Your screen adjustments matters. Help prevent neck and eye strain by selecting a monitor stand to maintain a monitor height that fits your personal comfort or choose a monitor arm for more flexibility in screen positioning.
Set the top of the monitor frame at eyebrow level
The monitor should be about an arm’s length away, or approximately 20″ to 35″ away
If using a dual monitor arm, the monitors should be next to each other and angled in a slight outward “V” shape. This positioning helps prevent eye strain and neck strain
It is important that the monitor workplace is adjusted optimally to prevent any complaints or injuries. Studies show that poor workstation ergonomics increase the risk of musculoskeletal problems and symptoms. Individuals who use computers for extended periods of time may experience discomfort or pain as a result of poor posture, improper adjustment or use of workstation components or other factors. In most cases, there are relatively simple and inexpensive corrective measures which can be employed to reduce the likelihood of discomfort or injury.
The fluid, dynamic movement of our screen adjustments lets you adjust the position of one screen or multiples with minimum effort and maximum precision—then keep the screen exactly where you need it without taking the time to tighten it. Patented technology gives you a large range of motion offering the perfect position to support everyone’s eyes. Check out our range of screen adjustments below.
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