Humanscale M8 Dual Monitor Arms offer a high-performance design. This LCD arm offers an internal counterbalance that adjusts quickly and easily, providing the right amount of support for different monitor weights. Using this setup, dual monitors are supported with a crossbar option so their height and depth adjust together. For a single monitor solution, see the Humanscale M8 Monitor Arm that supports up to 40 pounds.
|Depth adjustment range||22"|
|Height adjustment range||11.5"|
|Weight range||8-20 lbs a monitor|
|VESA plates||75mm and 100mm
(larger plates are available)
|Warranty||10-year, 24/7 warranty|
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Humanscale offers the M8 monitor arm in three finishes. Finishes may have different lead times.
Choose one of the three mounting options for the M8 LCD arm.
If you're mounting a heavy Mac monitor on the Humanscale M8, Humanscale recommends adding this optional ball joint replacement for Mac monitors, which will keep heavier Apple monitors from tilting down. Please note: Because this is not a ball joint, this part does not allow tilting at the end joint. Mac monitors also require an Apple proprietary product called a VESA Mount Adapter Kit to work with any monitor arm. The Apple VESA adapter kit is only available for purchase from Apple.
Brand X Design & Construction
M8 dual monitor arm
June 20, 2013
On the plus side, this beats having two separate monitors sitting on the desk top hands down. The arm is a little stiffer to operate than I would like, the pivots on the arm are just not smooth. Perhaps disassembling and using some teflon tool lubricant would do the trick, but that's more effort for something that shouldn't be an issue. My biggest complaint is that the two monitors, which I have keystoned, do not easily stay aligned with each other when I move the arm from one position to another. I have a sitting and treadmill position on this desk, and getting everything set just right takes far more effort than is should. There should be some mechanism to bind the two monitors together, like velcro strips with pressure sensitive adhesive. I consider this aspect a significant design flaw.
The Humanscale M8 Monitor Arm offers 90° of horizontal and vertical adjustment added to 360 degrees of rotation at the M8 monitor arm base, so users have an extremely wide range of adjustment in every imaginable direction. Additionally, by surpassing the industry standard and upgrading to the internal spring mechanism - Humanscale yet again steps forward as the industry leader in innovation and sustainability.