- Single monitor arm adjusts effortlessly for easy use; Works with almost any LCD monitor measuring 32 inches or smaller
- Arm extends and retracts, tilt to change reading angles, and rotate from landscape-to-portrait mode; tilt range 70 back and 5 forward
- Increases desktop space (desk clamp fits desks between 0.4 up to 2.4); ergonomic positioning for reduced strain
- Easy to set up; built to hold monitor from 5lbs to 25lbs (2.3~11.3kg)
- VESA compatible (100 x 100mm and 75 x 75mm)
- Please read the user manual carefully before using this arm
Works with a 22 lb 4k 40" monitor. Just adjust the tension to really tight and it'll hold it up all sturdy-like.
This is a top of the line monitor arm-mount.I use a 34" ultrawide monitor and I tried two other mounts before that either didn't fit properly in the monitor (didn't even know that was possible since it is a standard and they claimed to support it) or couldn't bear the weight of the monitor. However, this Basics mount was easy to setup and holds the monitor incredibly well. You can even tweak the tension to have it higher or lower and control the pressure you need to put to move it. It is a great piece of engineering and certainty worth its price.
Solid copy of Ergotron LCD arm. I use it for both a Wacom Cintiq 22UX and the older 21UX. The good thing about these arms vs. some other LCD mounts is that they have a high angle of bending near the final joint before your monitor. If you are using a Cintiq, this means you can flatten your monitor pretty nicely so you're drawing on top of your screen instead of drawing in front of yourself. My work had a Humanscale version of these arms that would not allow for the same angle which made a lot of designers remove them from their desks.
I love the monitor mount. It's all black which fits with the color scheme of my desk, monitor, and keyboard. I wanted to post some information that might help others pull the trigger.I own a which weighs just over 20 lbs without the stand according to documentation. I purchased the mount for a secondary monitor but wanted to test this monitor out to see if I want to purchase a second.The mount will support the weight of the monitor, I had to crank the vertical resistance almost to the max (the tension screw was getting harder to turn) and the monitor was able to be lifted up and down without crashing down to the desk or slowly moving down. I tested pulling the monitor from as far back to as close to me as it would go and it never sagged. It certainly wobbles a lot when moving such a heavy monitor but after about 10 seconds stops. Here some fun information. The monitor is able to freely rotate from landscape to portrait without having to tilt the monitor forward or backward WHEN the arm is at the max height AND the arm is mounted at the top of the vertical bar that is mounted to the desk. When mounted at this height, there is a bit over 7.5 inches of clearance from the desktop and the bottom of the monitor. I think that it is also forced to sit a little further forward than the monitor arm that it comes with when pushed as far back as it goes to still be on center.
This monitor stand was a bit more than i wanted to spend, but the dimensions are exactly what i needed as i have a 4 monitor setup and needed something with a little extra length to fit around my other monitors. I was pleasantly surprised how easy this was to setup. Even though it comes in a number of pieces, I had it setup and working in less than 5 minutes, even without the instructions (it's a guy thing...). There are quite a number of adjustments and possible configurations, but i didn't need to make any.. it worked perfectly right out of the box. Long story short, it was worth the extra money to get something of such great quality that works perfectly! Once again, my hat off to you ! This is a great product.PS I didn't dress in the cables, but that's next.