Martin Yale Monitor StandMonitor Stands/Risers
Up to 21" Screen Support - 50 lb Load Capacity - CRT Display Type Supported23.1" Width x 10" Depth - Desktop - Powder Coated - Steel - Pearl Gray - View Complete Details
Product Number: MAT22310
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Martin Yale Monitor Stand - Space saving PC Bridge elevates up to 50 lb. monitor to a comfortable viewing height. Provides parking space for keyboard when not in use. Accepts keyboards up to 22 1/2" W x 3"H. 10" depth design is ideal for use on narrow credenzas and desk returns. Cable access port offers convenient and neat cable management. Backstop prevents keyboard from sliding through the backside. Static dissipating steel construction eliminates sagging associated with plastic stands.
- Elevates monitor 3-3/4" for better viewing.
- Easily supports a monitor or printer up to 50 lbs.
- Features a backstop that prevents your keyboard from sliding out the wrong side.
- Provides storage space underneath with rear access ports for cable management.
- Made of heavy-gauge, static dissipating steel.
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- Small Footprint
- limited adjustability
- Poor Weight Capacity
Comments about Master Martin Yale Monitor Stand:
This monitor stand functions as advertized and is therefore, adequate. It could be an outstanding product with the addition of six (6) spot welds joining the downturned panels to each other in such a way that they would resist flexing and/or bending. As it is, I personally would hesitate loading this product with the "up to 50 lb. monitor" as the specifications claim. Sure, it might work if you never experience an earthquake or find anything bumping into the surface upon which it's placed. I just wouldn't feel comfortable with that weight rating in real life.
Will it do the job? Yes, with the previous caveat in my opinion. Could it be made great with a little added spot welding? Absolutely.
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