Desktop Monitor Stand with Laptop Computer Shelf, Fits Monitors 10" to 30" - Black

LCD Monitor Mounts
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  • Desk clamp can be manually removed and replaced with bolting system for permanent desk placement!
  • Adjustable bracket arm accommodates a TV while the other supports a laptop!
  • Tray detaches to accommodate another flat panel screen!
  • Design enables users to situate TVs vertically or horizontally!
  • VESA Compatible: 50mm x 50mm, 75mm x 75mm, 100mm x 100mm
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Description

LCD Monitor Mounts Accommodate a Notebook Computer


TV StandLCD monitor mounts, like these quality flat panel holders, have a removable clamp fixed to the bottom which can be detached and replaced with the included bolt for permanent placement! This security feature is most valued by those that use these stands to fasten expensive TV products and accessories. These computer rack workstations, LCD monitor mounts that utilize desk space efficiently measures 23-1/2" tall! When the TV bracket and tray is aligned parallel to one another, the maximum depth will measure 23-1/4"! These flat panel stands, LCD monitor mounts can hold (2) computer screens measuring up to 30", only when the shelf for accessories is removed! Both arm bracket clamps are VESA compatible and feature articulating qualities that allow users to display digital content to viewers at virtually any angle! Each swiveling display will save a considerable amount of space on a tabletop and can be a great way to organize desk accessories!Tabletop Stands

LCD monitor mounts used for organizing computer accessories can also be an effective way to improve productivity and shorten project lead-time! Designers, advertisers, accountants and other professions that may only have minimal desk space for digital drafting all enjoy the convenient features these stands provide! These VESA compatible desk top TV stands, LCD monitor mounts that include a laptop computer tray are often used at tradeshow conventions to display quick videos containing product information to exhibition attendees! Exhibitors can also use these arrangements to creatively obtain personal information from attendees as well. By providing a computer to guests, businesses can reassure private information is safe and cannot become lost in transport! An entry can be immediately recorded when connected to an internet source which can prove to be a great way to determine the number of visitors to a booth on a daily basis! LCD monitor mounts that are compatible to VESA bracket standards are ideal for anyone!

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Specifications

SKU LTMLT1LP8
Overall Width x Height x Depth 42.0" x 23.5" x 23.3"
Shelf Width x Depth 12.0" x 11.5"
Weight 10.0lbs
Material Aluminum
Color Black
Placement Style Counter / Tabletop, Clip-on / Clamp Base
Orientation Portrait, Landscape
Features Adjustable Height
Monitor Size Range, (inches) 10, 30
VESA Size 75x75, 100x100, 50x50
Bracket Type Tilting, Rotating, Articulating, Panning
Max Monitor Weight 18.0lbs
Shelf Thickness 0.75"

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Resources: Manuals, Videos, & Templates

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5 / 5
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The laptop tray sags a little to the side, but I've got something propping my laptop up just a bit. Other than that, it's perfect.

Left a comment, but will post here. There are two leveling screws under the plastic laptop tray. Once I removed the tray I was able to level the mount and now I'm good to go. Changing my stars from 4/5 to 5/5!
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Hi Luther, Thank you for your feedback.

Posted one year ago by Displays2go


Wanted to follow up. Heather from support helped me get this fixed! It turned out that the laptop tray has two leveling screws. To locate them, I had to remove the laptop tray from the arm. Now my laptop doesn't lean to the right!

Posted one year ago by Luther H.



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