Satechi introduces Aluminum Monitor Stand


I am quite sure that you have heard of the name Satechi before, where this is one brand name that is well known for its collection of sleek, functional and organizational workspace solutions. This time around, the folks over at Satechi are pleased as punch to announce the introduction of the Aluminum Monitor Stand that will make up part of its Metallic Line. The Metallic Line right now is made up of a handy Type-C Hub, powerful Aluminum Wireless Headphones, and a convenient Aluminum Headset Stand, where this particular series of products have been specially designed in order for it to facilitate a more productive and comfortable work environment through the use of style and functionality. Regardless of which particular product that you decide to make it your own, all of them will arrive in a trio of metallic shades: gold, space grey, and silver. When merged, the products result in a cohesive, aesthetically pleasing and organized work space.

The Aluminum Monitor Stand would be able to raise computer monitors which are larger in size (and obviously, weight, of up to 31 lbs.) or notebooks for a more comfortable viewing angle, which will in turn reduce the amount of eye and neck strain through the promotion of good posture. The slim, modern monitor stand will also be able to improve ventilation and create free work space, through the inclusion of an additional platform so that one can organize a tablet, laptop, charging station, smartphone, office supplies, printers and more.

Of course, since we live in a world that offers plenty of choice, it would certainly be remiss on Satechi’s part if they were to follow Henry Ford’s lead and roll out the Aluminum Monitor Stand in just a single color. Hence, it is no surprise to see that the Aluminum Monitor Stand will arrive in Space Gray, Gold or Silver shades, where they will retail for $39.99 a pop.

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