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LX Wall Mount Keyboard Arm

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  • Arm extends keyboard up to 35" (89 cm) ; 13" (33 cm) height adjustment
  • Ergonomic back-tilt keyboard tray ensures wrists remain in a neutral position during data entry-avoid repetitive street injuries while increasing comfort and productivity
  • Mouse tray slides out to left or right, depending on user preference
  • Ergonomic back-tilt keyboard tray ensures wrists remain in a neutral position during data entry-avoid repetitive stree injuries while increasing comfort and productivity
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Color Silver Black, White Black Grey
Dimensions 10.9 inches x 20.1 inches x 6.8 inches 4.5 inches x 17 inches x 11 inches 0.24 inches x 8.9 inches x 26.97 inches 11.2 inches x 20.75 inches x 6.1 inches
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Ergotron
  • Model: 45-246-026
  • Color Name: Silver
  • Hardware Platform: Pc
  • Height: 10.9 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.1 x 6.8 x 10.9 inches ; 10.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003B430M2
  • Item model number: 45-246-026
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 22, 2009

Product Description

Lx keyboard arm, wall mount.

Customer Reviews

Very sturdy and well made.
Nancy Healy
There are no additional complications since the ball joint on the LX monitor arm is more than sturdy enough to stay put when resting your arms on the tray.
Comie Zapr
The grouping worked out perfectly freeing up floor space to make the plotter area much more efficient with the area available.
Barbara Sievert

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Comie Zapr on September 14, 2012
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The LX arm is really nice, and really solid, but the final segment of arm that holds the keyboard tray is very badly designed.

The keyboard tray itself is of poor quality for the price. The tray is made of plastic and the extendable side pieces that are intended to hold a mouse are very flimsy and flexible; when resting my hand on the side piece it bends significantly. This is unwelcome in a product at this price point.

The real problem with the product, though, is a fundamental design flaw. Unlike the LX monitor arm there is no way to adjust the rotation of the keyboard tray, or adjust its tilt forward. This becomes an issue because the weight of the arm and tray puts enough torque on the system that the tray ends up tilted slightly to the left or right and either forward or backward, depending on how the thing is mounted. The end result is a keyboard tray that is tilted and no way to compensate for it through adjustments. It is a downright stupid design decision to add cost to the product and remove flexibility.

A much better alternative is to buy the LX monitor arm and have a metal shop make a custom tray that mounts to the VESA mount on that arm. The end result is a much better, and somewhat less expensive product. In this proposed keyboard tray you end up with a tray that has no flex and has full rotation and tilt adjustments. There are no additional complications since the ball joint on the LX monitor arm is more than sturdy enough to stay put when resting your arms on the tray.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Nelson on October 23, 2011
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I wanted to get rid of my desk to maximize floor space in my small apartment. The shortest mainstream keyboard trays require 17" of mounting depth, making mounting them on a shelf impractical. Humanscale makes a nice looking 11" track but the whole shebang is upwards of $350.

I mounted this keyboard arm on the wall underneath a similar arm for my monitor. I can now sit or stand and have my keyboard (kinesis advantage), mouse, and monitor at the correct height. Everything folds up next to the wall when we have company. I installed small shelves for the speakers and other stuff I want within reach.

The look of the wall with shiny robot arms coming out of it is undeniably awesome.

My only gripe is that the tray bounces a little when typing. It doesn't make it difficult to type but it is noticeable. I haven't had it long enough to say if it will be an annoyance or not, but Cornell Ergonomics guidelines say to make sure your work surface doesn't wobble.
I also wish the tightness of the keyboard tray fold-up joint was adjustable, like the other joints. Mine is pretty tight, and makes it awkward to fold up completely flat against the wall.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Luis on May 13, 2011
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The arm was fairly easy to assemble. It is heavy, but that allows it to be durable. The instructions about loosening and tightening the spring shock is difficult to understand, but once you figured it out it works ok. Overall it is a really good product. The only problem is the mouse pad slides too much, causing any mouse to fall to the floor if you bump into the arm. Other than that, I would recommend it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By N J Flint on August 3, 2013
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Does not come with regular wall mount like it implied- comes with mount for concrete or wood only. Only adjustable from level to up and side to side; does not angle down or lower arm. Also, mouse tray slides way too easily from side to side, would like a little friction for it to be able to stay in place. Appears to be good quality metal but be prepared to adjust tension way down just to make arm moveable. Comes with all those tools and how-to notes. Only after you buy it and read the instructions does it say 'wall track and brackets sold separately'; but it does not give part/model numbers to get.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pablo on April 22, 2012
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Excellent product, quick mail out. Easy instillation and very happy with purchase. Product seems very study and seems that it will last for a long time!
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By Nancy Healy on July 12, 2014
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Very sturdy and well made. We also ordered the extension arm to it would expand a little further. It's attached to a stud in the wall and reaches approximately 32 inches if fully extended. The tray is a little bouncy for typing but I let it rest on the arms of my chair. It perfectly meets a need for me and I'm very happy with this product.
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By BuyTheThings on June 19, 2014
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I already owned a single Ergotron arm for holding my monitor. Loved it. Talked with Ergotron tech support and they said that I could probably add this wall mount arm to my existing pole and use both together. So I did and they both indeed fit on the same pole.

However, my issue was that the tray would vibrate quite a lot as I would type and I couldn't really rest my wrists on it without making it move out of place. This was unrelated to the fact that it was attached to the desk pole instead of a wall.

PLUS the mouse tray was really janky. They use an extremely cheap setup to make the tray glide from one side to the other. They placed two thin pieces of tape on 2 small plastic divisions underneath the tray. That was supposed to make the tray glide. Probably not a great idea to begin with. However, the tape was maybe 1/4" wide and the plastic division it was stuck to was probably 1/20" wide. So it's like trying to make cellophane tape stay put on a toothpick. Of course the tape started falling off the thing as soon as I started using it and within just a few minutes, it came off one end and got stuck inside the keyboard holder. I had to rip the tape apart to get the tray to move.

Returned it and went with the Ergotron Workfit-S instead. Much more stable.
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