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Mount-It! Single Monitor Arm Mount | Desk Stand | Heavy Duty Stable Full Motion Height Adjustable | Fits 19 21 24 27 30 32 Inch VESA 75 100 Compatible Computer Screen | Double C-Clamp Base
SINGLE MONITOR ARM: Fits one computer screen sizes 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 inches, with a maximum support weight of 22 pounds, using the 75x75mm or 100x100mm VESA square bolt hole pattern found on the back of the monitors. (measure distance, in millimeters, between bolt hole patterns if unsure of size)FEATURES: VESA monitor stand is height adjustable and can be raised up to 17" inches and comes with cable management clips. Cold-rolled steel construction is heavy duty and will stand the test of time. Comes with super sturdy, double C-clamp base mount for use on desktops up to 4" inches thick.FULLY ADJUSTABLE: Monitor arm desk mount can tilt 90 degrees up and down, swivel 180 degrees left and right on two different joints, and raise and/lower 17" inches. Monitor can rotate to landscape or portrait orientation and holds in place.EASY INSTALLATION: Single monitor arm mount comes with all mounting hardware, tools, and instructions necessary for assembly.5-YEAR WARRANTY: Desk monitor stand comes with a 5-year warranty and our friendly and responsive US-based customer support team is available to answer any questions you may have during normal business hours.
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48 Reddit comments about Mount-It! Single Monitor Arm Mount | Desk Stand | Heavy Duty Stable Full Motion Height Adjustable | Fits 19 21 24 27 30 32 Inch VESA 75 100 Compatible Computer Screen | Double C-Clamp Base:

u/reckford · 59 pointsr/battlestations

Here's an album with some more pictures

Here is a picture of the back of my Monitor. Sorry about the spaghetti, the Lightpack cables are really quite difficult to manage.

Edit: Photos of the Lightpack in Action!

Edit 2: Since you guys are asking about the Power Pose and No Zero Days thing: Here is a TED talk on Power Poses that I got the idea from.

Edit 3 since you guys keep asking: The monitor arm is a Mount-It desk arm I got on Amazon. Link!

u/QuantumTweaker · 17 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Asus MX series user reporting in :D

Love my three MX279H monitors. They look even better when on Vesa arms using a custom bracket.

EDIT: For anyone with an MX series monitor and would like to know how I VESA mounted them, here is what I used:


Vesa Arm I used

u/Jhubbz86 · 15 pointsr/buildapcsales

I've posted this tutorial before, and I'm gonna do it again, for anyone wanting to know how to mount this bad boy. Other people have messaged me saying they've used different adapter mounts and a dremel instead of the JB Weld method. About two weeks now, and still doing great!



I used this guy's Amazon tutorial on how to put the adapter on, although I got the non-quick set version that comes in seperate tubes.

These are the items I purchased:

  • VESA adapter, almost twice as strong as the quick-set.

  • This exact JB Weld, although I got mine from the local Lowe's.

  • Monitor Mount, I went single mount over double, so I could have more freedom of placement.

    Here are the pics of my setup. Please note, I waited a full 24 hours before mounting them. I know people get antsy, but just wait!!! Also, when adjusting the monitors for the first time, don't use too much torque, or you might detach the adapter from the monitor. The scratch marks you see on the back of the monitor, next to the adapter are where I sanded it down. I don't care about the way it looks, since my desk is against a wall. You can probably be a bit more careful if you actually care about the looks. I also sanded off the paint from the adapters so I can get good contact between the rough plastic surface and the bare steel plate. The screws that came with the adapters, as long as I washered them out a little, were perfectly fine to use.

    There are still some small adjustments I need to make to the way they are lined up, but this is pretty much 99% done. I highly recommend anyone looking for more desk space to give this a shot.
u/thewaywardsaint · 5 pointsr/battlestations

Here's a pic.

I've got this mount holding the ACER XB270HU on top and this mount holding the Asus VG248QE on the bottom. I used only one of the posts and bolted it through the top wood part instead of using the clamp. Barely fits both!

u/Kercoala · 4 pointsr/AskBattlestations
  • Screens:
    Your laptop appears to have a M5970 /w VGA, HDMI and DisplayPort and Eyefinity support.
    I'd recommend x2 of these IPS screens: Dell u2410. These screens have very good picture quality and their connections fits your laptop prefectly. They are pricy, but IPS provides the best picture quality.

    You may also check 2412 and the 2312, however they do not have HDMI.


  • Keyboard:
    Mechanical /w Cherry MX blue, or MX Brown if you prefer more silent keys (video comparing sound levels).

    Check out brands like DAS, Filco, Leopold, Ducky,


  • To connect your PS3 to a monitor you have two options: use connect laptop to monitor using DisplayPort cable and PS3 to monitor with HDMI OR purchase a HDMI switch. Then, connect HDMI cable from your laptop plus the HDMI from your PS3 into the switch and connect the switch to the screen. You want a active switchr /w it's own power supply. You can also get HDMI switches with remote control. With the switch I linked, adding a TV above your station would not be an issue at all.


  • For monitor mounts you got two basic options: wall mount or a desk mount/arm. I can't speak for the wall mount, but I have three of those desk mounts and very happy with the purchase. You have to decide which mount fit you best. They both have their advantages.


    For your laptop you got countless options. Here's my suggestions:

  • Although this does not hide the laptop in any way, I think a laptop stand like this one looks pretty awesome. An advantage with this setup is that you can tie the cables to the mount's arm and thus always be available. You will always know where the cables are, that they are long enough and you can plug them in to your PC even when sitting.

  • If you have a keyboard tray but don't use it, the tray would be an ideal place to hide the laptop. It'd be completely hidden and have almost the same cable management benefits of the mount.

  • Laptop stand. Just to mention it. Cables everywhere, possibly limited moveability due to cable length, terrible cable management.


    Unfortunately I can't help you with iPad or chair, but I would advice against a glass desk. You will have a harder time with cable management and you will always be able to see your cables. If you get a desk such as the Galant series from Ikea, you get more options for cable management (such as trays and cable holes).
u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/battlestations

This post is more than likely going to be removed by a mod. Post it in /r/askbattlestations

I personally mount mine on my desk vs. the wall as the mounting the monitor in the wall will leave holes in the wall afterward. Here is the mount I use

Here is one for the wall

u/exposD777 · 4 pointsr/buildapc

Just get a cheap 1080p monitor with a vesa mount. like this

or a dual monitor stand

u/Optimus_Banana · 3 pointsr/Battletops

I actually just got it from an old job, and it dosent have any branding but from a quick search it looks like it could be this one on amazon. It's OK but its hard to get the monitor as close to the wall as I'd like it.

u/Berzerker7 · 3 pointsr/buildapc
u/konzer · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Oops, read it to fast! This one:

It barely fit on my desk and I ended up removing a section of the upper arm. It's good but for my needs, I wish I got something else.

u/makerecon · 2 pointsr/AskBattlestations

Check out the Mount-It! branded stuff, In 15 seconds of research I believe they have two different 3 monitor offerings. Personally I got a double, and a single(for versatility) from them on Amazon. Sturdy as shit even with 27" monitors, and appear to be of very solid design. The triple I saw was $65.99.

These are the two I ordered for some perspective:

edit: here's the triple version in the same style
and under $60 at $57.99

Just make sure the monitors have VESA mounting points

u/garrzilla07rs · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Mount-It! MI-751 Single Monitor Mount: amazon .com/Mount-It-MI-751-Adjustable-Articulating-Insignia/dp/B0052ATODM

u/rkrause45 · 2 pointsr/AverageBattlestations

I absolutely love the mount, it works great for me because I don't need to drill any holes into my wall because I can just attach to my desk. The mount I have is a Mount-It! Articulating Single Arm.

Here's the link to it on Amazon:

u/sddhrthrt · 2 pointsr/battlestations

You can get 1 - 6 arms, they are given as different colors of the product, follow the link here:

> U2414H

u/dasamps · 2 pointsr/macsetups

Yeah, the mount supports 75x75 and 100x100. Right, so what I was trying to say (I'm terrible at explaining things) is that I have two separate arms on one post that are at different heights. I took the dual-arms from another mount-it, removed an arm from the hub they connect to, and put it on the same post at the laptop stand. So I bought two mount kits and combined them. Maybe I'll take a picture when I get home. With the mounts, the arm(s) are literally whatever position vertically that you want. You have to tighten a bolt to keep it/them from sliding down. I have two of these on one post, but I had to buy another mount and take the arm from it and add it to the first kit's post.

It's like if you bought two of these and threw one of the posts away. You would take the second arm and put it on the first post.

u/ottosunday · 2 pointsr/AskBattlestations

This will probably get the job done for you without breaking the bank

u/illuxion · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

if you can find studs, or cheap monitor arms work pretty well.

u/bsgraves32 · 2 pointsr/Battletops

Hi! I'd definitely recommend a mount, as it clears up a great deal of desk space. I'll post a link to the one I got off Amazon below. As far as mounting it, if you have the exact same desk then the mount/clampdown screws should line up perfectly with the metal frame under the desk on any of the corners. If you have any other questions or want more detailed pics just PM me.

Mount-it! MI-751 ! Single Monitor...

u/michaelscarn00 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I have the same monitor but 29 inch. It is so much better with a mount, the stock stand is way too short.

this is what I got

u/kpop_fapper · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

Hello! I did some research on VESA mounts for ultrawides and I've seen recommendations for the Ergotron MX, but it's rather out of my price range.

I was wondering if there are lesser expensive options? I will be using a DELL U3415W.

Would this be good enough?

u/kurozer0 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Feel free to bug. It's tough finding arms that can reach over other monitors. The three middle ones are held up with single monitor mounts. I'm able to get them over the bottom monitors because I have a desk with a second level that they are connected to similar to this.
The TV on top is on a vertical mount which is sitting on a box and held down with weights. Kind of ghetto but I never look behind there anyway.

u/TaylorHammond9 · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

So is this one a bad idea? says it holds up to 21lbs monitors, but I feel like it's really up to experience not just what it says.

u/OMGitsDSypl · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I'm gonna triple mount 3 Asus VG248QE monitors (24" screen, each 22.5"wide), and I'm unsure about what mounts I should use. I was eyeing this triple monitor mount, but I don't know if it will perfectly fit my monitors or allow me to curve them inward enough. This is a big deal for me since I want to have three monitors and my tower (9" wide) on my desk (72"), and curving the outer two monitors will make everything fit with ease. That being said, I was also thinking about getting 3 of these single monitor mounts which seem to be cheaper. The only cons I can think of with this is that initial set up will be a drag and the cable management will be less appealing. I assume this method would allow for more freedom with a single monitor, so I'll be able to save more space on my desk and rotate monitors with ease. I'm sorta leaning towards the latter option, but I could really use a second opinion- Should I get the 3x mount or 3 1x mounts? Is there a recommended alternative anyone can vouch for that won't kill my wallet?

u/thatsnotmybike · 1 pointr/Vive

Not really. I do love my challenge though, it's comfortable and space saving. I've rigged up a pair of monitor stands attached to a board with my hotas mounted on (excuse the mess of wire):

The steering wheel mount is detachable, and I'm going to eventually rig something to mount my keyboard and maybe a drink holder when it's in 'hotas mode'. The monitor stands were ~$25 when I picked them up, these specifically:

This is a really comfortable and adjustable setup, and lets me use the pedals for rudders or driving around on planets.

u/ShouldntComplain · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

I own two of these and use one with my LG 34UM67. It works pretty well.

u/SmokierSword · 1 pointr/battlestations

Maybe it was [this one?](! Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms Fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27", VESA 75 and 100 (MI-752) I can't tell if you're using a dual arm mount like that one, or two single mounts, like [this.](! Monitor Arm Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable Fits 20 21 23 24 27 30 32 Screens Height Adjustable Tilt Swivel Rotate, Clamp Base (MI-751)

Do let me know if you can, I'm looking to do this exact same setup with an ultrawide center and regular monitor in portrait beside it. Thanks!

u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

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u/Overclocked11 · 1 pointr/battlestations

Thanks for comment!

I am using an el cheapo Mount It single arm. Its barely holding it, but it gets the job done.

u/StealingKegs · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I ran a triple set up for quite a while with three Asus pb278q, unless times have changed finding stands for 27" monitors is difficult as most seem to hold up to a max of ~24". I ended up using two articulating arms, one which held two monitors and another which held one. It worked extremely well actually, anytime I wanted to move a monitor it could be easily moved into place. They were similar to this

Oh and make sure to not use hdmi to one monitor, I ended up with constant brown outs and the only reason I could figure out why is because the audio signal going to one monitor caused it to crash. will soon become your favourite place, they have a program which makes many games work well with tri screen setups. Fixes UI etc

u/Scoutdrago3 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
u/The_Chroniclers · 1 pointr/battlestations

I think it might be this one

u/morningreis · 1 pointr/buildapc


I have these. They are excellent quality, and incredibly sturdy. The pictures don't do it justice. When you see it in person you'll understand how heavy-duty they are. I used these to hold two 27" monitors up and it was excellent. Great value for money.

u/KadenChynoweth · 1 pointr/battlestations
u/Bar_Har · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

If your monitor has standard VESA monitor mount screw holes in the back you will have a whole universe of alternate stands to pick from.

What is a VESA mount?

Some suggestions:

u/az0606 · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace

Been using this with my LG 34um95c without problems. Pretty plain and utilitarian though.

u/e86m · 1 pointr/buildapc

Definitely these - they make a large difference:

Monitor mounts - frees up a bunch of desk space and lets you tilt/rotate/move closer etc

Large mouse mat - much better than having to line up your keyboard or be restricted to a small pad

Microphone boom arm - cheap and gets the mic up off the desk freeing up space. Pair this with a pop filter and it even looks ok

Then obviously the main peripherals like audio, kb/m, monitors, desk, chair, etc

u/Zarknox · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace
u/piemeister · 1 pointr/battlestations

Sure! It's actually a dual monitor stand, of which I removed the second arm:

Here's the single monitor version, apparently produced by a different company, but it looks JUST like mine with only one arm:

u/PedoViking9000 · 1 pointr/buildapc

You can give this a try. Someone on this subreddit posted his/her setup and he/she is using the stands I linked. Here's a link to the album of the setup with the stands.

u/Syphlyn · 1 pointr/buildapc

I found this "ultimate" one which guarantees no dead/stuck pixels. It's $15 more then then "pixel perfect" one.

If I'm going to get one I think it'll be that one. How hard are they to overclock?

edit: will probably get this stand as I hear the stand that comes with it is cheap as hell.

u/McMurry · 1 pointr/Monitors

I have a movable stand from Ergotron
Ergotron LX Desk Mount

Its awesome, very sturdy, and allows me to swing that monitor around without much trouble.

This amazon basics appears very similar, is cheaper and has great reviews: AmazonBasics Single Monitor Display Mounting Arm

I also have one of these for a monitor I dont need to move about:
Mount-It! MI-751 Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount

Cheap, sturdy, I have no complaints and would buy another if and when I end up with a 3rd monitor.