I am very satisfied with the quality of this monitor arm!I would not recommend doing so, but, I tested the arm with a 49" ultrawide monitor that was within the weight range listed but not the dimensional range and it did a great job with it. I had to increase the tension greatly, but, it securely holds it up and frees up so much room on the desk.That aside - it is a very nice arm for the price. Nicer than some older arms I paid more for. I would definitely recommend it for your monitor as well! (But again - I am not recommending you use it for a size larger than recommended for yourself!)
Picked this up to mount a monitor to my workbench. Definitely the best arm I own!I have had a few monitor arms in the past. None of them are the gas strut type that adjust easily like this one. I mounted this to my workbench and it is great. It stays where I put it, but I can move it around very easily. I have a 27" Dell monitor on it and it doesn't even care.I highly recommend this for a situation where you need a monitor, but also need to get it out of the way quickly, easily, and often.
This is a nice, heavy mount that can be clamped to your desk or you can drill a hole in the desk and mount more permanently. I am using the clamp mount and so far, it is great. Much easier than drilling.I like that I can turn the monitor just about every which way. Up, down, landscape, portrait, tilted... it makes all the moves super easy. Plus, it clears up more space on my desk.
Facile à monter et installer, idéal pour dégager de la place sur le bureau!
This mount does exactly what I wanted -- places my Samsung 22" (diagonal) TV between my two 27" iMac's in my messy work area. The monitor arm is very well built and beefy and securely clamps to the edge of my desk with rubber inserts that protect the desk top and prevent slippage. The arm has 3 horizontal rotation points. One at the desk clamp base. Another midway up the arm. And the third at the top. These all work nicely. The lower two can be secured with set screws so that neither move. (If the set screws are slightly loosened from tight, rotation is possible while preventing inadvertent removal of the lower arm from the desk clamp or the upper arm from the top of the lower arm.)The upper part of the arm can be moved up and down. I haven't tried this, but expect that it will work just fine. I don't need to rotate the TV between landscape and portrait modes and am happy about that because it takes an undue amount of force to do this. The 75 x 75 mounting holes on my TV are near the top of the TV as opposed to being centered. This makes it more bottom heavy that a center mount. No matter where your mounting holes are located, your monitor or TV will likely tilt down unless you tighten the screw at that rotation point. This may not be convenient if you frequently readjust the position of your device and have to reach over your device to loosen and retighten this screw.I chose not to route my power, old component style video and audio cables through the arm itself -- there might not have been enough room for them.Overall, I'm very happy with this monitor arm.