Arctic Z2 Pro Dual Monitor Stand
Written by Michael Larabel in Monitors on 7 January 2015. Page 2 of 2. 4 Comments

Assembling the Z2 Pro was a satisfactory process but a bit more of a nuisance than setting up other monitor stands like the SilverStone ARM11SC or the many Tyke Supply monitor stands around the Phoronix office. The Arctic monitor arm had many more screws to deal with and was less streamlined than many of the other monitor arms I have dealt with over the year.

The build quality of the Z2 Pro was fine and when mounting a 22-inch Acer and 24-inch Acer LCD screen I had no concerns about the quality or that the stand would fail on the glass desk. Once assembled, adjusting the monitors was quite easy. The built-in USB 3.0 hub was convenient and a nice addition to better justify the price of the monitor stand.

Those interested in the Arctic Z2 Pro can find it for sale on Amazon.com for $95 USD.


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