Our computer monitors should sit directly in front of us, at arms length and with the top of the screen level with our eyes. As this rarely occurs with the standard bases provided, monitor stands in Australia become the ideal solution. They are the most ergonomically efficient way of ensuring that the screen is always at the correct height and angle. They also help to free up desk space.Read More about Monitor Arms
Because we understand that a monitor sitting at the wrong height or angle can lead to neck and shoulder pain, we supply a range of single and double LED screen arms to help solve the problem. At Topaz, we deliver Australia wide to ensure that businesses throughout Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, Canberra and Hobart have access to ergonomic solutions.
We have a range of options to suit your needs. Whether you need a single wall mount or dual monitor arms, we’ve got you covered. How you install the arm is completely up to you, we have a range of mounting options to choose from. Our systems also integrate with a range of hardware, including laptop, phone and accessory trays.
Why should I use a monitor arm?
Still wondering why you should use a monitor mount? There are a number of reasons why this is so important.
Whilst a regular stand may offer a small amount of adjustment, a computer screen arm can offer a significantly larger height adjustment range. On top of this, it offers screen rotation, tilt, forward/backward and left/right movements. This allows you to move the screen to the perfect position for you.
Maximises desk space
By raising the monitor off the desktop, you’re actually increasing your workspace and you can also find that the office as a whole looks more professional and less cluttered. Raising the monitor can also make cleaning and dusting the desk easier and more effective.
As our computer arms are available with a range of mounting options, they can integrate with a wide variety of surfaces. Some of the options available include: c-clamp, bolt through, grommet mount and slat wall designs. If you were to get new desks, most arms should be supported.