The fifth monitor, in this picture the top left one, is hooked up to a Windows computer for watching Windows-only content (forgive us, rms, our sins). The two top monitors are mounted with Vitek VT-LCD/PMT pole mounts, and use spacers to ensure clearance from the pole. After a bunch of hassle with the third monitor, I wised up and added the Ergotron 60-589-060 Quick Release LCD bracket: "Perfect for fast-paced financial environments and other mission critical operations where every second of display functionality matters." It's also perfect for letting you install a mount to a pole over your head without that mount already being screwed to ten pounds of monitor. I used HP quick release brackets for the big monitors, and it would be nice if they were all the same, but these are cheaper. Note that the Samsung TV, with a wide bezel at the bottom, has to be mounted upside-down in order to have the clearance to tilt down; Linux and Windows both handle upside-down monitors but Roku does not.
Total pixel count:
|Samsung 23” TV||1920||1080||2,073,600|