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6 monitor deskstand

Hi there,

i would like to know what are good 6 monitor desk stands, i have 22" widescreens and like to add another 3.

something like this is what i`m looking for:
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If you have a 6 screen stand please let me know what brand it is and if its great or not!


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Ryan,

Your link goes to the futures.io (formerly BMT) homepage. But anyway go to www.ergotron.com

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I own this quad monitor version:

Quad Monitor Stand. Hold 4 LCD Monitors. Desk Clamp

It is incredibly inexpensive, but I felt the quality was great, I would most certainly buy again. They have a six monitor version for $99.

EDIT: the six monitor version only goes to 21" monitors it seems
EDIT 2: this one holds six 26" monitors http://www.tykesupply.com/Products_Super_Hex_Monitor_Stand.html
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I own this quad monitor version:

Quad Monitor Stand. Hold 4 LCD Monitors. Desk Clamp

It is incredibly inexpensive, but I felt the quality was great, I would most certainly buy again. They have a six monitor version for $99.

EDIT: the six monitor version only goes to 21" monitors it seems
EDIT 2: this one holds six 26" monitors Super Hex Monitor Stand
Mike

Seems like a good deal, is the top bracket removeable so you could use it to hold only 2 monitors now then add more later? Thanks.

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Seems like a good deal, is the top bracket removeable so you could use it to hold only 2 monitors now then add more later? Thanks.

Mine was, yes.

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@ Mike

can you change the angle of the monitors separately? (love to sit in a sort of cockpit of monitors)

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I agree with Mike, these monitor stands are rugged, quality, and affordable. On the website they have photos and videos of the variety of stands that will meet your needs. Ask for Stacy if you have any questions, she's friendly and very helpful.


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can you change the angle of the monitors separately? (love to sit in a sort of cockpit of monitors)

Yes, you can on mine.

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I have the same ones from Tyke Supply, and they are some of the best and cheapest priced I have used over the years.

I have the quad display ones, holding 4 monitors, on my left, and 4 on my right. And then a Dual stand, holding my iMAC and a 23" over top of it, and it works great. I like how they pivot and adjust any way you dream up, and they are rugged and sturdy, I have steered many traders to these stands, and they all like them..

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I have the same ones from Tyke Supply, and they are some of the best and cheapest priced I have used over the years.

I have the quad display ones, holding 4 monitors, on my left, and 4 on my right. And then a Dual stand, holding my iMAC and a 23" over top of it, and it works great. I like how they pivot and adjust any way you dream up, and they are rugged and sturdy, I have steered many traders to these stands, and they all like them..


Wow, you trade with 9 monitors?!!! I feel inadequate, I only use 1 chart on my 17" laptop I have another monitor, but I turn it off during active trading, or I will find myself, distracted with doing other things life surfing, or tweaking code, etc. Can the human mind assimilate that much information, and be able to make quick instant decisions? As a scalper, taking on average 15-20 trades a day, that much information would fry my brain... or I would be watching 17 videos on youtube at once, haha

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