EVO LCD Arm by Innovative Office Products

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07/06/2011

EVO LCD Arm by Innovative Office Products

Grand Prize Computer Solutions

 

A simple push with fingertips repositions a monitor mounted on the EVO LCD Arm. The sleek monitor mount uses Better Balance, a new counterbalance mechanism, to provide true constant force and eliminate the need for joint friction to support monitors from 6-20 pounds. The arm offers advanced cable management, and the included mount can be configured for desk edge clamping, grommet clamping, or through-desk bolting. EVO is 99% recyclable and made from 37% recycled content.

EVO LCD Arm by Innovative Office Products.
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