Ergotron first to launch new fingertip height-adjustable multi-monitor desk stands

Ergotron introduces the new LX Dual and Triple Display Lift Stands, the first multi-monitor desk stands on the market to provide in-tandem fingertip height and tilt adjustability.

The LX Dual and Triple Display Lift Stands easily mount respectively two and three displays on a single base, while providing 13 cm of smooth height adjustability and 20 degree forward/back tilt capability. Powered by patented CF lift and pivot motion technology the stands provide effortless height adjustment along the whole range without the need to use knobs or levers to secure the displays at the right height. Each display can also be rotated 90 degrees, supporting full portrait/landscape applications such as digital video and photography editing, desktop graphics and design generation.

As LCD monitor prices have fallen, many companies are deploying multi-display desktop configurations across the enterprise, which studies show can help companies streamline their work processes, while increasing productivity and accuracy of individual employees up to 30%. With several documents open at one time theres no need to toggle between them and multi tasking becomes a reality with the LX Dual and Triple Stands.

These stands not only mount, but allow users to easily move their displays and monitors to enhance their computing productivity and viewing experience. The LX Dual and Triple Stand enable displays to be positioned for maximum ergonomic comfort in any computing environment that involves document revisions and comparisons. From banks, medical offices or graphic design studios to law firms, security installations or corporate offices.

The LX Dual and Triple Display Lift Stands establish a new benchmark for multi-monitor functionality, accuracy and comfort in the workplace. 

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