Questions and answers

Do monitor arms Damage desk?

Do monitor arms Damage desk?

It will damage it unless the monitor weighs less than 1 pound. I mounted my cintiq 27 to my desk and it was terribly damaged afterwards. I put those arms on four desks and they are great.

What is a grommet mount?

Grommet mounts are not very well known but are in fact the best of both the stand and clamp mounts put into one base. Also known as pole mounting brackets, these are a great option for anybody. They fit firmly into the holes on your desk (meant for wires), and clamp onto the bottom securely.

Can you put a monitor clamp on a glass desk?

Mount your monitor stand to a desk surface that previously wasn’t able to support the weight with Steel Reinforcement Bracket Plate (STAND-AC01R) from VIVO! Ideal for thin desks, glass tabletops, and other fragile surfaces that don’t provide enough support for a heavy-duty monitor stand, this product gives you options!

Do all monitors have VESA mount?

Is Your Computer Monitor VESA Compliant? Most modern flat-panel monitors and TVs are designed with VESA compliance in mind. To determine if your computer monitor complies with VESA standards, simply check the back. If it does comply, you should see the standard four-hole screw pattern in the back of your monitor.

How do you mount a computer monitor without holes?

  1. Solution 1: Get Yourself a Monitor with VESA Holes.
  2. Solution 2: Use Glue or Sellotape.
  3. Solution 3: Use a VESA Adapter Kit.
  4. Wall Mount a Monitor without Holes Fast and Easily.

How do I choose a monitor desk mount?

determines the options and styles available. Size of the monitors: Will the monitors fit neatly together in a good ergonomic position. Can you actually fit the screens into the space available? Weight of the monitors: can the monitor arm hold the weight safely?

Are all monitor mounts Universal?

Before we continue: know that in order to use basically any third-party stand or mount, your monitor needs to be VESA compatible. That means having standard mounting holes drilled into the back, typically directly into the steel frame of the monitor itself, allowing for any compatible mount to be screwed in.