Subject: Displays | May 22, 2018 - 02:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: monitor arm, echogear
An often neglected accessory for computers are monitor arms, which open up a large amount of space on your desk and allow you to switch from portrait to landscape and back quickly and easily. Not all arms are created equally and a poorly designed one can sour your experience and cause you to abandon them altogether. The Tech Report have just tested two models from Echogear, a single monitor stand as well as a dual monitor option. The mounting procedure is quite easy as well as adjusting their profile to fit your personal needs, the only area which was mentioned as less than ideal was the included cable management rings. Take a look at the full review to see if that is enough to sour your opinion or if these might be the accessories you are looking for.
"Once upon a time, I had a sweet monitor-arm setup that proved such a hassle that I eventually put my screens right back on their included stands. Now, I'm putting my screens back on EchoGear's single-screen and dual-screen monitor arms to see whether the company can change my mind."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- FreeSync 2 Explained @ TechSpot
- Philips 273V7QDAB @ Kitguru
- The Best Monitors 2018 @ TechSpot
- HUDWAY Cast Head-Up Display Review @ NikKTech