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TRIPP LITE Dual LCD Display Desk Mount Swivel Tilt for 13 to 27-

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Tripp Lite’s VESA-compliant DDR1327SDFC Flex Arm Dual Desk Clamp frees up valuable space in your workstation. The unique flexible design offers an exceptional range of motion. Increase workday productivity with flexible arms that allow monitors to be placed back to back for use by more than one person. You can bring the screen closer with you need or move out of the way when you don't and space between the monitors is also fully adjustable. It features convenient one-touch display adjustment with tilt, swivel and rotation capabilities and fits most 13- to 27-inch flat-panel displays. Its durable, all-metal frame with scratch-resistant, powder-coat finish withstands the stress of repeated use and blends easily into any décor. It comes with all necessary mounting hardware, and each mount supports weights of up to 22 lbs. For peace of mind, the DDR1327SDFC comes backed by a 5-year warranty.

"b" Key Features "ul" "li" Tripp Lite’s VESA-compliant DDR1327SDFC Flex Arm Dual Flat-Screen Desk Clamp frees up valuable space in your workstation and increases workday productivity with flexible arms that allow monitors to be placed back to back for use by more than one person. "li" Unique flexible design offers an exceptional range of motion "li" Convenient one-touch display adjustment with tilt, swivel and rotation capabilities and fits most 13- to 27-inch flat-panel displays "li" Durable, all-metal frame with scratch-resistant, powder-coat finish withstands the stress of repeated use and blends easily into any décor "li" Includes all necessary mounting hardware, and each mount supports weights of up to 22 lbs "li" 5-year warranty

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TRIPP LITE Dual LCD Display Desk Mount Swivel Tilt for 13 to 27-

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