I’ve been using my Artwork Station for over 2 years now. The original set up was laptop stand with a 4k monitor. Recently, I had a need to be able to access 2 computers from my Station, so I added the dual monitor arm.
The arm was easy to install, and included all of the hardware necessary to mount 2 4k monitors. Now I have access to two computers (1 laptop and a desktop), each with it’s own monitor.
Should have done this sooner!
Perfect workstation for gaming and work. I have neck and back pain that is no longer irritated by sitting. Also very responsive customer service.
I love their monitor mount system. It gives multiple configurations to not only make the monitors set up the way you want them, but flexibility to change it later.
I have a few issues, though none of them should prevent anyone from acquiring the system. There is no good place to put a web cam. Frankly I think a separate solution is needed and I have no clue where that can be attained. Also the laptop mount is placed in a way that makes multiple horizontal monitors awkward. You get used to it, but I don't find it ideal. Lastly, I feel the monitors are too close to you. There is a way to back it up a bit, but I am disabled and it's not something I can do on my own. Your typical user probably wouldn't have an issue.
I would rate 5 stars, but the cable management should have a cover behind the monitor and and the upright cover should have larger capacity allowing more cables to be covered. Also, Laptop mount should sit closer, I’m short and I really like the design but I can’t reach the keyboard, I don’t always connect the laptop on the mount to the keyboard on the desk.
After detailed help from Altwork, I easily installed the laptop tray on my workstation. Easier still was placing my laptop securely onto the tray. I take it off and replace it as needed. I still haven't explored using the laptop in that position. It is hard to reach the keyboard, so I have to play with dual displays. I'm hoping to read my journal there while working on the main monitor.