Position Your Dual Monitors Ergonomically
If you've developed neck or shoulder pain from straining to view your computer screens, the Range Dual Monitor Arm is just the solution you're looking for. The Range enables you to set two monitors at the perfect position for your body and eyes (pdf), whether you're sitting or standing. Neck strain can be caused by monitors that are too far away, causing you to extend your neck forward to get your eyes closer to the monitor. So get those screens at fingertip reach distance away by eliminating the stand under your monitors and levitating them on these long reach arms.
Ergonomics tells us that your monitor screen should be located at an outreached fingertip arm's length away, with the top of your screen at eye level and tilted to minimize glare. This arm boasts a range of adjustments that enable you to properly position monitors from 4.5 lb to 17.5 lb—including 16.25" of vertical travel (4.75" to 21" above desk, measured from center of VESA mount).
And if you need to share some on-screen information with a coworker, the arm provides enough range of motion to quickly pull a screen into their field of view and tilt it left or right, as needed.