With good looks, extreme flexibility and ergonomic benefits Krost’s Logic monitor arms deserve a position at every desk.
December 17th, 2014
Catering for up to 6 monitors, a laptop stand and/or tablet holder, Logic is designed to meet any requirements. With simple to install and adjust click-in componentry setups can be adapted in minutes.
Constructed from heavy duty powder coated steel with anondised aluminium posts, Logic is both strong and aesthetically pleasing.
Already featured in hundreds of fit-outs since Krost released it earlier this year, Logic is the most adaptable and revolutionary monitor arm system on the market. Check out the video to see how it can be configured.
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