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Ergotron LX HD Sit-Stand Desk Mount LCD Arm - Mounting Kit
- 20-Inch (51 cm) height range allows users to move between sitting and standing positions while they interact with the Display
- Extends LCD up to 33" (84 cm), push your Display out of the way when not in use
- Increase viewing comfort - help reduce eye, back and neck strain
- Upgrade LCD monitors and TVs with improved ergonomic adjustment
- Patented CF motion technology provides premium ease-of-use adjustment
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Important to mention is this kit includes a VESA mount so there is no need to purchase the one Ergotron sell separately...well for the Cintiq 27QHD anyway. Once all mounted you have to adjust the lift tension so the arm supports the screen when it is raised. The mount has built in cable management, which is a nice touch.
I was extremely impressed with the tilt, lift, rotate and pan range of motion. This stand allows me to work standing up and when I want to sit down I can grab the screen and move it into place effortlessly. There is a little bit of screen shake when the screen is lifted but you get used to it and it's barely noticeable after a while. Just ensure you have a solid desk to attach this to (recommend viewing the online manual for desk thickness) and you won't regret the purchase!
A few things to note.
First - the desk clamp is quite poor on this and you'll find you'll have to keep going round all 3 camps to tighten them as one will come loose. Eventually they will all tighten.
Second - for the desk clamp it comes with a 8mm head for a ratchet. But you will need a ratchet handle to attach it to.
Third - The Cintiq is a 200x100mm VESA fixing. The arm does come with an adapter however I wouldn't trust it to hold heavy monitors. So for peace of mind I'd get a solid !STEEL!VESA mount.
Finally - This is a heavy arm especially with the Cintiq attached or a heavy TV. Make sure your desk is thick enough and not made from flexible wood as this could potentially damage thin desk tops.
Other than that make sure once monitor is mounted put enough tension in the arm to hold it. For the Cintiq you will need to crank it pretty much max. So be careful when removing the monitor. I'd suggest releasing all tension first before removing monitor.
ALL THE TOOLS and all the pieces tropical plastic packed ALL clearly printed direct to the plastic everything as it should be.
Included allen keys
Except a Philips screwdriver.
It also includes extra fingers to make a 200 x 100 mount as used on Wacom Cintiq 27" tablet
However I purchased a 200 x 100 steel mount for around £6.50 as I was advised sometimes the fingers move slightly. My personal choice.
Excellent instructions - pictures
Excellent price versus quality.
Pleasure to work with, even the box is a quality item. Support was excellent when enquiring about models nothing was too much trouble for them.
I was planning on getting the proper ergo stand for my Cintiq, but the price of that kept going up and up, so I settled on this after a friend recommended it for the same reason. It hold the weight of that with no problem, it's super-versatile and will easily accommodate working standing up and in portrait orientation too. The Cintiq wobbles slightly when you're working, but really not that much at all and that was my main concern before I used it. Plus, it's freed up most of the work space on my desk, which in itself is useful. Just have someone handy when you fit it, as you need a lot of tension wound into the arm, so it will try to uppercut you if you let go of it when fitting.
I use a larger vesa mount with mine (the mount for the cintiq is 200x100), but honestly, the brackets supplied were fine with it too, I just look for any excuse to burn more money on problems that don't need solving.
The next thing I need is a more substantial desk, as the flimsy ikea one I've currently got does not have the mass to act as a counterweight for this now, so that might also be something to be aware of.
It needed a lot of tightening until it could keep the tablet steadily up in the air, and the springs seems to sag shortly after tightening, but that's okay because the tablet stays 99,9% of the time supported by the desk.
Ordered two more now I've seen the quality and performance first hand.