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Workstream by Monoprice Electric Height Adjustable Sit-Stand Workstation Desk Converter, 36 in
Workstream by Monoprice Full-Size Sit-Stand Workstation Converter, Height Adjustable Desk 36in
Workstream by Monoprice Dual Monitor Adjustable Gas Spring Desk Mount for 15~34in Monitors, Silver
|Minimum VESA||50 x 50|
|Maximum VESA||100 x 100|
|Maximum Weight||33 lbs.|
|Minimum Display Size||13"|
|Maximum Display Size||30"|
|Height Range||8.75" ~ 15.0"|
|Tilt Range||±12 degrees|
|Swivel Range||±90 degrees|
|Rotation Range||360 degrees|
|Construction||Steel and Aluminum|
|Wall Plate Dimensions||N/A|
|Front Plate Dimensions||M/A|
Questions and Answers
You essentially need a desk edge that has NO lip - as was the case for me with the desk I put mine on. I have two of them for my two monitors.
You could put the mounting bracket "backwards" and use the holes to screw it in to the desk, rather than being clamped. I did not need to do this, but that obviously would not be as secure, depending on how well the screws bit in to the desk.
These are GREAT mounts, highly adjustable. Maybe a new desk?? :)
Your TV should work if it meets the following: 1) max weight of 33 lbs. 2) Has VESA 50x50, 75x75, or 100x100 mounting pattern. 3) less than 15" from the bottom to the center of the VESA mount screws.
Thanks for checking.
The weight of even the lightest monitor will cause the unit to tilt slightly. It WILL bother you. BUT if you take an old credit card and wedge it under the clamp on the side that you lean to, this will straighten the monitor. I had to fold the card in half to get the right angle. Simple fix and works well.
As stated before, the monitor only tilts down. Perhaps you could put another credit card in the clamp to get some vertical tilt up but I did not.
I did not have a problem with the height adjustment. I adjusted mine 4 inches up and it is not falling.
After these fixes I am happy with my deep-discount monitor mount. Now that I have it set just right, I am happy with it. I do make minor adjustments left and right without problems.
PROS: Pros - with a little bit of rework, you can get this to function properly. Read on for what I had to do to actually get this mount to be acceptable.
CONS: Before I bought this I read the reviews. SHAME on Monoprice for sorting the reviews by rating and not by date. I only read the first page of reviews which were good, but the second page, which I red later, were all awful. Monoprice, you should be ashamed of yourself for this little trick. This is definitely a con by the seller. Sort reviews BY DATE like the egg does.
I've got a 24" 15lb monitor attached and there is no sag even fully extended. (I am using a block of wood like many others since my desk isn't more than 1" thick)
That being said, this mount will not allow you to rotate the monitor on the mount. you can mount the monitor on its side, but you won't be spinning it. you also won't be tilting it up and down much since those controls take a little too much effort for a daily movement. however pulling it in and out and especially turning it side to side is a breeze and can be done more than daily.
I'm a college student and I use my monitor as my TV/Computer screen. I got this mount to give me more desk space and be able to pull it closer to my bed since the screen isn't the largest TV...
I'm disappointed that Monoprice doesn't include hardware that works with their flagship monitor.
PROS: Inexpensive, mostly stable, VESA 50, 75, and 100mm mounting.
CONS: The desk clamp doesn't work on desks or surfaces that are less than about 1.5" thick. You'll need a piece of wood or other hard and solid object.
The included hardware DOES NOT WORK with the Monoprice 28" 4k monitor. The smallest included machine screws are too long and the spacers are the wrong size. You'll need to go to a hardware store and get machine screws that are 0.25" - 0.5" shorter.
Once the monitor is attached to the mount the ONLY way to get it into portrait position is to physically remove (unbolt/screw) the monitor from the bracket and turn it 90 degrees and then reattach it to the bracket. The description makes people think you simply reach up and turn it "easily". ........NOT SO !!!
My suggestion would be to offer the purchasers of this mount that expects it to "easily convert" a Lazy Susan type adapter that would go between the mount bracket and monitor so that it CAN be EASILY converted (turned).
PROS: Sturdy enough for most applications.
CONS: False advertisement of product.
PROS: More storage space monitors aren't sitting on the desk anymore. These things are inexpensive and they do the job decently enough.
CONS: They droop a little, and the screws are weaksauce.
CONS: Mount didnt support the monoprice 27inch monitor, which is under the 33lb.
PROS: Inexpensive, very functional and well constucted.
PROS: Works great! I have a 24" monitor set up on it sideways, "landscape", and it is 4 inches off the desk top and could go a bit higher. Easy to set up...easy to adjust. Easy on the wallet.
CONS: None so far.
PROS: Solid product that holds the monitor steady at a wide variety of angles and heights.
See image I uploaded here: http://snag.gy/z0m04.jpg
I have to give this product a 1-star to offset the average (4-stars??).
I'm returning this and will get a wall-mount instead.
PROS: Looks good!
Easy, straight forward installation
CONS: Products says it supports up to 33LBS it's a LIE!!
Need to insert spacers since clamp doesn't close tightly enough