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Victor Technology High Rise Dual Monitor Sit-Stand Desk Converter #DC350
Victor Technology High Rise Dual Monitor Stand


 
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Product Code: DC350

Description
 
Victor Technology High Rise Dual Monitor Sit-Stand Desk Converter #DC350. The dual monitor sit-stand desk converter transforms any sit down desk into a sitting or standing desk. The DC350 dual monitor desk converter is a simple solution to a common workplace problem: too much sitting. Studies show that sitting for prolonged periods of time is detrimental to your health. Sleek wood construction and a durable laminate coating provide years of use with a modern style. The 28” wide by 23” deep surface is raised up to 15.5” for ergonomic placement of laptop computer, keyboard, mouse, or papers while standing. Requires no clamping or attaching to the desk, making it damage and worry free. Gas strut design allows for an adjustable desk height with the twist of a knob. Computer monitor holders are also height-adjustable. The DC350 dual monitor standing desk allows for two screens with a maximum width of 25.5” each. Requires monitor with a VESA mount.
Features
  • Ergonomic Design - Transforms any sit down desk into a sit OR stand-up desk
  • Dual Monitor Capability - Mounting bracket can hold up to two 25.5" wide monitors or a single monitor located in the middle of the bracket
  • Large Work Surface - Easily place your keyboard, mouse, phone and accessories all on one surface
  • Gas Strut Design - Easily raise or lower both the desk surface and computer monitor independently with the help of gas struts
  • Sturdy Construction - Made from wood and durable laminate coating to provide years of use
  • Adjustable Monitor - The tilt and swivel monitor arm allows custom placement
  • Practical Design - Lower the work surface flush with your desk to easily work when seated
  • Steel Base - Heavy steel base prevents tipping

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