you need with these arms. To be safe, you need about 39" or one metre of cable from the monitor to the top of your desk. The 10' cables I just ordered are now suddenly looking awfully short for my setup. You don't NOT want cables stretched tight. Give a slight amount of slack at each of the joints in the arm and your cables should work for you for years of service.Next, be sure your desk is up to the job. Give careful consideration to where you place the arm. Remember that while the monitor is placing downward force on the front edge of the base, it's trying to lift at the back. Plan this very carefully, especially if your desk is 3/4" melamine which is so popular from office supply companies. Your monitor is likely at least 15 lbs. That doesn't seem like much, but try holding a full pail of water with your arm straight out. That's 10 lbs. You now have some small appreciation for how 30 lbs of monitors is stressing your desk.Actually the vertical range of motion is 13", but with a 23" monitor with even a narrow bezel, 5.5" of that range is below the surface of the desk. Unless you're planning to have the monitor swung past the edge of your desk, this isn't terribly practical. (Maybe if you want to show the monitor to a child or show your dog a movie... but I digress.) With both my Acer 22" and my ASUS 23 inch monitors, I can manage a maximum 8" clearance below the bottom edge of the monitor. If you want to measure this in a monitor-independent way, the bottom VESA mount screw will be at most about 12.5" from the surface of your desk. So you can measure the distance from there to the bottom of your monitor and figure out how much actual clearance you will have. Although this is about where I'd put the monitor to position it for the perfect height for my desk and office chair, I would think that a taller person might find this quite limiting.The most obvious hack that I can see to fix this problem would be to (modestly) extend the length of the vertical pipe which comes out of the base. This pipe appears to be a 4" length of standard 1.5" OD pipe which is threaded at either end. I don't know if the thread is the same as that used in plumbing, but I'm guessing it is finer. There is already a lot of torque on the stand when you fully extend the monitors in the same direction, so if you attempt this modification, do so with moderation and extreme caution.Another possible solution would be to purchase two LX extension arms (MSL $35 ea). These are listed as not compatible with the Dual LX, but from what I can tell, they are exactly the same product as the base arms that ship with the Dual LX. This gives you approximately another 3" of vertical clearance, but also extends the monitor an additional 9" from the base, which of course adds to the torque and would further restrict the maximum weight the Dual LX could handle per arm. If your monitors are 15 pounds each and your desk is really solid, you might get away with the added extension arms to sneak a bit more height. I would only attempt this if you're going to bolt the added base plate right through the desk and definitely not use the thumb screw clamp.Both of these hacks are probably a bad idea because of the amount of torque created with either modification.Notwithstanding the vertical adjustment issue, I will have to say these arms are very classy to look at, work exceptionally well and do absolutely everything that you'd expect two completely free floating monitors to be able to do so far as positioning. In fact, if you're looking for a challenge for your blog/website, dig out your copy of the Kama Sutra and take pictures of your monitors in every position.I have had these arms on my desk for only a few hours and already I can't imagine working without them. It is amazing how quickly that desktop space was reclaimed by the other inhabitants of my desktop.

Review Date: 01/03/11
Cons: None

Pros: - Durable, solid construction.- Excellent cable management.
It's been said before, but money well spent! Very solid construction and supports my 24" monitors with ease. It's so nice to be able to regain that lost desk space.Why can't other products have cable management as good as what these sport?

Review Date: 09/21/10
Cons: none

Pros: Great flexibilityglides well
Been using the unit for 2 months now, its strong enough to support my 2 24inch lcd`s without problems.Installation was easy, cable management is adequate and easy to use. once installed the monitors move nicely without too much vibration on the other screen.

Review Date: 05/30/10
Cons: doesn't lift monitors very high

Pros: very good qualityeasy to assemble
I bought this for my two Viewsonic 23 inch monitors, hoping to clear some room on my desk. The stand assembled easily, and worked horizontally fine with 2 x 23" monitors. The desk clamp was good and solid too, with a nice big handle. But...the main drawback (and the reason that I don't actually use it) is that the design of the arms provides only limited vertical height. The pictures of the hinges make it look like one joint of the arm could go vertical, but it certainly cannot. I could get about 4 to 6 inches clearance off my desk, when I wanted 10 or 12 to help put my monitors nearer to eyelevel height. Also the tension springs were weak for 23 inch monitors. I had to crank them up to their maximum strength so they wouldn't sag, and even then it was close. If you have smaller monitors, and don't mind the lack of height, this would be a good product for you.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

SpecificationsLCD Size: <= 24"

Weight Capacity: 40 lbs(18 kg)

Lift: 13"(33 cm)

Tilt: 85

Pan: 360

Rotation: 360 P/L

FeaturesPolished aluminum construction offers greater durability and enhanced aesthetics

Snap-fit cap secures interface of arms to extensions for greater stability

Weight Capacity: Individual monitor weight = 720 lbs (3.19.1 kg); maximum combined weight = 40 lbs (18.1 kg). Monitor depth may affect weight capacity.

Mounting Standards: VESA FDMI MIS-D, 100/75, C (hole pattern: 100 x 100 mm & 75 x 75 mm)

Desk clamp attaches to edge up to 2.6" (66 mm) thick; grommet mount attaches through hole 5/16" to 2" (751 mm) wide and up to 3" (80 mm) thick
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts3 years limited
Labor3 years limited

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