Arctic Z2 Pro Twin Monitor Arm Review

Recently and with a large thud, a parcel from Arctic turned up on my doorstep. All the way from Germany this package contained a monitor arm, a dual monitor arm to be precise, and one of the newly released Z-Pro range.

Arctic as you should all know are a company that specialises in providing excellent cooling solution for PC hardware, including the brilliant Arctic Freezer series for CPU’s and the Accelero range for graphics cards. In more recent times they have branched into PC and general accessories including headsets, mice and of course monitor arms like the Z2 I have here.

Specifications

Material Aluminium Alloy ADC12
Dimensions 80(L) x 14(W) x 51(H)
Weight 4.55Kg
Screen Size 13”-27”
Max Monitor Weight 10Kg per mount
VESA 75mm /100mm
Rotation 360
Swivel 180
Tilt +/- 15
Distance to the Pole 11-41 cm
Max table thickness 90mm
USB Hub Specs
Type Powered 4 Ports USB 3
Transfer Rate USB 3 – Upto 5GbpsUSB2  – Upto 480Mbps
Compatibility Windows 8.1,8,7,Vista,XPMac OSXLinux
Cable Length 2.0 m
Power Adaptor Specs
Input 100-240V AC 50/60Hz 0.55A
Output 5V DC, 2A
Cable Length 2.0 m

 

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