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Silverstone ARM22SC

I thought it was gonna be much more expensive, but the price it great. I'm guessing this will be more useful in a workstation were multi monitors is a must and you need to be constantly moving them.

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WOW that's cheap for such a quality product!

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my one question that was not addresed in the B-roll footage is, is it possible for you to put one screen on top of the other. In the same way that levelcap has his screens setup in this vid

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Wow it's amazing and cheap  :D
Would be cool with my dual ASUS PA238Q!

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Is this the set Wendell uses?


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Is this the set Wendell uses?

no, wendell uses spaceco montior arms. They are super baller and super expensive.

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no, wendell uses spaceco montior arms. They are super baller and super expensive.

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no, wendell uses spaceco montior arms. They are super baller and super expensive.

Fixed that for you :P

 

Like twice the price of this one lol

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Monitor mounts/stands are very overpriced IMO.  One of the reasons is that the market is mostly businesses. 

 

I would like to see the cost of these units come down.  Many people can't justify a mult-monitor stand that cost more than a monitor/desk/chair.

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Fixed that for you :P

 

Like twice the price of this one lol

i priced it out for the kind of stands that i would need to create my perfect setup and it would have run me about $1500

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Monitor mounts/stands are very overpriced IMO.  One of the reasons is that the market is mostly businesses. 

 

I would like to see the cost of these units come down.  Many people can't justify a mult-monitor stand that cost more than a monitor/desk/chair.

evidently you have not seen the pricing on something like an ergotron. those things are bloody expensive compared to this silverstone unit. And think about it, this is for 2 montiors so you are only spending about $100 extra per screen to have a stand that does not suck balls

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i priced it out for the kind of stands that i would need to create my perfect setup and it would have run me about $1500

My head hurts.

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Love the look of that!
Great review, it's things like this that are often over looked by reviewers because I think they're seen as boring. However, they're needed, and it's great to see a review being done :)

 

 

.....I gotta admit I was super disappointed when I found out they're for 24's though.

Come on Silverstone, where's the 27" love.

 

 

Monitor mounts/stands are very overpriced IMO.  One of the reasons is that the market is mostly businesses. 

 

I would like to see the cost of these units come down.  Many people can't justify a mult-monitor stand that cost more than a monitor/desk/chair.

 

I'd say people that are shelling out the money for more than one monitor can justify it. I know I can, and would buy these in a heartbeat.

It's a pretty niche market.

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Love the look of that!

Great review, it's things like this that are often over looked by reviewers because I think they're seen as boring. However, they're needed, and it's great to see a review being done :)

 

 

.....I gotta admit I was super disappointed when I found out they're for 24's though.

Come on Silverstone, where's the 27" love.

 

 

 

I'd say people that are shelling out the money for more than one monitor can justify it. I know I can, and would buy these in a heartbeat.

It's a pretty niche market.

what is actually stopping you from putting a 27 on this thing, is it the spacing or the weight

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what is actually stopping you from putting a 27 on this thing, is it the spacing or the weight

 

To be honest I'm not sure. They're just recommended for 24" and under. I don't think it would be weight, they're rated for 22lbs per arm and a 27" head is only 12lbs.

I've emailed them for a little clarity. Even if I have to get 2 of the single monitor arms, it's something I'd invest in.

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evidently you have not seen the pricing on something like an ergotron. those things are bloody expensive compared to this silverstone unit. And think about it, this is for 2 montiors so you are only spending about $100 extra per screen to have a stand that does not suck balls

I have seen those stands, and it proves my point.  Those are way overpriced and offer crap features to boot.  The steel/engineering involved in many of these stands does not justify the price point.  Compare these to I dunno.... a comptuer case, in terms of material cost and engineering, and it becomes evident that people pay too much for these stands.

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To be honest I'm not sure. They're just recommended for 24" and under. I don't think it would be weight, they're rated for 22lbs per arm and a 27" head is only 12lbs.

I've emailed them for a little clarity. Even if I have to get 2 of the single monitor arms, it's something I'd invest in.

same here, i have a grand plan of having 5 screens, dual 27s on the top and triple 24s on the bottom. Something like this would be fantastic as it would save me from having to spend outragous amounts of money on arms or makeing something myself that cant be adjusted

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I have seen those stands, and it proves my point.  Those are way overpriced and offer crap features to boot.  The steel/engineering involved in many of these stands does not justify the price point.  Compare these to I dunno.... a comptuer case, in terms of material cost and engineering, and it becomes evident that people pay too much for these stands.

here in aus an equivalent dual screen ergotron is 370 vs 250, i think that is a pretty good deal. You have to remember that things like these have moving parts unlike computer cases and a much more complicated. You have to make sure that your product when fully loaded will not flex or become incapable of supporting the displays that are mounted on it.

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same here, i have a grand plan of having 5 screens, dual 27s on the top and triple 24s on the bottom. Something like this would be fantastic as it would save me from having to spend outragous amounts of money on arms or makeing something myself that cant be adjusted

 

I think you'd run out of clamping room! I'm almost tempted to replace my 2 27" idea with 3 24". It'd actually be cheaper.

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