Ergotech Triple Horizontal LCD Monitor Arm Desk Stand (100-D16-B03)

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Ergotech Triple Horizontal LCD Monitor Arm Desk Stand (100-D16-B03)

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  • VESA FDMI MIS-D 75, 100
  • Weight Capacity: 25lbs per piviot
  • Piviots 20 degrees up and 10 degrees down
  • Triple Desk Stand

Ergotech Group’s Triple Horizontal Desk Stand supports up to three monitors and is designed for quick setup and effortless adjustment. This desk stand comes preassembled and requires minimal setup allowing you to mount your displays in seconds. Our Triple Horizontal Desk Stand features; Tool-less design, patented Quick Release Pivots – supporting up to 25 lbs each, Cable management, 75mm and 100mm VESA compatible, legendary construction and industry leading LIFETIME warranty. This product is upgradable and can be fitted with vertical poles from 16 inch (Standard) to 28 inches (Optional) and quickly converts to a desk clamp, grommet, slat wall or direct mounting buy purchasing an upgrade kit.
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Ergotech Triple Horizontal LCD Monitor Arm Desk Stand (100-D16-B03)

Ergotech Triple Horizontal LCD Monitor Arm Desk Stand (100-D16-B03)

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3 thoughts on “Ergotech Triple Horizontal LCD Monitor Arm Desk Stand (100-D16-B03)

  1. 21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    One of the best for Eyefinity setups, March 11, 2010
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    MGIxian (Austin, TX United States) –

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    I have to disagree with some of the previous review. While I don’t deny that adjusting the height once monitors are mounted on it isn’t painless, due to the lack of any kind of supporting spring, I’m perfectly able to adjust it up and down while it’s in the vertical position. Probably depends on how heavy the monitors are – I’m using 3 23′ AOC’s that weigh about 11 pounds each. Yes, it’s not something you can easily do while sitting in front of it, but it’s hardly a major undertaking, and once you find the right height you can just leave it there.

    Things I like about this stand:

    Easy to put together.

    Very solid construction.

    Plain, no-nonsense approach to cable management – it’s very easy to make this thing look “neat” if you have long enough cables, some tie straps, and patience. Important only if it’s viewable from the back (and you care).

    Very “tweakable” – probably the best feature of this stand.The height, obviously, is fixed for all monitors but just about every other angle can be tweaked and adjusted on a per-monitor basis. Having used another triple stand before sending it back (for lacking this) I’ve come to really appreciate this part. It’s very easy to get just the right angle, which if you’ve never used triple LCD’s before is pretty important.

    And finally, it frees up a ton of space (well, all triple mounts do) on my desk. It’s hard to appreciate it until you actually see it happen.

    Things I don’t like:

    A spring loaded height adjustment would be a very good “nice to have”.

    It is heavy, almost to the point of overkill. I suppose if you hung the maximum of 75 total pounds of monitors off it it’d be handy, but who’s going to put LCD’s that heavy (and therefore, old) on a $300 stand?

    It’s kind of plain looking, blends in with dark environments maybe but Apple-like-decor it ain’t.

    And finally, it’s worst feature – the base is huge. Huge. If you have a desk that isn’t very deep be prepared to have this take up an awful lot of space. Mine is pretty deep and has room behind it so I was able to put the back to the very edge but I could see how “shallow” desks would have a real problem with this thing.

    Overall, if you are looking for three monitors to do a little Eyefinity triple-head gaming this is the stand for you – if you have the room on your desk, that is (ironically enough, since one of the byproducts of this thing is it frees up room too).

    I am using it with 3 23′ widescreen monitors but it looks like it would fit even 24’s as long as the bezels weren’t too thick. That alone makes this a rarity in triple-mount stands, most of which top out at 20 or 21′.

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  2. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fits 24″ monitors just fine, January 11, 2011
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    I have 3 Dell 24″ U2410 monitors (14 lbs each) hanging on this stand. No problem at all. There is even enough room to tilt the arms in so that the monitors form a concave arc.

    PROS

    Each monitor can be tilted forward/backward and side to side to some degree – but it takes some effort and it’s not something you’re going to want to do a lot once you have the monitors facing where you want them.

    Solid stable quality construction – the parts are very nicely machined with good fit and finish. Even when I had attached only the center and the left monitor, the thing didn’t tilt and keel over to the left

    Height adjustment – but like with the tilt adjustment, it’s not something you’re going to want to do a lot once you have the monitors set at the height you want. Especially if your monitors are heavy.

    Left and right arms swing far back and forward – in theory up to 90 degrees so that they’re perpendicular to the fixed center cross arm, but in practice limited depending upon how big/thick your monitors are. I get about 30 degrees of forward swing on the arms with my 24″ monitors, which allows me to form an arc that is just right for me (I sit about 4 feet away from my monitors).

    Cable management system is crude but effective – it consists of simple plastic clipons that you clip onto the unused spaces on the arms. They allow me to eliminate all cables from immediate view.

    No drilling through your desk, no clamping onto the sides of the desk – this is precisely why I picked this stand, rather than going with monitor arms. I would’ve preferred the on-the-fly adjustability of monitor arms but after realizing I really don’t move my monitors around, I concluded the stand would be more space efficient.

    Frees up lots of desk space. My Dell monitors came with very nice stands that allowed easy on-the-fly height and tilt adjustment. But they ate up a lot of desk space. This stand gives up on-the-fly adjustability in exchange for desk space.

    Pretty quick and easy assembly. Can be done by 1 person, though 2 makes it easier.

    CONS

    Extremely heavy – about 27 lbs. It almost feels like overkill. But in my view, a small price to pay for solid stability.

    Huge base, big footprint – takes up slightly more area than a 17″ laptop. But it’s only about a 1/3″ in height so it’s pretty flat and a small price to pay for high stability. Most of the base protrudes from the post towards the front.

    Limited adjustability – height and tilt adjustment requires some oomph and definitely require standing up and putting your two hands and back into it. You probably need two people for height adjustment if you want to do it without removing your monitors.

    CONCLUSION

    I don’t think this monitor stand is for everyone. But if you’ve got 24″ monitors like I do, there aren’t a lot of options. Monitor arms that are bolt-through or clamp onto your desk clearly offer far superior on-the-fly adjustability of your monitors. If you’re willing to put holes in your desk or clamp them onto the sides, go for it. But for those of you who aren’t flipping from landscape to portrait or moving your monitors around, you should consider a stand. As far as stands go, I think this one really does the job at a good price.

    I knock off a star because of the limited adjustability (which isn’t really an issue for me, but might be for you). Otherwise, I’m very pleased with this purchase.

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  3. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing stand – Will Fit 3x 25″ LCDs, December 22, 2011
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    This stand is simply amazing.
    High-quality/Sturdy construction, plenty of adjustments, takes up minimal space.

    I am currently running 3x ASUS VE258Q 25″ LCDs for eyefinity.
    Even with the 25″ LCDs, I still am able to get plenty of angle out of the side LCDs.
    I’m now pretty confident you could fit 27″ LCDs, assuming a thin bezel, though you might not be able to angle the outers much.

    Despite the above LCDs, the stand is rock solid stable and gives me much more room for my keyboard, mouse, etc…
    Some reviewers were complaining about the large base, but it is so thin that I don’t see that as very relevant. In my situation, I simply put my keyboard on top of the base and all is well.

    If your considering a 3x stand, don’t hesitate, very well worth it.

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