Desky Universal Laptop Mount
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Quick installation with Phillips head screwdriver
Pairs with monitor arms for optimal ergonomic positioning
Fits any monitor arm with VESA mount
Optimise your workspace and lift up your laptop
Easy Set Up & Minimal Design
Ergonomically position your laptop screen to eye- level to help maintain good posture and avoid neck and back strain. Our Universal Laptop mounts are capable of carrying all size laptops and simply screw onto any monitor arm with a VESA mount.
|Laptop Sizes||All Laptop Sizes|
|Weight Capacity||2 to 10kg *determined by monitor arm weight limit|
|Mounting Options||On any Desky Single or Dual Monitor Arm w/ VESA Mount|
|Max Forward Reach||655mm|
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if this will fit my laptop?
The Desky Universal Laptop Mount will fit any laptop/size and simply holds the laptop in place by a non-slip rubber grip and two front laptop hooks.
Does the Universal Laptop Mount include the monitor arm?
No, this does not include a monitor arm. The Laptop Mount easily attaches to any monitor arm that has a 75x75mm or 100x100mm VESA mount.
Will this Laptop Mount work with any monitor arm?
Yes, the Universal Laptop Mount will attaches to a 75x75mm or 100x100mm VESA mount and is compatible with any of our Desky monitor arms and is compatible with most other brand monitor arms.
What is the weight limit for the laptop mount?
The weight limit will depend on the weight limit of the monitor arm that you are using to attach the laptop mount.
What is the best ergonomic monitor height/position for me?
You can read our full article on how to setup and position your laptop mount/monitor arm in the most ergonomic position here. In short,
Height - the ideal height for your monitor is when your eye level is just below the top of the screen. Tilting your head backward or forward can cause neck strain.
Distance - As a general rule, the length of your arm is roughly the distance you want between your eyes and the monitor. This will mean you do not have to crane your neck forward and will help to avoid neck and eye strain.