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    Where to get a low VESA desk stand

    Simple question which appears to have no answer

    I'm after a desk VESA monitor stand / mount. It needs to be tilt adjustable, and height adjustable. The minimum height is very important - it's for a Dell monitor where the minimal height of the stand is too high for the monitor to fit under a cupboard.

    I've done a search on ebay and there are a trillian wall mounts but no desk mounts unless I'm looking in the wrong area.

    So anyone know of a source of cheap low height 100mm VESA desktop monitor mounts?

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    Re: Where to get a low VESA desk stand

    How about one of the monitor arms that clamp to the table?

    Or you could do what I did in my old place. I took the stand off my 24" Dell and just propped it against the wall, was the only way to fit it under a shelf. Worked like that without a problem for a year and a half

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    Re: Where to get a low VESA desk stand

    Could you not buy a simple wall mount bracket and fix it to a piece of timber and fix to rear of cupboard? I have a Comrac mount which I bought from www.misco.co.uk

    Looking at Comrac's website they have lots of possible options:

    http://ergonomics.comrac.co.uk/main.asp?pid=202

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