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Atdec VF-AT-NK Notebook Arm Accessory for VF-AT, VF-AT-NP and VF-M (for notebooks up to 18″), Brushed Aluminum
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- Notebook Arm Accessory that Supports laptops up to 18″ and weighing up to 17.6lbs in weight
- Designed to be used in conjunction with a separate keyboard and mouse
- Fully adjustable Compatible with the VF-AT, VF-M, VF-AT-NP
- All mounting hardware included
- 10 year warranty
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From the Manufacturer
The Visidec VF-AT-NK is an upgrade accessory for the Focus desk mount range. It creates desk space, helps improve productivity and reduces the potential for occupational injury. The ventilated tray supports notebooks of up to 18 inch and features moveable feet for easy front panel function and connector access. It has an arm that can be adjusted for optimum height and position to ensure a healthy posture. Integrated cable management ensures reduce clutter with a healthier, more productive workspace.
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Product Key Features:
Maximum Load:8 kg (17.5 lbs)
Notebook Compatibility:Notebook Mount supports Notebooks up to 18 inch.
Mounting Option:Visidec Focus Notebook Mount Accessory to be used in conjunction with Visidec pole products:
Cable Management:Cable management system includes cable slot and cable management clips.
Range of movement:
The Visidec range incorporates contemporary and stylish designed PC flat screen mounts, for both office and home applications. Visidec is available in single, dual, and quad configurations. Visidec's FlexiStar (available on selected products) is a unique, universal mounting hole attachment, making choosing a mount for your monitor even simpler. The Visidec range combines value, functionality, and ease of installation, boosted by award winning designs that add sophistication to any work space.
Top Customer Reviews
However, it isn't quite as solid as I'd like. I'm focusing on the improvements I'd like to see, but don't be put off - this really is a 4+ star product.
* It wiggles as I type
* the Arm isn't tight enough around the pole - it has about 1-5 degrees of play. This isn't too bad - gravity pulls it down to the lower end of the range, but it means the laptop sits crooked - enough that I notice. This can be resolved by taking apart the arm just below the laptop and loosening the swivel screen so you can rotate the laptop tray without moving the arm - don't overlossen, you still want this adjustment stiff. Small swivel adjustments in this away allowed me to bring my laptop back to perfectly level.
* The "feet" that stop the laptop from sliding off are way too tall from my macbook - by more than 2x. I've found a way to position them so they don't get in the way too much, but still bump in to them often. It would be nice if there were two sizes of feet to choose from.
* You can't slide the arm up and down the pole easily. I was hoping for a quick release mechanism so I could adjust the hight if I wanted to sit or stand. It takes a lot of effort to get it into position and locked down. Once you get it right, you won't want to adjust it again.
=== HOW I USE THE PRODUCT ===
I use the Altec VF-AT-NK Focus Monitor Arm Single for one laptop and the pole assembly (VF-AT-NBC), which includes a second arm and stand for the second laptop. The pole assembly includes an arm without a stand. It is necessary to purchase both the VF-AT-NK and the VF-AT-NBC to use two laptops. When I got both units, I removed the NBC arm without the stand and slid the NK arm with stand on the pole assembly in its place. That stand arm sits on top of the other stand arm, so that laptop is higher by about 2". I'll call it the "upper laptop" below.
The pole assembly is designed to sit on a desk, so it is not long enough to use on the floor, and Altec does not sell just the pole alone. My husband attached the bottom of the pole to a length of galvanized pipe and used a pipe fitting to secure it. He painted the pipe with silver paint to match the NBC pole. He attached the bottom of the pipe to a wooden platform that he painted to match the floor and put a large weight on top of the platform to steady everything.
=== HOW THE PRODUCT HAS CHANGED MY LIFE ===
I know that I'm not the typical user, but I can honestly say that this product has changed my life. I used to feel trapped under my tilting bed tray when I was working, so I didn't get up much and couldn't very quickly.Read more ›
I also have a 17" Alienware laptop, or as i call it, my small boat anchor, that need a home on my desk somewhere.
With this arm my setup is well balanced. It accommodates my beast of a gaming laptop and my monitor, but just barely. And I mean JUST barely.
If you have heavy items like I do, I would highly suggest that you drill the 1/8 hole in your desk and install that route. The C-clamp bracket thing should work fine if you have smaller ticket items.
Again, great product for the cost and just because it says it can take a laptop up to 17lbs and 24" monitors doesn't mean you have to.
Now I am using it to move notebook behind display and to free desk, I am using notebook in clam-shell mode, so this not a big deal for me.
In this case, its pricey, but it really works quite well, heavy metal components; when you tighten something it stays tight.
It would be nice to have bit more degrees of freedom on the notebook mount itself, and sure I would like it to be rock solid (which it is not) but I have no fear at all that it will suddenly shift or that the notebook would drop off.
make sure to keep an eye on which kit you are buying, some include the main mounting pole, and some do NOT...
pricey, but it works well...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Returned unit. On buying page it looked like everything was included but pole mount and desk mount was not. Bat described productPublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good quality as advertised, not terribly sturdy but holds 1 or laptops which is what I want!Published 20 months ago by Mr. H.
Not great. The arms are made of thick aluminum, but the joints are not great. For the money, you could definitely do better.Published 21 months ago by Shaun J. Lindow