The majority of monitors come with a traditional stand so you can place them side-by-side on your desk for a simple dual-monitor setup, but if you'd rather buy a monitor stand for your desk, there are basically two choices. what you will need to do:
- Do you want a dual monitor stand that sits on top of your desk, or one that you can mount to your desk with a clamp, or that can be mounted to a wall behind your desk?
- Do you want a stand with rigid arms that you can lock in place for consistent placement, or do you prefer a stand with gas spring arm spacers that make it easy to reposition your dual monitor setup?
Whichever way you lean for your new setup, one of these 5 monitor stands should work well for you.