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Silverstone SST-MR01S Aluminium Monitor Riser for PC/MAC All In Ones
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Silverstone SST-MR01S Silver Aluminium Monitor Riser Shelf Up to 27"

Silverstone SST-MR01S Aluminium Monitor Riser for PC/MAC All In OnesSilverstone SST-MR01S Aluminium Monitor Riser for PC/MAC All In OnesSilverstone SST-MR01S Aluminium Monitor Riser for PC/MAC All In OnesSilverstone SST-MR01S Aluminium Monitor Riser for PC/MAC All In Ones
Silverstone SST-MR01S Aluminium Monitor Riser for PC/MAC All In Ones
Product Overview
The MR01 is a high quality monitor riser designed with SilverStone’s famed unibody aluminum construction. This enables it to support monitors or all-in-one PCs up to 27” or 10kg (22lbs). Its modest elevation returns valuable space back to the desktop for keyboard/mouse storage or other uses without negatively impacting ergonomics of the devices on top. Finished with sand-blasted and anodized surface, the MR01 has a premium look and feel that matches high-end monitors or all-in-one PCs.

It also looks and works great with iMacs!
• Raises your monitor to an ergonomic height
• Increases valuable desktop space
• Beautiful single-piece aluminum unibody construction
• Supports 27” monitors up to 10kg (22lbs)
Technical Specification

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please click here

24 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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Customer Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect Product for Mac Mini Cannot fault this for the price. It is a steal at £30. Nearly £60 on Amazon for something very similar. Compliments my Mac Mini perfectly, which sits neatly underneath. This riser will outlive me. Scan are fast and efficient. I have no hesitation in recommending them. 16 April 2014
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