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SilverStone ARM11SC Arm One Monitor Mount

Michael Larabel

Published on 10 August 2013
Written by Michael Larabel
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While we commonly associate SilverStone with manufacturing high-end computer enclosures and power supplies, recently they began venturing into the production of monitor arms/stands. The SilverStone ARM11SC is a single-monitor aluminum alloy and steel monitor arm that offers plenty of functionality and is the subject of today's Phoronix review.

SilverStone recently just expanded into producing monitor mounts but already they have many different monitor arm products for a variety of single and dual monitor configurations. The ARM11SC, also known as "ARM One", is described by SilverStone as "to significantly raise the value and usability of your monitor. ARM11SC is constructed with robust aluminum alloy and steel. It includes VESA Mounting Interface Standard (MIS) which fits most monitors on the market. Hassle-free adjustments can be made for height and reach to provide various viewing angles for the monitor so your view will no longer be restricted to traditional positions."

Features:

- Smart torque spring ensures hassle-free adjustment
- Multiple adjustment including height and 90 degrees monitor rotation
- Aluminum construction
- Easy installation and cable management
- Meet VESA Mounting Interface Standard

The SST-ARM11SC is available in silver and black models with the silver ARM One being sent over to Phoronix as a review sample by SilverStone technology. This monitor arm supports 100 x 100 mm and 75 x 75 mm VESA monitor mounts. This arm supports 90 degree swiveling and +90 / -20 degree tilting with 360 degree rotation/pivoting. The SilverStone monitor arm is designed for monitors up to 24-inches in size. The weight of this monitor arm is 3.8 kilograms.

Shipped with the SilverStone ARM11SC are two extended arms plus all of the necessary hardware for mounting a VESA-compatible flat-panel display. The arms, table mount, and VESA mount were all top-quality, solid, and composed of aluminum/steel as we have become accustomed to seeing from SilverStone's high-end products. The finish on all the components is also very nice.

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