After looking around on the web for this Ergotech triple LCD stand, I decided to try OverStock.com site for the first time to see if they carried it. I found they have the best pricing with shipping from any other website around. I am using this stand with three Asus 27" monitors (VS278Q-P) and I love it. From all my searching you can't beat OverStock.com pricing for this Ergotech stand.
Good quality, solidly built. Surprisingly easy to install-- I did most of it alone, but did want an extra pair of hands when I was mounting the monitors, just in case. Some things that aren't obvious at a glance: - You don't get to choose the angle between your monitors (although there's an additional piece you can purchase that allows this). Monitor tilt (top/bottom) is marginally adjustable: there are two possible positions, I believe 3 degrees or 8 degrees, and you choose once, while installing the monitors. - The keyboard tray (which is tiny-- 14x9" with an additional 10x8 mouse tray-- so I bought the Ergotron Deep Keyboard Tray to go with this) may be set to one of two angles-- flat, or angled very slightly away from you. I would prefer more adjustability in this respect. - The height between the monitors and the keyboard is adjustable. You can do this once and then leave it as is when you go from sitting to standing, or you can adjust it separately every time. As other reviewers have stated, there's definitely some jiggle when you type. Not enough so it feels flimsy, just enough to be visible in the monitors. I worried about this, because I have poor vision and a tendency toward motion sickness (!), but it hasn't been a problem. Partly, I've learned to type a little more lightly. Partly I've just learned to live with it, and honestly I don't really notice it anymore. Didn't take long-- perhaps a day. Overall, I'm quite happy with the WorkFit-S. I think it offers a good balance of features and value. It gets quite a lot of attention at my workplace, and an awful lot of people who've seen it in action have walked away saying, "I want one of those!"
The stand is exactly what you need it to be. I have 3 27" Asus monitors on it, and I haven't had an issue. It is a stand, and it also has the option to have a bolt through the bottom of the stand to secure it to your desk (if you want to drill a hole through it). The cable management is sufficient, and end caps are provided. Overall, a very high quality stand. The only downside (which might just be a personal preference) is that the angle of the side monitors wasn't enough. What I had to do (and it works quite well, you just don't get a seamless transition), since each monitors can freely rotate/pivot, was tilt the monitors inwards more so that they were at a good viewing angle. This resulted in my having to put the monitors out on the edge of the arms in order to not cut off any screen space. But now that it's all set up, it's perfect.
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