Mount four monitors to your desk to maximize productivity and save space
Mount four monitors (2x2) off of your desk or table surface to free up space
Solid steel construction holds monitors securely and level, with no sag
Each arm supports a 13” to 27” (330 to 686 mm) monitor weighing up to 17.6 lb. (8 kg)
Micro adjustment of monitors for level viewing
Full 360° rotation for portrait or landscape orientation
Swivels and tilts +30° to -30° to adjust your viewing angle
Desk clamp and grommet mount with cable-management clips
Enhance your productivity while saving space
Create the ultimate workstation by mounting four monitors on one base
that attaches securely to your desk, table or other surface. You can
view multiple screens at the same time to work more efficiently while
freeing up space.
The quad-monitor arm offers enhanced productivity in numerous office
and commercial applications, such as banking and finance, letting you
compare documents and analyze data more effectively. It’s also ideal for
software developers, programmers, CAD designers, and many other
professionals. You can also create engaging digital signage displays to
communicate with your clients or employees.
Rugged Steel Design
With its heavy-duty solid steel construction, the quad-monitor
mount securely holds your monitors and helps to ensure long-lasting
performance. Each monitor arm supports a flat-panel display from 13” to
27” (330 to 686 mm) in size and up to 17.6 lb. (8 kg) in weight.
Adjust your monitors for ideal viewing
You can adjust the position and angle of your monitors for
comfortable viewing, with +30° to -30° swivel and tilt. The quad-monitor
mount enables smooth and effortless tilting, which makes it easy to
reduce glare and find the ideal viewing angle. For precise alignment,
the monitor arm offers micro adjustments that enable you to perfectly
line up your displays.
Mount four monitors to enhance data analysis in commercial environments such as banking and finance, and control centers
Increase productivity, ideal for software developers, programmers and CAD designers