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Four Best Monitor Mounts

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We’ve screened your monitor mount nominations and come up with the four pack leaders. Now it’s time to find a winner. Read up and vote.

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Ergotron LX Dual and Single Mounts

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It’s hands down the best monitor arm I’ve used. You can easily move the monitors around if you want to try out a new layout or distance, rotate the monitors if you want to swap between portrait and landscape. I use them at home, I use them at the office. They’re well worth the money. - matthewdtwo

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Halter Dual LCD Monitor Stand

I use this at work. Good build quality, solid, lots of adjustment options, and cheap. Gets the job done without breaking the bank. - Cixelsyd

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UPLIFT Monitor Arm

The UPLIFT Monitor Arms offer some serious bang for their buck. $109 gets you a height-adjustable counterbalanced arm with a huge reach you can adjust by just grabbing the display, and an easily installed clamp mount. Rock solid construction as well. There’s also a dual version for slightly more ($159). - thsjb

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Monoprice 3-Way Desk Mount Bracket

The Monoprice 3way adjustable monitor stand. I had been looking for a monitor stand that ran under 100 bucks. This one fit the bill, and I think I paid a similar price to what it is now. Its not the prettiest, but it gets the job done and its not hard on the pocket book. - Julio Libre

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