Compucessory CCS25303 soporte de mesa para pantalla plana - Soporte para televisor (Ajustes de altura, Negro)
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- Adjustable monitor stand lifts CRT or LCD monitors to a comfortable viewing height while creating a storage area under monitor
- Height can be adjusted by removing or adding riser sections
- Monitor stands 1-1/2"" high with one riser or 3-3/4"" high with two risers.
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Descripción del producto
Ajustes de altura: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Estanterías ajustables: Si
Interruptor de encendido/apagado integrado: No
Número de pantallas soportadas: 1
Operado remotamente: No
Pie de goma: No
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Out of the box, you receive:
- a platform with short legs
- two sets of riser legs (that each add 1 and 3/8" of height)
- a pair of crossbars with padded feet (that's what forms the lower front edge in the picture.
BEWARE if you buy this item - it is not easy to change the height of the stand after you snap the feet in place! I assumed that I wanted the shortest height (~ 1.75") and wouldn't need the riser legs. So, I snapped the crossbars onto the bottom of the platform. BIG mistake. The stand wasn't quite tall enough, and getting those crossbars out was next to impossible. The crossbars snap into place with plastic pegs. Because the crossbars are so thin, there's no leverage for removing them... It was quite a struggle to get them off, and of course, I had the bad luck of accidentally breaking off one of the pegs -- which then remained stuck in the hole of the base. Getting that piece out was a whole other challenge that involved chipping away at the plastic with a screw, nail and hammer, and some other random tool. In the end, I did get the broken peg out and was able to add a set of riser legs. But it was quite an annoying hassle! Given that this stand just sits on a desk with a heavy object on top, I don't see why it needs to be made with such tight-fitting pegs. There are certainly other ways to make something stackable.
All of this aside, it's a sturdy item and hard to beat for the price.
One thing to note is that once they sides are snapped together they are very hard to pry apart, which is probably good for its structural integrity. I accidentally installed the sides backwards but was able to get them apart with a plastic putty knife.
I wish the sides were open, then again that does help hide the cables better.