Monitor arms and stands

By: Ergo2work  05/12/2011
Keywords: monitor

Using a Monitor-arm provides significantly more desk-space as their easy height adjustment allow a simple optimizised workstation. Monitor-arms allow the TFT/LCD monitor to be placed at exactly the correct position, and also allow the monitor to be used in either portrait or landscape mode. They can also incorporate anti-theft features, an important consideration for expensive TFT/LCD monitors. Further information on anti-theft devices can be found under the 'security' heading.

Mobile LCD/Plasma stands are mobile floor stands for LCD/Plasma flatscreens.

Perfect for exhibitions, presentation rooms, class rooms and hospital.

Keywords: monitor

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