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Video: The Making of our tekbotic Monitor Stand

The simple purpose of this video and blog post is to give you an inside look at how we develop some of our products. We hope if you're the type of person that likes giving input, you'll join our tekbotic Product Tester Group (Sign-Up at this Link) and take an active part in the development process. The group is pretty simple. We send you highly discounted products, and you send us your thoughts, wishes, suggestions for improvement, etc.

Our new monitor stand was born directly from this process. As you'll see Matt explain in the video, we started with a basic design and handed it over to our customers to get their input. Then we went back to the drawing board with everyone's input and created something brand new. Thus, a product was born that actually represented your interests. If you haven't seen this monitor stand yet and have no idea what I'm talking about, you can get one here, with a discount code to boot: TUBE10

Thanks for watching and please join our Product Tester group, we'd love to get your feedback!


Ryan Alexander Kavanaugh |

Director of Brand Development

Ryan enjoys video games, long naps on the beach, and humanity's most difficult existential questions. His long list of influences includes Christopher Hitchens, Ocarina of Time, that one time he stubbed his toe, and his first ex-girlfriend. Ryan also works as development producer in the television industry and still retains most of his soul at this time.

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