Updated November 13, 2020 by Sam Kraft

The 10 Best Triple Monitor Stands

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1. Mount-It! MI-2753

2. Ergotech Wings

3. Planar 997-6035-00

Editor's Notes

November 10, 2020:

There were a few changes made in this update, but for the most part it was just a matter of reviewing the market and seeing if any of the new items had overtaken what we'd already noted as the best options available. Our main takeaway was that there are a lot of stands that are very similar to each other, which means only items with noteworthy features made our list this time around. For some the features are obvious, like the motorized lift system of the AVLT MT18-1, while others are simply noted for their durability and the quality of the materials used, like the Ergotech Wings.

We decided to add the Vivo Vertical Array because, while it lacks the versatility of many of the others in terms of screen positioning, for those looking for a vertical layout, it offers high quality at a very reasonable price. On the other end of the spectrum are options like the TechOrbits SmartSwivel, which gives a tremendous amount of freedom in how your monitors are arranged, but comes at a premium. Both are great, and can support a similar range of monitors, so it's more about personal preference than anything else. Just make sure you verify the size, weight, and VESA pattern of your display before you commit.

Cable management systems are becoming common among monitor stands, and some designs are becoming quite sophisticated. For instance, the Mount-It! MI-2753 features not only a clip to keep things tidy in the back, but also audio and USB ports integrated into the base of the stand, so you won't have to bend under your desk to access your computer's tower to plug in headphones or thumb drives. That said, if you purchase something with a less comprehensive cable management system, you can easily supplement the existing structures with some simple cable ties.

December 21, 2018:

Looked into the Elitech Triple, but too many indications of a lack of stability for me to include as an option on this list. Noted that a few models, such as the Mount-It! MI-753 and the EasyMountLCD Deluxe, offer versions with one, two, or four arms in addition to the triple stand option, which gives users a variety of choices if they’re trying to set up an office space that multiple people will be using.

Special Honors

Trak Racer 3 Monitor Floor Mounting Stand While it was designed to be used with racing simulators, this freestanding unit offers a great deal of stability, and eliminates the need for a desk altogether. It's designed for large screens (36 to 45 inches), and the horizontal beam can be adjusted so the monitors will be the exact height and angle you want them. The one thing to note is that the arms' heights cannot be adjusted independently, so if you don't want them set in a straight line, you may want to look elsewhere. trakracer.com

4. TechOrbits SmartSwivel

5. Jestik Horizon

6. Vivo Vertical Array

7. Siig Premium

8. AVLT MT18-1

9. Mount-It! MI-753

10. Stand Steady Desk


Sam Kraft
Last updated on November 13, 2020 by Sam Kraft

In addition to his corporate career as a marketing and communications professional in Chicago, Sam runs a popular blog that focuses on the city’s flourishing craft beer and brewery scene. He received his degree in journalism from DePaul University (which spurred his interest in freelance writing) and has since spent years developing expertise in copywriting, digital marketing and public relations. A lifetime of fishing, hiking and camping trips has left him well-versed in just about any outdoors-related topic, and over several years spent working in the trades during his youth, he accumulated a wealth of knowledge about tools and machinery. He’s a travel junkie, a health and fitness enthusiast, and an avid biker.


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