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2 Way Adjustable Tilting Desk Mount Bracket for LCD LED (Max 33Lbs, 13~30inch) - Black
Free space on your desk and gain improved ergonomics by using this 2-Way Adjustable Tilting Monitor Desk Mount Bracket from Monoprice!
Using a desk mount bracket provides additional desk space by moving the monitor above the desk. It allows you to position your monitor at eye level, which reduces neck/back strain and pain from lengthy sessions in front of the computer.
This mount attaches to the edge of a desk, table, or other horizontal surface with a thickness between 0.87" ~ 2.25". It has a 5.5" extension arm that can be swiveled from side to side. The monitor can be tilted up to ±12 degrees. It fits monitors weighing up to 33 lbs., with either 50x50, 75x75, or 100x100 VESA mounting patterns.
- Fits monitors with VESA 50x50, 75x75, and 100x100 mounting patterns
- Tilts ±12 degrees
- Steel construction with welded base clamp and aluminum extension arm
- Height adjustable from about 8.75" ~ 15"
- Clamps to surfaces between 0.87" ~ 2.25" thick
|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|
|Built In Level||No|
PROS: It's pretty solid and easy to put together.
CONS: Didn't swivel the way I thought it would. With the 14lb 27 inch Monoprice monitor it tilts slightly.
Quality of construction is good, no issues with packaging or defects. Assembles quickly and adjusts easily. Just what I was looking for.
PROS: - Cheap
- Solidly Built
- Easy to setup
CONS: - Minimum thickness for clamp is more than most cheap desks. I used a piece of 1x4 to increase thickness.
- No pan adjustment. My monitor is level. But, some pan adjustment would be nice to tune out any manufacturing differences, such as crooked VESA mounting holes.
I haven't taken any pics yet, but I found a pic that should explain the pipe flange setup.
I did have a few issues when I first installed it with a little sagging, but I put in a little more elbow grease into tightening all the nuts and that worked out just fine. I have no sag or complaints at this time.
PROS: Works as intended.
CONS: Didn't adjust to a smaller desk.
PROS: does exactly what it said it will
CONS: The ONLY hang up is that the monitors are always free to rotate... works great for our designers to rotate the monitor when working on projects needing it, but there is no way to lock it in if you never rotate your monitor. A detent or some other means to lock it vertical or horizontal would be good.
PROS: Easy setup, quality built. Works great for smaller/lighter monitors.
CONS: No way I'm comfortable that this will support my 30" Dell monitor even though it's only 25 lbs and well within the weight limit stated on the product.
One of the monitors at home had a curved back so I used the spacers and longer screws on that one which worked really nicely.
I'm a little OCD so having my 2 monitors at home match up nicely is a must. When I first setup the mounts the monitors were low in the center and high on the sides. There's no easy way to make slight adjustments with this monitor (it doesn't pivot from portrait to landscape), so you have to loosen the screws on the back and try to make small adjustments that way. All in all a minor hindrance.
The lack of Pivot threw me off. One of the reasons I wanted a mount was so I could rotate my monitor 90deg to use my work computer in portrait mode. While you can mount the mointor that way, you can's switch without removing the plate and re-mounting it. Oh well.
If anyone is thinking of getting one of these mounts for use with the Monoprice 24" (12252), think again, the 100mm VESA plate covers the power/VGA ports on this monitor, so buyer beware.
PROS: Easy to install.
Solid feel, heavy.
CONS: OCD kicks in when the monitor tilts ever so slightly, not easily leveled out
Oh, it doesn't Pivot (landscape Portrait), for some reason I had it in my head that it would.
For tall people an extra vertical inch maybe needed
CONS: No adjustment to compensate for sagging arm