i would think it would work fine as long as the mounting holes for the TV fit. I would make sure the TV weighs less that the weight limit of 44lbs. One other thing to keep in mind the fully extended length is fine for use on a flat wall but if using it near a corner the TV will hit the wall when you swivel it since the arm will be shorter than half the width of the TV.
I bought two - easy installation. Provides plenty of tilt and swivel.
I mounted my 37 inch Vizio and my daughters 40 inch Sony. 1st removed the plate from the mount (via two thumbscrews). Mounted the plate to the TV via the supplied screws. I used my stud finder to locate the outer edges of the stud, Drew a parallel line to the outer edge of the stud. Placed the mount next to the parallel line, marked the 3 holes for mounting, drilled three pilot holes, placed the mount over the holes, screwed the mount. down with the three provided screws, Slid the tv on to the mount and tightened the thumbscrews. Used the supplied allen wrench to tighten the tilt control. I used zip ties to secure the cables as the supplied clip would come off when the TV was moved.
Excellent item! The range of motion is excellent, and very smooth. You may need to reach behind and manipulate the joint in the direction you want, especially if you want the tv to be flatter against the wall on either side of the mounting point. This is a great bargain and was easy to install-- I did mine in about 20 minutes. What are you waiting for-- BUY IT! Spending 2 or 3 or 4 times as much will NOT get you a better tv mount.
It's great, easy to install, works very well, comes with tons of hardware for different televisions. Also, the pricing is unbeatable. I only want to note that the screws were way too short and didn't reach the threading on my tv set.