Tuesday, February 5th 2019

Arctic Introduces Gen 3 Monitor Arms, All New W1C Wall Mount

ARCTIC presents the latest edition of its popular Z and Z Pro monitor arm series while also introducing the all new W1C wall mount. All products are available now in stores and in the ARCTIC Webshop.

The new Gen 3 models of the monitor mounts - Z1 (Gen 3), Z2 (Gen 3), Z1 Pro (Gen 3), Z2 Pro (Gen 3) and Z3 Pro (Gen 3) - are characterized by maximum load capacity, endless flexibility, a simple mounting system and high-quality manufacturing. With a new matte black finish and reworked cable management, the Gen 3 monitor arms differ both visually and functionally from their predecessors. All Gen 3 models have an easily accessible USB hub with four ports and are suitable for both large screens and ultrawide monitors. Extensions are available for the Z Pro Gen 3 series, which allow users to mount one or two additional monitors on top. In addition, the Pro models come with a Micro-USB power supply.
With the new W1C wall mount, ARCTIC extends its portfolio of mounts with a portable and space-saving solution. The W1C is compatible with screens up to 43 "(49" Ultrawide Monitors) wide and weighing up to 18 kg. The monitor wall mount is equipped with a retractable folding arm, making it easy to adjust for optimal viewing from all angles.
Availability
All products will soon be available on Amazon and at the ARCTIC Webshop starting at a price of $34.99.
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7 Comments on Arctic Introduces Gen 3 Monitor Arms, All New W1C Wall Mount

#1
bug
These look like they could save some space on my desk. A bit pricey (they'll cost more than advertised over here), but at least they look like quality stands.

Edit: the max weight is cutting it close for 2 32" monitors...
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bug
simlariver said:
Why even have usb hub ?
In case the monitors don't? Though no USB-C is a bit hard to swallow.
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Tartaros
bug said:
These look like they could save some space on my desk. A bit pricey (they'll cost more than advertised over here), but at least they look like quality stands.
I have the 2 monitor arm previous revision with usb 2.0. It's really fine, I have two 24" monitors and have enough space for 27". The fact that you don't have to drill anything and can move it whenever you want is a plus, but be sure your desk is strong enough.
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bug
Tartaros said:
I have the 2 monitor arm previous revision with usb 2.0. It's really fine, I have two 24" monitors and have enough space for 27". The fact that you don't have to drill anything and can move it whenever you want is a plus, but be sure your desk is strong enough.
Yeah, well, what's fine at 24" might not be at 32" ;)
According to the specs these will handle 32" monitors, but it really depends on how thorough Arctic was when setting the weight limits. And you have to be careful not to choose a particularly heavy monitor.
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#6
texas64
That logo is awfully close to the ArchLinux logo...
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bug
texas64 said:
That logo is awfully close to the ArchLinux logo...
Reading this on Arch Linux, I fail to see a problem :D
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