Our wide selection of mounts and stands give you an additional method of customizing your device, whether you need to mount multiple LCD monitors to your desk or secure a tablet for a minimalistic storefront. Our Monmount series of monitor stands and mounts allow you to securely connect up to 6 flat panel monitors to the computer of your choice, with adjustable tilt, pivot, and rotation for each monitor. We also offer a range of sturdy flat panel TV mounts for permanently attaching your TV to your chosen wall. With some models able to securely support up to 130 pounds, we can provide a mount for even the largest flat panel TV's on the market.
What types of mounts are out there?
We specialize in all types of mounts for computers, TVs, Laptops, and tablets. The first decision you need to make when looking for a mount is how many screens you will be dealing with and what is most important to you from a usage standpoint - Whether you're building a home theater, gaming setup, or just trying to save some desk space. The most popular categories are dual monitor mounts (which includes the #1 Best Selling Monmount LCD-194 Dual Monitor Stand), triple lcd mounts, and quad mounts. Each of these will secure the corresponding number of LCD screens so they are great for many different types of applications from kiosks, workstations, or surveillance monitoring to playing poker online across multiple screens or even stock trading. We've seen people use their mounts for a lot of different reasons. If you're looking to mount a TV to the wall you will want to go to a different category - the TV Mounts. There you can shop by the size & weight of your television to find what you need to securely mount your TV to the wall in your home or office. Choose a swiveling or flip down TV mount if you want to be able to pull it from the wall and move it in a variety of directions for versatile visibility angles. If you don't want that, choose a stationary mount for the most secure hold.
Why get a monitor mount?
Monitor mounts, whether they one or more screens, are helpful devices in that they hold the display off of the desk, which often allows for more open desk space and a more ergonomic computer experience. Other features most mounts share are horizontal swivel, vertical tilt, arm extension, and height adjustment. Many mounts also provide clips for managing cables to keep a neat and orderly work area.
What type of monitor mounts are there?
Aside from the number of displays a mount can hold, the three main types of monitor mounts are weighted base mounts, wall mounts, and c-clamp mounts. Weighted mounts simply sit on top of your desk and have a heavy weighted base that acts as ballast, allowing them to stay securely upright when supporting your monitor. Wall mounts are more permanent, as they are installed into the wall using screws and other mounting hardware. Be sure to locate a stud to attach the mount to, as drywall is usually not strong enough to support the weight of a monitor. Weighted mounts and wall mounts are great for desks that are topped in glass or other materials that are not especially strong or robust. For sturdier furniture, a C-clamp mount would be a great addition, as they are installed onto your desk, counter, or table top by using a clamp at the base of the mount to grab onto a portion of the ledge of the top surface.
How do I know my monitor is compatible with mounts?
The universal standard for monitor mounts is VESA Flat Display Mounting Interface (FDMI), and is mostly referred to as VESA mounting patterns. The most common VESA mounting patterns use four screw holes on the back of your monitor, and are between 75mm x 75mm to 200mm x 200mm in size, but there are variations. If your monitor has a VESA mounting pattern, then it is compatible with a mount equipped with the same pattern.
What should I be looking for in a TV Mount?
The main factor you should consider when browsing our selection of TV mounts is the intended usage of the TV. We carry models that tilt, pivot, extend, or even stay completely still, so decide how much flexibility you'd like in your display and have a look! The next option to consider is the mounting bracket size of your TV. Just like modern monitors, flat panel TV's also use the VESA system for to connect with their mount, so you just need to look up or measure the dimensions of your TV's VESA connections. Our mounts are compatible with a range of VESA mounting sizes, so make sure the model you choose is compatible with your TV.