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Promoted 11-07-2014 by yuugotserved at 11:12 PM View Original Post
Monoprice.com has their Monoprice 3-Way Tilting Desk Mount Bracket for $19.88 - 10% off with promotion code PREBF10 = $17.89. Shipping is free. Thanks arealMESSiah

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This bracket fits monitors up to 33lbs in weight with either 50x50, 75x75, or 100x100 VESA mounting pattern.

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Edited November 7, 2014 at 06:07 PM by cricket702
3 Way Adjustable Tilting Desk Mount Bracket for LCD LED (Max 33Lbs, 13~30inch) - Black [monoprice.com]

$19.88 - 10% with code PREBF10 = $17.89

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The promo code is site-wide (thread here).

I have this desk mount bracket and am using it with a 27" monitor, and it's stable, sturdy, and easy to adjust.
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Last Edited by jkloisdafoiwdaf November 7, 2014 at 08:46 PM
Clamps to surfaces between 0.87" ~ 2.25" thick

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Holds monitors up to 30" and 33-lbs.Great!
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damn, i just bought this 3 weeks ago for $22
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In 4 2, thanks!
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nice share, thanks op. i tried to rep you but it won't let me for some reason :S
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People still have 30" TVs? I thought those went extinct with the dinosaurs and betamax. I have a 65" one and that's the smallest among all those that I know. Some of my friends have stadium sized displays. Another one has got a screen so large and so bright you can't stare at it directly because it'll burn your retina. The Russians made the mistake of zooming their spy satellite on his screen and their craft crashed after going mad.
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Hold monitors! Great!
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People still have 30" TVs? I thought those went extinct with the dinosaurs and betamax. I have a 65" one and that's the smallest among all those that I know. Some of my friends have stadium sized displays. Another one has got a screen so large and so bright you can't stare at it directly because it'll burn your retina. The Russians made the mistake of zooming their spy satellite on his screen and their craft crashed after going mad.

Projectors bro.

Once you get used to watching video and playing games on a 150 inch screen, it's hard to go back.
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People still have 30" TVs? I thought those went extinct with the dinosaurs and betamax. I have a 65" one and that's the smallest among all those that I know. Some of my friends have stadium sized displays. Another one has got a screen so large and so bright you can't stare at it directly because it'll burn your retina. The Russians made the mistake of zooming their spy satellite on his screen and their craft crashed after going mad.
Cool story, bro.
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Been using this with my Vizio M321i-A2 works great.
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People still have 30" TVs? I thought those went extinct with the dinosaurs and betamax. I have a 65" one and that's the smallest among all those that I know. Some of my friends have stadium sized displays. Another one has got a screen so large and so bright you can't stare at it directly because it'll burn your retina. The Russians made the mistake of zooming their spy satellite on his screen and their craft crashed after going mad.
On the other hand, some of us do things with our lives.
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People still have 30" TVs? I thought those went extinct with the dinosaurs and betamax. I have a 65" one and that's the smallest among all those that I know. Some of my friends have stadium sized displays. Another one has got a screen so large and so bright you can't stare at it directly because it'll burn your retina. The Russians made the mistake of zooming their spy satellite on his screen and their craft crashed after going mad.
This stand/bracket mounts to a desk, not to a wall. Most people use it for monitors.
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People still have 30" TVs? I thought those went extinct with the dinosaurs and betamax. I have a 65" one and that's the smallest among all those that I know. Some of my friends have stadium sized displays. Another one has got a screen so large and so bright you can't stare at it directly because it'll burn your retina. The Russians made the mistake of zooming their spy satellite on his screen and their craft crashed after going mad.

This really is nice for someone like me who doesn't want a 65 inch TV in my kitchen or garage.


... but I'm just buying one for my surveillance monitor. It should work great. Also, I'm guessing most people who work with a desktop computer a lot for actual productive work don't really desire to have anything much larger than a 30" monitor..... I use a 24" IPS, works great, plenty of space.


There was a great deal before for a fully articulating mount that held up to 55" tv's... I got in on that one for my LG 55" ... I was scared about the quality but it's held up well and kicks ass to have compared to the wall mount I had before.

I do have a 65" downstairs, but it really does overpower the entire room and can be obnoxious... I guess if you have the room size, go for it..
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