|Screen Size||32 inches|
|National Stock Number||7025-01-609-8368|
LX Desk Mount LCD Arm
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- Increase viewing comfort--help reduce eye, back and neck strain
- Cable management feature routes cables under the arm, out of the way
- Extends LCD up to 25" (64 cm); push your display out of the way when not in use
- Increase viewing comfort and help reduce eye, back and neck strain with improved ergonomic adjustment
- Patented CF motion technology provides easy adjustment; polished aluminum construction for great looks and durability
- Clamp and grommet mount base ensures stability of display and arm; includes theft deterrent anchor holes for cable locks
- Extends LCD up to 25 inches with 13-inch height range; push display out of the way when not in use
- Cable management feature routes cables under the arm, out of the way
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|Item Dimensions||10.6 x 18 x 6.93 in||6 x 25.6 x 16.2 in||17 x 18 x 6 in||22.4 x 45.9 x 22.6 in||14.75 x 25 x 7.5 in||16.8 x 5.2 x 18 in|
Durable polished aluminum construction! Tested to perform 10 times the expected life cycle of competitive offerings at a better price. Sleek and streamlined, the LX Arm frees up space and allows positioning of your display for greater productivity. Reposition you LCD with just a touch. Up, Down, Forward and Back the LX provides unparalleled range of motion.
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I've uploaded my work station just for a better understanding of how awesome this arm is capable of. :) Cheers and feel free to ask questions
Fortunately more than a few people have exclaimed that this particular arm works exceptionally well with that particular Cintiq. I have to concur.
This thing is a beast, made of solid aluminum and made with heavy-duty metal springs and joints, and while it says the rated weight is 20-25 pounds, I am fairly certain it is strong enough to hold far more (But dont quote me on that), as the 27QHD weighs just shy of 20 pounds and this thing does not even flinch when holding it in any position. It takes a bit of getting use to in order to properly attune it to the weight, but that goes for anything you put on it really. It also has wire management that allows you to run cops from the monitor through the frame of the arm itself, a couple twist ties for cord management, etc.
Which is another advantage this arm has over the stand: Positioning. While the Ergostand may be more stable overall, it can only move the screen vertically a small bit. The Ergotron XL Arm has much better movement and range, such as actually lifting it up so you can stand and use it at a comfortable height, move the screen to the side so you have space for other things when not in use, or even being able to completely rotate the screen around, which for a digital tablet is absolutely useful for getting those perfect strokes without having to mess with the actual application orientation, or for getting the right shape screen you would prefer, such as preferring "Portrait" over 'Landscape", for example. For someone that has to use this thing for hours and hours every day, the mobility the Arm affords you is indispensable for comfort and flexibility.
I believe the weight rating applies to the fact that with enough weight on the end of this thing floating around, it will be putting quite a bit of strain on the desk/table/whatever to which it is mounted, potentially causing enough strain to break the desk/table/whatever. Considering that whatever is attached to this thing most likely costs at least as much as the arm itself, I would assume you do not want that happening. However, even just the arms neutral position (Letting the top arm rest on top of the mounting bar) holds the monitor fairly well and still provides a wider range of motion than the Ergostand while not putting as much pressure on the desk as if the arm were extended.
For this particular device I had to use an adapter since the base VESA screws for this arm are only 100x100, but thats not a big deal, it works well with any adapter.
Overall very pleased with this purchase, a good investment no doubt.
A good arm mount like this just isn't for Cintiqs, everyone should have one of these who doesn't have a huge screen display! I can easily pull the screen down right into my face for reading small text in high res, move it up and tilt it to face downwards at me while reclining back in extreme comfort while gaming or watching movies, and easily push it back when I need to get up. For drawing this thing is awesome. Being able to pull my screen right into my face is so handy for drawing as I look to study small details., but it's equally impressive for entertainment use. I at all times can have the screen exactly where I want and even positions I never even considered. Should people have this much power I wonder.? Are we ready as a society?
The various sections of the arm are adjustable with the included tools, to make it as loose or as tight as you'd want. I did have to adjust the tension of each piece a little bit. Some were too tight, others too loose. Again this was easy to do, just follow the instructions and look at the diagrams carefully. I have seen no evidence of sagging or weakening, it's just as stiff as the day I got it, and even if it did start to loosen up, I can tighten the tension screws more. I have it tight enough that I don't move the screen while pushing the stylus pen on it, and yet loose enough that it takes very little muscle to put it into any position I want. Moving it or rotating to aid in drawing is so easy, easier then how it would work with the Cintiq's official included stand yet it also does so much more then it ever could.
Wacom should partner up with these guys and include the Ergotron with all tablets light enough to work well with them. Speaking of which, I got a 22hd not only because it's cheaper then a 24hd, but also because I knew it would be a better fit for the ergotron and how I'd use it, in addition to being under the max weight limit. This ergotron arm is so strong, and I could easily tighten it up to support even more weight. It would not surprise me at all if it can work well with the 24hd if you took off its' monstrous 60 pound stand, but technically even then you will still be over the weight limit.
The clamp base has holes in it, so you can also drill screws through it to make it more secure. I have not drilled any screws to reinforce it, nor would I want to. Like all pieces of this arm, the clamp is very heavy sturdy steal, and very tightly has been clamped into place. I tried to see if I could make it budge or make it slide around, and I can't. This is a much more solid stable clamp then the pictures show. The Cintiq and arm mount are not going to slip off and fall over unless my entire desk does. As stable as the ergotron is, there is a little shake as I press more firmly and work quickly with the stylus, but this isn't an issue imo, and a very small price to pay to have such a mobile screen.
My only complaints after a month and a half of heavy use, is I do think the instructions could have been.... better. And having a hallow part in the upper arm section to hold the cables, but to me that really isn't a big deal at all. I haven't used other lcd arms, so I can't say if this is the best one the market or not, I just know that for my needs this thing is legendary.
I knew I'd love this product, but I didn't know it would be so good that I wished I could rate it higher then a 5.