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Newegg has Rosewill Dual Arm Monitor Desk Mount (RMS-17001) for $24.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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This mount supports displays 13" - 32" (max load 17.6-lbs per arm) and is compatible w/ VESA 75x75 & 100x100. -johnny_miller

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Good price, thumb up.
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I have one it works fine. Ordered a second one. Smilie
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Does it provide a clamp mount option or does it require a hole in the desk?
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Does it provide a clamp mount option or does it require a hole in the desk?
It has a clamp mount.
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Should I get this Rosewill or https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monit...009S750LA/
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Should I get this Rosewill or https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monit...009S750LA/
Rosewill 17lbs, 32" max
Vivo 22lbs, 27" max
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I have a 32" HP Omen (W9S97AA) and am interested in mounting a 2nd monitor in a vertical fashion; would this arm work for that setup? I don't see how it could move up and down on this mount, so I'm thinking it would be dependent on where the VESA mount points are on my monitor to deliver the proper height.... Any input from someone who has done this kind of setup?
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Should I get this Rosewill or https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Monit...009S750LA/
Vivo isn't a great brand to trust. I read a review of someone putting 2x monitor and it was under the weight limit and it was tilting after a week or a month bc it was giving to the weight. Vivo is also a rebrand from other companies. One I got for 50$ single arm that works great and Vivo copied it exactly for like 17$. So they cut corners and/or lie about the weight limit. I personally wouldn't trust Vivo. I'd go 5 pounds less than what Vivo has advertised. Considering a 32 inch monitor would definitely weigh more than a 27 inch but Rosewill which is a more reputable company probably wouldn't exaggerate on the weight.
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I ended returned this one since I found a different one that can tilt vertically. This one is good if you only need horizontal adjustment
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Rosewill 17lbs, 32" max
Vivo 22lbs, 27" max
I have the Vivo ones for almost a year had no problems. Have 2 acer 24" hanging. Know someone mentioned about weight and sag but have not seen any of that. I move the monitors to different positions a few times a week with no issues one. I even mounted some powered speakers on one monitor since built-in are terrible. I was worried about the clamp design being easy to knock over or slip but it has held steady.
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I have a 32" HP Omen (W9S97AA) and am interested in mounting a 2nd monitor in a vertical fashion; would this arm work for that setup? I don't see how it could move up and down on this mount, so I'm thinking it would be dependent on where the VESA mount points are on my monitor to deliver the proper height.... Any input from someone who has done this kind of setup?
I have a very similar arm mount. If you place one monitor vertically and the other horizontally, because the arms are both connected at the hip, the vertical position of the monitors relative to each other will always stay the same, so if you wanted to move your vertical monitor up 2 inches, your other monitor would move up 2 inches as well. This means that if you want to move the monitors vertically at all, you need to dismount both monitors then move the arm up or down, then remount the monitors.
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...Rosewill which is a more reputable company...
Ehh.....Rosewill products are pretty uneven in terms of quality. I'm using a mechanical keyboard right now that's pretty great, but I've had plenty of their other products that felt like the cheapest of garbage (even FAR was overpaying).
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always wanted one of these to declutter my desk. thanks
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