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Monitor Mount - Chief Manufacturing - Facility Management Product Release
The KGL220 dual monitor mount with laptop tray provides an ergonomic solution for turning an ordinary desktop into a highly efficient dual monitor workstation. The KGL220 allows the user to utilize a laptop as a primary or secondary mounting screen, providing ergonomic viewing height and pivot/swing capability to create a work area that moves with the user. Independent height adjustment on two extension arms provides maximum flexibility so you can view screens side-by-side or at two completely independent heights.
The laptop tray features a 14 inch-deep tray with adjustable width from 10 inches to 16 inches to accommodate most laptops. Neoprene adhesive padding, a front edge lip and 1-inch adjustable side tabs provide maximum stability and accessibility to the laptop. The laptop accessory also features 8 inches of height adjustment. Product is available in silver or black.
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