Zorro combines function with beautiful design. Its diagonal profile means that Zorro can be mounted on shorter posts to give cleaner lines in the workspace. This design also allows Zorro a wider range of horizontal movement of up to 460mm. The innovative ball joint gives the user full control over the screen angle to increase […]
November 21st, 2008
Zorro combines function with beautiful design. Its diagonal profile means that Zorro can be mounted on shorter posts to give cleaner lines in the workspace. This design also allows Zorro a wider range of horizontal movement of up to 460mm. The innovative ball joint gives the user full control over the screen angle to increase comfort and reduce glare.
Zorro will carry monitors up to 8.5kg (18.7lb)
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