HP Single Monitor Arm - Soporte para televisor (Negro, Metal, HP rp3000 Point of Sale System HP rp5700 Point of Sale System, 60,96 cm (24"))
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Color del producto: Negro
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Compatibilidad de tamaño de pantalla: 24
Operado remotamente: No
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Another thing the description missed is the desk clamp's thickness capacity. The desk clamp is basically two assemblies: 1) the bracket the arm base attaches to, and 2) the hand screw that tightens it all to the desk. The screw can bolt to the bracket in three possible positions, each 1" apart -- and a hex-key is included so you can take it apart and reassemble it where needed.
In the first position, and the screw retracted fully, the arm can be clamped to desks that are approximately thinner than 5/8" (in this position I couldn't attach it to a 3/4" desk). In the middle position, the arm can be clamped to desks that are approximately 3/4" to 1 3/4". And in the widest position, the arm can be clamped to desks up to approximately 2 1/2" thick, maybe a tad more. The screw itself can be tightened through a range of 1 1/4". Again, this is all approximate because I didn't make measurements until after it was attached and I was writing this review.
There is a second mounting method. Parts are provided to eliminate the clamp and convert the arm base so it can be attached via a bolt through a hole in the desk. This has the potential to be more sturdy -- there will be no flex without the clamp -- and also will allow mounting inward from the edge of the desk (i.e., the regular clamp can of course only be attached at the edge, but this method permits mounting anywhere on your desk you are willing to drill a hole). The bolt provided for this mounting method is only long enough for a 2 1/2" desk, but you can always buy a longer bolt.
All in all, the unit seems to be well made, mechanically sturdy and tight. The paint is good. The cable management is minimal.
The monitor can be moved through six axis: up and down, side to side, tilt and twist. Each section of the arm is 12", meaning if you have a clear path to the surroundings, it can move 2 feet to either side (i.e., 4 feet total), and 2 feet forward and backward (or, in the odd situation, even 4' if you were to swing it around to another desk behind your own. The center of the monitor can be as low as 7" off the desk surface, or as high as 17.5" off the desk.
The unit comes with an adjustable desk clamp which should work on any thickness of desk up to 2.8-inches. It also comes with the standard hole-drilling plate with 3-inch-long bolt, 3-inch by 2-inch backing plate and wing nut if you want to drill it into any surface.
I was happily surprised to find out it supports the rotation of the monitor in either direction a full 90-degrees, a fact I didn't see in the item specifications at the time I purchased it.
I mounted a Dell U2410 which weighs 14.3 pounds (6.50 Kg) without the stand (that's what Dell claims, I believe its more like 16-pounds). This arm states it will support up to 20-pounds. I had to tighten the height adjustment screw with the included 4mm allen wrench so it wouldn't float down. In order adjust that screw, the top portion of the monitor arm needs to be fully extended upward (like in the picture) so the adjustment bolt is exposed head-on instead of at an angle. This can be a problem if the monitor arm wants to float down.
The top (showing) desk plate takes up about 4.5-inches deep by 6-inches wide by approximately 1/2-inch thick. The top plate has rounded corners and edges, which is hard to see in the supplied Amazon images. The round logo in the pictures has an HP logo written in 1/8-inch relief, it's entirely black and comes with a round clear sticker protecting it. The logo can be removed from underneath via two Phillips-head screws, but there is no blank plastic part to replace the logo. I plan on covering the HP logo with some electrical or gaffers tape. The top plate has 4 rubber/foam pads to contact the desk surface and help the tension on the clamp while reducing any desk gouging that might occur with bare metal.
On the underside of the desk, when using the clamp, expect to use 4-inches of desk depth. This could become a problem on cheap desks from Sauder or similar companies that often have a support rail no fewer than 2-inches from the rear underside of the desk. Most flat-surface Ikea desks or cubical-style desks should be fine in this regard.
Upon full extension and/or rotation expect to use 3-feet of additional cable if the goal is to run cables discretely along the path of the entire length and height of this monitor arm without pulling cables taunt. The underside of the middle segment of the arm has a cable hide-away plastic cover with two channels. A quality DVI cable is almost thick enough to entirely occupy one of these single channels. With a power cable, a single DVI cable and one USB cable, snapping the plastic cover back into place can be a bit of a chore. There is no discrete way to hide the cables behind the desk pole upright without the use of twisty ties or zip ties. There is no channel along the monitor-end of the arm for cables, the instructions state to zip tie cables to keyholes under that segment. I recommend twisty ties since they are more forgiving and adjustable later on.
I suspect this robust base could be used to support two of the articulating arms if the adjustment collar for the bottom arm was low enough (included 2.5mm Allen wrench for the adjustment of the collar). Just buy two of these units for a dual-arm setup on a single mounting plate. It will be a fraction of the excessive Ergotron price. The metal backing plate is 1/4-inch steel and feels very stout, there's a semi-circle in it to make it even more rigid. The entire build is very high quality. While there certainly are plastic parts, there is steel where it counts.
I happen to have a sit-stand desk, so surface weight is a concern. This monitor arm comes in at 10-pounds without a monitor. It's a bit heavier than the Dell bases that normally come with the monitors.
The monitor arm can articulate all the way back to the vertical pole without extending the elbow past the back edge of the desk. This is important if the desk is right against a wall. When the monitor is like that, the center plate is about three inches off the base center. So looking straight on it will appear the monitor is off center in comparison with the base.
For under a hundred US dollars this monitor arm would be impossible to compare with anything else offered at the time I purchased it. Every other unit with this many features was at least 40 US dollars more. Many monitor arms don't support the 90-degree screen rotate, but this one does, and in both directions.
I now own 3 of these monitor arms. They hold various 24-inch IPS Dell units. I tried mounting two arms to one base, but the geometry is off for side-by-side flush mounting unless I extended the arms pretty far away from the wall my desk is against. If you'd like to use one base for a few screens, there will be a gap between them. I'm still very happy with each unit.