Gabor MD-AD13MB LCD Monitor Desktop Mount with Articulating Arm (Black)

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Gabor MD-AD13MB LCD Monitor Desktop Mount with Articulating Arm (Black)
Key Features
  • Mounts a 13-27" Monitor to Your Desktop
  • Dual-Segment Arm
  • Multiple Points of Articulation
  • Attaches via Built-In Clamp
The black Gabor MD-AD13MB LCD Monitor Desktop Mount with Articulating Arm is designed for use with 13-27" monitors. It frees up valuable desktop space by conveniently attaching to your desk via a built-in clamp. It also enables personalized monitor placement for improved safety and comfort over conventional monitor stands. This desktop mount incorporates a dual-segment arm with multiple points of articulation to provide a full range of motion, making it easy to adjust your monitor's horizontal position, tilt, swivel, and roll.
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Gabor MD-AD13MB Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Dual-Segment Arm
  • 3Multiple Points of Articulation
  • 4Attaches via Built-In Clamp
  • 5Frees Up Valuable Desk Space
  • 6Integrated Cable Clips
  • 7Compatible with Recessed VESA Configurations

The black Gabor MD-AD13MB LCD Monitor Desktop Mount with Articulating Arm is designed for use with 13-27" monitors. It frees up valuable desktop space by conveniently attaching to your desk via a built-in clamp. It also enables personalized monitor placement for improved safety and comfort over conventional monitor stands. This desktop mount incorporates a dual-segment arm with multiple points of articulation to provide a full range of motion, making it easy to adjust your monitor's horizontal position, tilt, swivel, and roll.

Dual-Segment Arm

The dual-segment arm supports your LCD computer monitor for precise lateral movement. The arm can be locked down with the included 4mm hex key to prevent your monitor from accidentally swinging out of place.

Multiple Points of Articulation

Multiple points of articulation provide a full range of motion. Tilt, swivel, and roll your monitor to optimize its viewing position to minimize neck and eye strain.

Attaches via Built-In Clamp

The MD-AD13MB easily attaches to most desks up to 2.4" thick, and only requires 2.5" of mounting depth on the underside. Simply tighten the clamp around the edge of your desk, no tools are required.

Frees Up Valuable Desk Space

This desktop mount frees up valuable desk space, so you have more room for all the important things you need, whether it's your phone, books, picture frames, mice, keyboard, and more.

Integrated Cable Clips

Integrated cable clips in the mounting arm help to organize your monitor's cabling, guiding them along the arm and close to the shaft to help maintain a neat appearance.

Compatible with Recessed VESA Configurations

If your monitor's VESA mounting configuration is in a recessed area of your monitor, you can use the included spacers and extra-long mounting screws to attach it to the mount.
UPC: 847628581067

Gabor MD-AD13MB Specs

General
Supported Screen Sizes13 to 27" / 33.0 to 68.6 cm
Number of Displays Supported1
Load Capacity22 lb / 10 kg
Mounting-Hole Pattern75 x 75 to 100 x 100 mm
OrientationLandscape, Portrait
Desk Clamp Compatibility2.4" / 6 cm
Adjustments
Rotation Adjustment360°
Tilt Adjustment30° (-15 to 15°)
Swivel Adjustment180°
Height Adjustment22.8" / 58.0 cm
Max Arm Extension Length16.3" / 41.3 cm
Physical
Weight5.1 lb / 2.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21 x 6.7 x 3.2"
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This Monitor mount works with iMac 21"?

This Monitor mount works with iMac 21"?
Asked by: Wilfredo
The 21.5" iMacs can't be mounted.
Answered by: Bennie
Date published: 2020-06-23

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Is it possible to tilt the monitor down? I'm planning to mount to my recording studio work desk to the speaker monitor shelf which is above the desk where my MacBook Pro is. Therefore, I need to be able to tilt downward while mixing tracks.
Asked by: Howard P.
It only tilts a small amount up and down - the arm doesn't tilt it is the rotate cup where the monitor attaches that will tilt, so maybe 30 degrees tops.
Answered by: Karen T.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Would like to know construction materials?
Asked by: Jorge C.
Very substantial.Steel tubing and cast articulating arms with poly bushings. I have a 19 monitor on ours and it is working well.
Answered by: David H.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Whats is the dimensions of the desk clamp? I'm Looking to clamp through a hole in my desk
Asked by: Will L.
I agree with Eric. The bottom side cylinder clamps probably would not work on the hole. I would suggest as resolution, to get a 1x1 wood block cut to cover the hole on the bottom then you could clamp the wood to the desk and solve the issue.
Answered by: Eddie S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What is the diameter and length of the vertical rod?
Asked by: Will L.
The vertical rod is 40cm tall.
Answered by: Glenn S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will this fir on the Asus MG28UQ 28-inch??
Asked by: Moruanyi N.
This particular stand states up to 27 display but the VESA mount standard is 75x75 or 100x100 which the MG28UQ is. You could look at this desktop stand Mount-It! 3-Way Adjustable Monitor Desk Mount that should be able to handle the 28 monitor with 100x100 VESA Mount.
Answered by: Joan B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Do the monitor installation screws come with the mount?
Asked by: Anonymous
I bought three of these and use them with 27 inch monitors. They are well built, stable and adjustable. These mounts come with a full complement of mounting hardware. I highly recommend these quality mounts.
Answered by: Shas M.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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