Rosewill Announces Three New Display Arms

Rosewill, a manufacturer of various computer components and accessories, has announced the arrival of three new display arms. The display arms, known as the RHMS-13001, RHMS-13002, and RHMS-13003, are made of lightweight aluminum, have a quick snap configuration, and fasten to the desk through use of a C-clamp.

The units can support screen sizes up to either 27" or 30", and can swivel, tilt, pan, and pivot. The RHMS-13003, which can support 30" displays, also features on-the-fly height adjustment with a change of up to 10".

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Header Cell - Column 0 RHMS-13001RHMS-13002RHMS-13003
Display Supportup to 27"up to 27"up to 30"
Dual Display SupportRow 2 - Cell 1 YesRow 2 - Cell 3
Apple Cinema Display Support27"27"Row 3 - Cell 3
iMac Support24"24"Row 4 - Cell 3
Capacity Support30 lbs44 lbs19 lbs
Height Adjustmentup to 200mmup to 200mmup to 200mm
On-the-fly height adjustmentRow 12 - Cell 1 Row 12 - Cell 2 up to 10"

There is no word yet on when the units will be available in stores, nor has there been any information revealed regarding pricing.

Niels Broekhuijsen

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • pletopia
    Interesting how the 13003 which supports up to a 30" can hold less then the 13001 which does up to 27"
  • Camikazi
    11484271 said:
    Interesting how the 13003 which supports up to a 30" can hold less then the 13001 which does up to 27"

    It has longer extension so weight support would be lower all else being equal (which is probably isn't) that is my guess.
  • whiteodian
    Very similar to Ergotron arms. I wonder how much they will cost.
  • whiteodian
    I just looked up the Rosewill 13003 on Newegg and Amazon. Too expensive compared to the Ergotron. Or better yet get an HP rebranded version for $82.99 on Amazon. That is nearly $50 cheaper.
  • Grandmastersexsay
    It's ridiculous how much these things always cost. They practically cost as much as the monitor itself. The obvious reason for this is that it is a niche market. Not very many people want them, but the ones who do will pay these exorbitant prices.

    $20 should be able to buy you the best. I blame all the idiots who don't want one.
  • DRosencraft
    I would recommend one of these. I've got two.Very good considering their very low price.