Innovative Introduces the 7500-Wing Dual-Monitor Mount

Posted on April 29, 2008 by Innovative Office Products, LLC

Innovative Office Products, Inc. (www.lcdarms.com), a pioneer in designing and manufacturing ergonomic mounting solutions for LCD monitors and keyboards, has introduced the 7500-Wing dual-monitor mount, a flexible mounting arm that floats two flat panel monitors above a desk for easy, ergonomically sound positioning.

The 7500-Wing (www.lcdarms.com/products/LCD_Radial_Arms/7500-Wing.html) offers dynamic height adjustment, effortless 360-degree rotation on three axes, and portrait/landscape rotation so users can quickly and easily adjust monitor height and position. Monitors are fixed in a side-by-side configuration, allowing movement of both simultaneously.

The 7500-Wing is an excellent solution for the increasing number of people who use dual monitors,” said Bud Oddsen, president of Innovative Office Products.  “This sturdy, flexible mounting solution liberates lost desk space and provides ergonomic benefit and superior functionality.”

The 7500-Wing has 18 inches of vertical range, 28 inches of horizontal range and incorporates cable management, so cables can be threaded through the arm, keeping workspace clean and organized.

Compatible with all VESA standard monitors, the 7500-Wing also comes with Innovative’s patented Flexmountä system, which allows the user to reconfigure the mount for six different types of mounting—desk clamp, through-desk bolt, wall mount, reverse wall, side built and grommet hole.

About Innovative Office Products, Inc.

Innovative Office Products, Inc. is an Easton, Pa., manufacturer that designs and builds an industry-leading product line of mounting solutions for computer monitors and keyboards. Founded in 1986, the company produces innovative products and custom-designed solutions that serve the needs of such prominent customers as the New York Stock Exchange, IBM, Lockheed Martin and NASA. Among many design awards received by the company is the 2006 red dot design award, and a silver medal by Business Week magazine’s Best Product Designs Of The Year for 2002.
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