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I currently have an iMac 27" and am considering purchasing another to run in target display mode.

My desk space is a little limited. Is there a dual monitor arm solution that can support the weight of two iMac 27" units (30.5 pounds (13.8 kg)) as well as their width (25.6 inches (65.0 cm)) in a side-by-side landscape configuration?

I looked at the Ergotron LX Dual Side by Side but the iMacs appear to exceed the width and weight limit this device is rated for.

I'm open to alternate solutions to arms, such as a multi-unit desk stand/mount, but a wall mount is not possible for me at this time.



There isn't a suitable dual monitor solution that I could find. I ended up purchasing two Innovative iLift 7517-1500's

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Seems like, at least at ergotron, you'll have to use two arms, one for each of your iMacs, as indicate their "quick find" page.

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I am answering my own question. I spent a lot of time trawling different boards and finally settled on purchasing two iLife 7517-1500's from Innovative.

I have both iMac's on them now, and they are working fine so far.

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