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# 165600 14-Feb-2015 19:31
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Where does one get these from and how much am I looking around in terms of price?  I had a wee look at Dell, might get another 24" Dell Ultrasharp but their arms are like in the hundreds area ....

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  # 1239084 14-Feb-2015 19:41
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do you want the arms to be independent? or both monitors to move together?

ergotron do a range of different ones avaliable through a few NZ retailers

we used the Neo-Flex® Dual LCD Lift Stand at work and don't have any issues with it. they are about $270







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  # 1239090 14-Feb-2015 19:59
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Thanks for that.  Preferably each to move independently.


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  # 1239091 14-Feb-2015 20:03
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few different options from ergotron, but there are also other brands.

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  # 1239093 14-Feb-2015 20:12
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I have one of these from OfficeMax, FWIW was on special for $99+gst, current price $109+

They suggest it is suitable for up to 23" monitors but I would imagine it could easily handle 24" its a fairly heft cast beast, fully adjustable with a clamp type arrangement to secure to desk

Brateck Dual Swivel LCD Desk Mount

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  # 1239143 14-Feb-2015 21:46
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