Arctic Z2 Pro Twin Monitor Arm Review


After setting it up, screwing my monitors in and adjusting them to a comfortable position, there was little else to test. After using the Arctic Z2 Pro for a while now I am impressed with how uncluttered it made my workspace look. The Arctic Z2 Pro also looks and feels solidly built and once I had positioned my monitors they did not budge an inch, though when required you can adjust the monitors through 360° of motion, making it a cinch when you want to turn a monitor portrait for writing a review for example.

The simple addition of a USB hub into the base makes it even more valuable, especially as it is a powered USB 3.0 hub that will have no issues with devices that are connected whether that be an external hard drive, flash drive or a USB desktop fan.

The Arctic Z range of monitor arms come with support for a single monitor in the Z1 all the way to the Z4 which is able to support four monitors. Price wise they range from 65 pounds all the way to 155 pounds, with the Z2 I feel being the most reasonably priced out of all of them.

This is once again another solid product from Arctic and one that I am happy to award a DavePlays silver award.

Silver Award


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