Monitor Arm tilts display up to 200 deg.

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LCD Arm lifts flat panel monitors off desktop. It extends 22 in. from where it is mounted and can be adjusted to counterbalance different weights of flat panel monitors ranging from 8-22 lb. With vertical travel range of 16 in. in height, arm adjusts at 3 joints and rotates 360°. It mounts by drilling through desktop or attaching with C-clamp to any shelf edge. Cables can be guided inside hidden trough leading down arm.



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LCD Arm Joins Anthro Family



Anthro Corporation, the Tualatin, Oregon based manufacturer of furniture for technology, adds the LCD Arm to its line of Monitor Arms. Anthro has a variety of arm choices for standard monitors, including the Monitor Mate, the Monitor Pedestal, and the GT Arm. The LCD Arm joins the family as a solution for the flat panel monitor.

The LCD Arm lifts flat panel monitors off the desktop, freeing space so professionals can spread their work out. Multiple users can position a flat panel monitor with the touch of a finger to fit their individual needs. The Arm extends 22" from where it's mounted and can be adjusted to counterbalance different weights of flat panel monitors ranging from 8 to 22 lbs. A complete list of compatible flat panels is found at www.anthro.com/lcd.asp.

With a vertical travel range of 16" in height and the ability to rotate 360 degrees, the LCD Arm provides flexibility. It adjusts at three joints, and tilts a display up to 200 degrees. It can be mounted two ways, either by drilling through the desktop and securing, or attaching with a C-clamp to any shelf edge.

This Arm has its own cable management. Cables can be guided inside a special hidden trough leading down the arm. The cables are hidden within the Arm to keep workspaces tidy and cables out of the way.

Anthro Corp. was founded in 1984 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Tektronix. Anthro became an independent company in April 1988. Anthro sells computer furniture direct to the business, engineering, medical, government, education and home markets.

From: Anthro Corporation
Web Site: www.anthro.com
Reply: mailto:jeannie@anthro.com
Telephone:1-800-325-3841

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