The Q-deskmanager 150 monitor stand complies with European guidelines for healthy desktop computing.
An optimum monitor position leads to lesser discomfort and complaints to the neck (Kumar 1994 McKinnon 1994, Marcus 2002). Positioning the monitor to low can lead to strong bending of the neck and therefore higher muscle tension of the neck muscles. But a position which is too high (higher than eye level) can also lead to problems. The optimum position increases the productivity by 10% (Sommerich et all, 1998).