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Yes, and I have the Executive 48 desk, so it isn't due to the size of your desk (see previous comment on smaller desk as potential cause for shaking). The monitors shaking when typing it's extremely annoying.
Matthuselah
· July 25, 2019
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When at its tallest the bottom of my monitor rises about 17 inches from the bottom of the monitor arms stand (I just measured it)- probably not high enough to stand, unless you are really short.
Ookie Lipz
· December 8, 2015
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Don’t know
Debra Hull
· July 2, 2020
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Depending on the monitors you "can"*swing both monitors 360 on the post and scoot one monitor up and over the other monitor (say you have one 4k monitor and a 1440p 144 hz monitor and like to game and edit content- like a youtuber. And want to switch you main monitor up on the fly- this arm "can"* do that.)
*if you… see more
Depending on the monitors you "can"*swing both monitors 360 on the post and scoot one monitor up and over the other monitor (say you have one 4k monitor and a 1440p 144 hz monitor and like to game and edit content- like a youtuber. And want to switch you main monitor up on the fly- this arm "can"* do that.)
*if you be mindful of your cables! And dont actualy ever swing one or both monitors fully extended facing backwards away from you as the clamp is 50% more likely to slip off your desk! see less
Depending on the monitors you "can"*swing both monitors 360 on the post and scoot one monitor up and over the other monitor (say you have one 4k monitor and a 1440p 144 hz monitor and like to game and edit content- like a youtuber. And want to switch you main monitor up on the fly- this arm "can"* do that.)
*if you be mindful of your cables! And dont actualy ever swing one or both monitors fully extended facing backwards away from you as the clamp is 50% more likely to slip off your desk!

Jim
· February 11, 2019
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Arms our fully adjustable. 360• I use this on the Varidesk and I can swing my 24" Monitors to the front end of the desk without any issues
Amazon Customer
· November 7, 2017
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29" max. You can easily move the monitors within 1' from your face. We have purchased numerous monitor arms (different brands) for our firm and the Varidesk, Monitor Arm, Full-Motion Spring Dual, Monitor Arm, is by far the best product. I have one at work and also bought one through Amazon Prime for use in my home … see more 29" max. You can easily move the monitors within 1' from your face. We have purchased numerous monitor arms (different brands) for our firm and the Varidesk, Monitor Arm, Full-Motion Spring Dual, Monitor Arm, is by far the best product. I have one at work and also bought one through Amazon Prime for use in my home office. Note that it is designed to be installed on a Varidesk standing desk. see less 29" max. You can easily move the monitors within 1' from your face. We have purchased numerous monitor arms (different brands) for our firm and the Varidesk, Monitor Arm, Full-Motion Spring Dual, Monitor Arm, is by far the best product. I have one at work and also bought one through Amazon Prime for use in my home office. Note that it is designed to be installed on a Varidesk standing desk.
GJ
· September 6, 2017
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If your monitors are less than 19.8lbs EACH and have compatible VESA(either 70mm or 100mm) mounts, then yes you should be able to mount them.
John R.
· September 22, 2017
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I have a 32 inch and a 21 inch monitor in mine. There's plenty a room to spread it apart that the 21 could be switched to another 32.
rgray
· September 14, 2017