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Monitor Arms - Humanscale - Facility Management Product Release


Monitor Arms: Humanscale

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The M2.1, M8.1 and M10 monitor arms accommodate changes in how we work with technology today. An essential tool for smart offices, monitor arms promote healthier postures for computer users, helping to reduce neck and eye strain, while increasing usable desk surface and eliminating clutter.

M2.1, M8.1 and M10 meet a variety of configuration needs, from traditional desks to sit/stand workstations, and offer the ability to customize the arm style to suit any application. A weight-compensating spring technology ensures simple, fluid range of motion. The line can support monitors up to 48 pounds. The monitor arms also utilize a precision-bearing technology that provides effortless depth adjustment, a critical ergonomic factor that affects eye muscle fatigue. Smart Stop technology provides the ability to stop the arm and monitor anywhere along its rotation to protect equipment and employees, and to prevent monitor or arm overhang on desk edges. An improved accessories bracket offers additional utility capabilities such as a document or headphone holder; and brackets for single monitors now include a handle for adjustment with just one hand.

All Humanscale monitor arms offer a full cable management solution. By integrating M/Connect, Humanscale’s USB docking station, into the base of the arm, users can connect their laptops to their monitors and other devices while eliminating all cables from the desktop via Split Dock technology.


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posted: 1/29/2019