To simplify the monitor mount selection process, we have defined the monitor mounts by number of monitors supported and the size and weight the mount will support. We are always expanding our single, dual monitor mount, triple monitor mount and quad monitor mount selection, as well as a mix of monitor and keyboard mounts, monitor and laptop mounts and monitor and tablet mounts.
And since everyone doesn't fit in one box, feel free to use our LIVE CHAT tool to speak to one of our product experts; we are adding new mounting solutions every day and have access to many more mounts than you'll see on our website.
A few things to consider when Selecting a Monitor Mount or Monitor Arm:
Is my Monitor Compatible with the Mount I will Choose: Most manufacturers use a universal mounting pattern called VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) that allows the mounting of your computer monitor to a monitor mount. For this reason, it's important that you know what mounting pattern your monitor has, and compare that with the mount specifications. Noone wants to get their new computer monitor mount, only to find out their monitor won't mount to it. But not to worry, we are your mount specialist.
Will the Mount I Choose Accommodate the Size and Weight of my Monitor: We have clearly listed the monitor size, weight and the number of monitors the mount will support. Many monitors are now widescreen and if your mounting more than one, it's crucial to check the width parameters of the desk monitor mount or desk arm before purchasing. Same with weight, if you have an articulating arm, and the mechanism is designed for certain weights to work properly, make sure you check for weight compatibility.
Will the Mount I Choose Attach to my Desk without Modification: If you choose a C-Clamp, which is most popular, it's important to know if your desk will have a deep enough lip so that the c-clamp mount will firmly attach to the desk. If not, you might consider a grommet mount. Grommet mounts also need consideration as a grommet needs to mount through a hole in your desktop surface so permanent modification of your desk may be needed. But more and more desks already have a grommet hole that can be used for this purpose. Again, if you have any questions, use our LIVE CHAT; we are happy to help and our mount specialist are standing by to assist you.