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Dual monitor stand. 2 sizes ok?

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I've recently ordered a second monitor for my pc but my desk isn't big enough for both monitors because the stands that come prepacked with them make them stand a good 6 ins away from the wall. I was looking into a dual monitor stand (either fixed to the wall or the desk) but I'm worried because the main one I was is a BenQ 24" LED monitor, the other (same brand) is 21.5". I'm not sure if a dual monitor stand would take both because of the difference in size and (most likely) weight. I would like to know because it's either the dual monitor stand or a bigger desk.


Any advice would be much appreciated.



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assuming you get a dual monitor stand that is capable of holding two of the largest available monitors (i.e. one that could do 2 x 24" monitors) then it should be fine.

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just to mention that there is nothing stopping you using 2 single mounts for the monitors either as long as they can hold the weight. eg this one can support monitors upto 20kg :-  http://www.amazon.co...20811112&sr=1-4



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