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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2017, 04:37 
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According to the product page The stand will fit most monitors up to 27" (16:9). It will also fit a 34" 21:9 ultra-wide, flanked by a pair of 24" or 25" panels. My question is do the 24 and 25 inch panels go 90° so that they're like vertical? Because I'm trying to figure out how they look the same size even though that they're two different sizes and monitors. Does anyone have a picture of a 34 inch ultra wide with dual 24 inch monitors?

Thanks in Advance, AliceSML79


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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2017, 05:18 
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I dont have a picture to link you but the setup is all monitors in landscape, not turned 90.


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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2017, 06:28 
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Wouldn't the ultra would be taller than the 24 inches though? I think that would drive me crazy if they were all running 1440 P and one was bigger than the others.


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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2017, 13:13 
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The 25" panels are a bit shorter than a 34" ultrawide. You can see them in landscape configuration on this page. Check about half way down.

http://www.wsgf.org/article/review-lg-3 ... lay-page-2


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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2017, 17:39 
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Thank you so much. That looks like could be close enough that it wouldn't bother me too much. Would anyone have some recommendations on some panels.


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Hi

I'm looking to purchase a monitor stand but not entirely sure on which one is suitable. The configuration I'm looking at is a 34" Ultrawide on the bottom with a 27" above. So a 1 + 1 configuration?

I was looking at the store options and was wondering do I just go with the following:
- WSGF Mini Mega v2 Upgrade
- HD Adjustable Pivot

Or do I have to buy the whole kit:
- WSGF Ultimate Desk Stand v2

Any light on this would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: 23 May 2017, 03:41 
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Honestly, everything we have is overkill. The Mini Mega 2 upgrade is closest, but still more expensive due to the parts included (some of them custom).

What you really need is either one of the dual stands listed here, or the Quad stand (if you want the HD base). And then add the HD pivot. I tried going piece-part for you in their online accessory store for a dual setup with the HD base - but that would be more than just getting the Quad and dealing with the extra pieces.

http://shop.ergotechgroup.com/100-series-stands/

They don't offer the HD pivot in their online store. You might be able to call and get it, or you can buy one from me. I'd love to take your money, but it wouldn't be fair to you.


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Thanks skipclarke for the honest opinion and pointing me in the direction of options


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Don't mean to Hi-jack the thread, but I didn't want to create another thread to ask such a similar question..

I'm looking to arrange vertically like OP, a 34" (Dell u3417w and 27" (Asus rog p279q), but I'm looking to keep the 27" on the bottom. And additionally, I'd like to be able to freely move the 27" closer (for gaming). The 34" on top, I would like to angle downwards if possible.. The gap wont bother me, I don't think, but yea, any suggestions? Thanks!!


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PostPosted: 05 Jun 2017, 14:42 
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jayy wrote:
Don't mean to Hi-jack the thread, but I didn't want to create another thread to ask such a similar question..

I'm looking to arrange vertically like OP, a 34" (Dell u3417w and 27" (Asus rog p279q), but I'm looking to keep the 27" on the bottom. And additionally, I'd like to be able to freely move the 27" closer (for gaming). The 34" on top, I would like to angle downwards if possible.. The gap wont bother me, I don't think, but yea, any suggestions? Thanks!!


To have that in-out movement, you'd want something like the 200 series vertical mount arms. You'd need an HD pivot to account for the weight distribution of the 34" panel. This would be my best guess. Or maybe one a couple of monitor arms.

They have a lot of monitor arms to choose from. I have a 7Flex HD coming in. You could do the 7Flex single for the 27", and then the 7FlexHD for the 34". They offer a 6" riser to get the monitor higher as well. You could also wall mount them.

http://ergotechgroup.com/200-series-arms.html
http://ergotechgroup.com/7flex.html


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