My hubsand upgrade his Garmin GPS and I interhited his old one. I needed a dash mount and this was exactly what I was looking for. It is sturdy and soft enough on the edges to pick up and hide on the floor when the car is parked. The only drawback to a dash-sitting mount is that if you turn quickly, it slides and can slide right off to the floor. It is NOT for attaching to the dash, simply for sitting. It is weighed enough to stay where it's placed (until a quick turn().
This mount is great. The mount keeps the GPS in place. I have no more slipping off the dash. A great product. If you have a GPS, you need one of these.
I have had the older Ergotron single monitor arms, but this one does not have a locking system to hold a monitor in place. It uses a spring-loaded mechanism to counter the weight of the monitors. Since I was using 2 Dell 2007FP's with 1600 x 1200 resolution - these are apparently too heavy for such a mechanism without a hard locking system, so beware. I managed to support the arms by using hose clamps over rubber tubing to solve the problem - unsightly, but it works!
The arm fit perfectly. I mounted the post portion on the desk and then mounted two 24 inch monitors on the arms. It took a bit of work balancing everything but when they slipped together, they worked right away. A quick adjustment of the monitors and I have a pair of matching monitors.
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