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Dual Arm Monitor Bracket M&W £16.54 Delivered using code (New customer) @ Roov
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Dual Arm Monitor Bracket M&W £16.54 Delivered using code (New customer) @ Roov

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Posted 7th Apr

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Good price at the moment for a dual arm bracket. Perfect for multi monitor setups, and a great way of clearing desk space, and an overall cleaner look for your setup.

Use the code ROOV20 at checkout

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Our double arm monitor bracket is the ideal solution for your office, home or studio. Holding 2 monitors at any angle makes your working environment a comfortable and enjoyable space. Using 2 monitors has a huge increase in your productivity and efficiency. Our bracket provides the perfect solution to having a comfortable viewing position for both monitors. The included cable management hides any unwanted cables or wires leading from the monitors, making the stand sleek and minimalist, creating more space on your desk. We've included all the fixings you need and easy to follow manual to make installation of the double monitor bracket simple and easy. All necessary tools and hardware is included in the box.

  • Material: Cold Steel
  • Bracket pole size:45cm
  • Tilt: 180° (±90°)
  • Rotate: 360° (±180°)
  • Swivel: 180° (±90°)
  • VESA: 75×75/100×100mm
  • Suit for screen size: 13-27"
  • Max Load: 9kg per arm
  • Arm Extension: 38.5cm per arm
  • Height: 45cm
  • Table Thickness: 10cm
  • English Manual: Yes
  • Cable management including Yes
  • All fixings include
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Can you adjust the height up and down too??
Must remember to read full description before ordering.......
Not big enough for my twin 32 inch monitors.....
Had to cancel the order.....
Thanks, just what I've been looking for
Tez4u2nv07/04/2020 13:23

Can you adjust the height up and down too??


  • Question
Can you move the monitors vircually to adjust the height of them?
Answer:
yes
Yes the two brackets can be oved up and down but not independently
Yes, they slide up and down main support. Monitor has lots of adjustable points.
Up and down the vertical pole is an option but best to get the height right before you put the heavy monitors on.
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Edited by: "scotbruce" 7th Apr
slider07/04/2020 14:50

Must remember to read full description before ordering.......Not big …Must remember to read full description before ordering.......Not big enough for my twin 32 inch monitors.....Had to cancel the order.....


Monitor, you mean TV's!
What maximum size of monitors will it hold?
Did somebody say "Cold Steel"?
40343852-uMDM1.jpgThey don't like it!
I managed to get free next day delivery too! Might be because I'm a new customer but it saved another £2.95 bringing it down to £13.59. Bargain. Thank you op

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lewish08/04/2020 07:51

I managed to get free next day delivery too! Might be because I'm a new …I managed to get free next day delivery too! Might be because I'm a new customer but it saved another £2.95 bringing it down to £13.59. Bargain. Thank you op[Image]


I got the same offer! Free next day delivery! That is great!
Tez4u2nv07/04/2020 13:23

Can you adjust the height up and down too??


Just move your head?
Got similar previously from deal posted from Shop4World. Highly recommend make a lot more desk space.
Free delivery too, get in
Great Product, I ordered myself and pretty good with 2x 24", but de screws are terrrible.
Ordered thanks, an addition to that is the Quidco cashback offer of 12.8% which is being tracked at £2.19.
Thanks for this. Had the homcom one in amazon basket. Went for this instead 👌
Bought. I don’t even own a pc or a monitor, let alone two monitors. HUKD in lockdown.
Nice deal, I went for the the single screen one came down to £11 with the code and free next day delivery!
Great deal, £13.59 with ROOV20 and free next day delivery!
Cheers. Have had two 21inch monitors since I made my office 4 years ago and the space the stands take up really gets on my nerves
I bought this last year - it's good. not perfect, it's not massively stable and even though my monitors weigh less than the designed max capacity, they do "droop" a little bit. Still, for £15 or so, bargain.
Does anyone know a cheap place to get these but wall mountable? I have mine on top of ikea malm drawers so I have nothing to clamp to as they have a backing on for the drawers, any help or advice would be appreciated thankyou
Jarrodrstrachan08/04/2020 10:38

I bought this last year - it's good. not perfect, it's not massively …I bought this last year - it's good. not perfect, it's not massively stable and even though my monitors weigh less than the designed max capacity, they do "droop" a little bit. Still, for £15 or so, bargain.


Is there one you'd recommend instead?
KG93_08/04/2020 10:44

Does anyone know a cheap place to get these but wall mountable? I have …Does anyone know a cheap place to get these but wall mountable? I have mine on top of ikea malm drawers so I have nothing to clamp to as they have a backing on for the drawers, any help or advice would be appreciated thankyou


Not sure about multi arms, but I'd imagine a smaller TV wall mount with he correct VESA sizing would be your best bet
Those lightweight and transparent monitors look cool. Very futuristic.
has anyone tried these with larger monitors? Just wondering if it is worth a punt.
Bought! Can anyone recommend a hub for mac that'll allow me to use two monitors? Once I've got that I can look at buying some monitors
arthurplank08/04/2020 07:49

Did somebody say "Cold Steel"?[Image] They don't like it!


Although I have watched many dad's army episodes, I had to ask my dad regarding this reference from corporal Jones
I have two 17" screens on this that I picked up for £5 each in perfect nic. I run a raspberry pi on each one as a display target and it works brilliantly. Its surprising how much extra desktop real estate you get doing this both in terms of physical desk and display space for the price...
lewish08/04/2020 07:51

I managed to get free next day delivery too! Might be because I'm a new …I managed to get free next day delivery too! Might be because I'm a new customer but it saved another £2.95 bringing it down to £13.59. Bargain. Thank you op[Image]


Same for me...heat added
Itsbedo08/04/2020 11:34

Bought! Can anyone recommend a hub for mac that'll allow me to use two …Bought! Can anyone recommend a hub for mac that'll allow me to use two monitors? Once I've got that I can look at buying some monitors



Which Mac?

Doesn't it already have dual output? MiniDisplayPort and HDMI?

I use Belkin or Elgato Thunderbolt Docks on mine.
SampleX08/04/2020 15:03

Which Mac?Doesn't it already have dual output? MiniDisplayPort and HDMI?I …Which Mac?Doesn't it already have dual output? MiniDisplayPort and HDMI?I use Belkin or Elgato Thunderbolt Docks on mine.


It's a mac pro, 4 lightning outputs, I've only ever hooked up one screen. Ideally I'll get a usb-c hub with dual HDMI, then I can use it on my Windows pc too (macs for work)
Itsbedo08/04/2020 15:07

It's a mac pro, 4 lightning outputs, I've only ever hooked up one screen. …It's a mac pro, 4 lightning outputs, I've only ever hooked up one screen. Ideally I'll get a usb-c hub with dual HDMI, then I can use it on my Windows pc too (macs for work)



Lightning?

You mean Thunderbolt?

I'm guessing from fleeting memory of the MacPro that as well as the Thunderbolts (which could be used for connecting Thunderbolt monitors (pricey IIRC), you'll almost certainly have at least dual output on your dedicated graphics hardware, I'm guessing 2 x HDMI or HDMI + DisplayPort - can't remember if they ever had DVI's on them, but principally you should be able to connect very good non-Thunderbolt displays straight up.

I'd move away rapidly from the idea of some kind of 'hub' to do anything 'cross platform.'

The kind of 'hubs' you see on Amazon for £35-65 where you plug a dongle into a USB C port have their uses, but I wouldn't want to depend on one. I'd rather think of 'display connectivity' entirely separate from USB hubbing and SD card slots and so on. If you're running MacPro you don't want to start compromising it in bottlenecks or depending on 'home consumer' hardware crammed into a tiny unit.

Thunderbolt Docks are a very good solution for adding ports to MacBooks, or giving yourself a desktop I/O solution without digging into the back of the MacPro every verse end, but they are an expensive 'convenience' on a monster of a machine that should have more ports and connectivity than you'll ever need.

I run MacBook Pro's in a 'desktop' mode which offers me Dual Screen output (although not for gaming, since the dedicated GPU is only going to handle that on one screen as far as I'm aware) - the MBP's are Thunderbolt 2 connected to Elgato Thunderbolt 2 docks and the docks have a HDMI on them and an extra Thunderbolt which IIRC can be used as a display port output through a an adapter. The MBP itself also has an HDMI additional to the Thunderbolt port, so I can dual-screen, which frankly I do very little of anyway.

I've used direct HDMI connections and Thunderbolt to Display Port/Mini Display Port on various displays that I've had.

I also have an Alienware 17 R4 which is capable of outputting to two screens (although the high end graphics only output to one of it's ports) and there are occasions when I want both machines running side by side, and some where I want dual screen on either machine.

Remember, you can buy displays which, quite simply, have more than one digital video input and thus you can simply switch sources with a button on the monitor. Some may have multiple HDMI. Some may have HDMI, DP/MDP, DVI. In general, all of those are going to do the same job broadly speaking, and all of them are 'interchangeable' using adapters or specifically wired digital video cabling.

You can quite happily have two displays, which in turn are each connected to more than one input source. If you've got the space and the keyboards and mice for each machine separately, that's a cheaper, more basic option that trying to drum up an expensive possibly overkill solution for KVM or 'hubbing.' Two independent computers with independent connections and independent inputs capable of outputting to one or both of a dual screen setup as you need - simple touch of a button.

Even if your chosen display is single HDMI, there are some cheap, decent HDMI switchers that provide an external solution for the display switching. If you're not needing enormously high-end solutions on either machine, it really isn't so hard to do this cheaply.

If you do need USB hubs, just get decent robustly powered ones for each machine. I use Sabrent switched 7 port hubs on each as a convenient desktop 'in and out' for USB's on the fly. If I'm out and about with the Alienware (which is no mean feat, it's a really enormous, heavy beast' and I need the extra ports or - more common - I just need to hook it into a workstation I have set up in a secondary office where displays and drives and network and SD cards just all plug in quickly with a one-cable solution then I use a pair of very reasonable, not too shabby VAVA brand USB-C 'all in one hub' devices from off Amazon, with the caveat that the Alienware only outputs from the discrete GPU - the 'basic' Intel graphic chipset via the USB C port. When I return home I connect back up with another of the USB-C 'hubs' but I also connect a dedicated MiniDisplayPort out which connects up the nVidia 1080 graphics chipset to an external display.

Hope that's the kind of thing you're asking about and that it gives you some ideas?
Tez4u2nv07/04/2020 13:23

Can you adjust the height up and down too??


Yes you can. I got one of this.
and only good for up to 24" or 27"
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not ideal for 28"
Good product, sturdy enough if you don't plan on ever moving the monitors up or down. If so, then pay £40 from amazon and get a dual gas lift arm, much more versatile.
lewish08/04/2020 07:51

I managed to get free next day delivery too! Might be because I'm a new …I managed to get free next day delivery too! Might be because I'm a new customer but it saved another £2.95 bringing it down to £13.59. Bargain. Thank you op[Image]


No longer an option...drat.
Got mine last year from shop4u or somewhere and they’re as food as gold. No issues at all holding my 2x22 inch monitors up
I have also have this from the previous offer and it's very good for the money, feels very solid, and the desk clamp is substantial and unlikely to break even quite a thin desk unless you have very heavy monitors. One tip: There is a nut on the top which secures down the slotted-in monitor brackets - one bracket on mine didn't slot in far enough down for the threaded bolt to "poke out" far enough, but I found you can actually unscrew the threaded bolt to poke out higher. This will definitely only make sense to somebody with the same problem!
Makes me want two monitors even more 👌
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