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Recommend twin TFT monitors and TFT arm/desk clamp

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I'm looking to buy two new flat screen 19 inch monitors and a desk clamp or arm so that the monitors sit side by side on a wide arm rather than on the desktop.

Can I please have some recommendations and links where possible (ideally UK sites) for:

1.  Where these desk clamps can be purchased and cost (like those used in investment banks)
2. Recommend monitors

Thanks.
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Hi there,
Well AlexNek has pretty much nailed the better sites to look at for monitor supports, but as for the monitors themselves I would personally go for the LG 19" wide screen or something similar, still have two (or more) of them, they tend to be of a better standard than most, and price wise they can usually be found cheaper. But yes, definantly wide screens :-) thats up to you though...
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