All Customer Reviews For DRTV3260SV
Overall 3 out of 5 | 4 RatingsWrite Review For DRTV3260SV
The overall quality of the display is great, and the "trap door" at the back with the power bar is fantastic. Easy to put together and arrived sooner than expected. Sadly, the way the TV mounts are designed to sit flush with the top of the stand, there is NO space for cords depending on where they sit on the back of your display, so we will have to drill out a giant hole and re-manufacture the mounting bracket to be able to use this display. This could be resolved with a more "open" design in the Vesa mount. Also, if you are using a non-standard configuration (like 400x200) this mount, and thus the display, will be useless. Great looking and nice finish, just wish that more thought had gone into the design.
Straightforward and works
Easy to assemble with good stability. I'm using a 22 inch touch screen and there's just a slight wobble if someone taps the screen hard.
display stand review
We are using this display stand for an all-in-one computer for a kiosk. It looks great and will work for our purposes. There are two design flaws: first, when using the 100 Vesa mounting plate, the screws interfere with the sliding mount and second, the mounting plate covers the cable channel for the power cord which pinches any cords running through the slot. To compensate, we had to wedge something between the plate and the stand so the cords weren't pinched.
Functional, but with some minor design flaws
The stand looks great, and is sturdy enough for the 23" All-In-One we mounted. The assembly instructions lack enough information. I had to figure out on my own which screws were used to put the stand together, and which screws were used to attach the mounting bracket to the back of the monitor/computer. There's a hole in the top of the stand to feed the power cord down, but the mounting plate covers that hole. I had to feed the power cord before mounting the display, and the cord makes an awkward bend and is squeezed tightly by the mounting bracket. The "easy mount" bracket is not very easy, as the screw heads that attach the bracket to the device interfere with sliding the bracket onto the stand. I had to leave off the washers for the two lower mounting screws, just to have clearance to mount. When I figured all of that out - the stand works, but those design elements could be improved.