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Range of Evo monitor arms available from Uplifting Solutions

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lcdmonitorarms has released an expanded range of award winning Evo monitor arms.

Evo arms suspend LCD monitors above the desk, where they can be instantly repositioned with one hand for comfortable viewing. Evos save space and allow users to work ergonomically by placing monitors exactly where they are needed.

Now available in Australia in its entirety for the first time, the Evo range includes the Evo 5545 office monitor arm, the Evo 5501 laptop arm, and the Evo 5645 extended reach arm for healthcare applications.

Height extenders, reach adjusters and flexible mounting options make the Evo monitor mounting range the most versatile on the Australian market.

The Evo is available in silver grey, gloss black or pearl white; it may also be supplied in a wide range of other colours.

Arms can extend up to 40cm in length and 30cm in height, and support monitors up to 10 kg in weight. This caters for the majority of currently available 17 inch - 23 inch flat screen monitors.

Other arms available from lcdmonitorarms support monitors up to 30kg in weight.

The Evo range has received prestigious design awards including:

  • European 2006 Red Dot design award
  • Industrie Forum Hannover award
  • NeoCon Best of Show
  • US Business Week magazine’s Best Product Design of The Year and
  • US Interior Design magazine Best of Year Merit Award

Each Evo is VESA-monitor compatible, feature cable management to reduce desktop clutter, and includes different mounting options, including desk clamp, thru-desk and wall mounting.

Evo is manufactured by Innovative Office Products in Pennsylvania USA. Customers include the New York Stock Exchange, IBM, Lockheed Martin and NASA.

Innovative Office Products range is exclusively distributed in Australia and New Zealand by lcdmonitorarms, a division of Uplifting Solutions.

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