Amazon.sg:Customer reviews: Viozon Laptop/Notebook/Projector Mount Stand,Height Adjustable Single Arm Mount Support 12-17 inch Laptop/Notebook/Tablet, Free Removable VESA 75X75 and 100X100 for Monitor 17-32 inch (Silver)
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Works as advertised, is very sturdy, and looks beautiful. It has no problem supporting a 17” laptop. I did, however, run into a bit of a snag after using it for 5 months or so. The rubber grippers that keep the laptop in place eventually came off. The adhesive that they used must be cheap. I figured maybe these were not that important and tried to put the laptop up without them, but I was wrong. Without them in place, the laptop slides right over the top of the plastic clamp. Not good for holding an expensive electronic device. It’s not a deal breaker though, I went ahead and used some gorilla glue to put the rubber grippers back in place. It’s working great again. But I may be something that I have to do once every 6 months.
Bottom line, it’s a great piece of equipment if you’re not actually moving your computer off of it often. If you need to take the laptop off every now and then (like me - I work from home a few days a week and work from office on the other days) then just be aware of the rubber grip issue and buy yourself some gorilla glue in case these grips come off.
Now that work-from-home is winding down (unfortunately), it suddenly occurred to me that not having my work life taking up our living room would be nice. I had been using a sad tray table and working from our couch (very confortably). I since added a bluetooth keyboard and mouse so my laptop is really just a monitor.
Anyway, I thought I could attach this to a side table and then be able to swing the laptop away when I'm not working or using it. I think it would mainly have worked for this purpose except for a few challenges in my space: a) side table didn't have quite a big enough lip. I thought I could get away with clamping most of the arm, but I don't think this would really work long term without sometimes getting loose and wobbling. Not the fault of the product. b) our sofa is quite large with very tall and wide arms and this meant that the arm really didn't reach far enough for me to sit looking forward while looking at the laptop.
The other issue worth considering is that whatever you clamp to is going to need to be much lower (6" to a foot?) than where you want your screen to sit. I clamped it to a table that's about at my shoulder height when I'm sitting. This meant that the arm, fully extended, held the screen above my head. I had to look up to see it, which I think would have been a bad idea long-term. So, be aware of the height of your table relative to the screen location.
As far as materials, it seemed pretty solid to me. Since I was using the laptop holder, it was easy to put together. Some but not all of the parts are metal.
All in all, I would recommend to a friend, but really get them to think about where it would go and how it will be used.
I'm returning this for a pricier rolling adjustable-height table with a pivoting top for a laptop. I probably should have sprung for it a year ago, but you know how it is.
This seemed to have the flexibility to work in my application to hold the laptop. It does what I needed. However, there is some looseness in the last joint that makes the laptop wiggle. I tightened the screw as tight as possible, and there still is side to side play. The laptop is held securely, so I'm not worried, but have to get used to the slight movement as I type.
I wish I could rate this item higher on the "sturdiness" rating, this thing is built like a tank. I really wanted a mount stand that wouldn't sag or fail to hold my chromebook in place. While it's so rugged, it's also easy to adjust and switch between a VESA monitor mount or the laptop/tablet mount. It's also great because my chromebook is a "flip screen". I can either mount it as a laptop, or the table-style flip screen variant. I do agree, however, that the one design flaw is that the side spring-loaded holders are not adjustable. If you're unfortunate enough to have those line up with a USB, HDMI, or some other port then it could be an issue. Fortunately, my ports are not blocked, so it's a 5-star for me (of course, if you have a USB port blocked, well, you should be using bluetooth anyway. HDMI port would be a different story)
I use this as a stand for a second laptop (I need both a Mac and a PC) and it is by far the slickest and best solution that I have found. I tried a couple of other stands, and this one looks the best, has the best functionality and it is incredibly easy to assemble and use. Now if you are planning to type on this stand all day, it might not be for you...while this stand is more stable than the others I've tried, it still wiggles a little when typing. I don't type on the computer itself, I have a separate keyboard, so it is not an issue for me, but no stand like this will be that supportive of the computer. The spring clips work well, it is easy to adjust and it just works. It took me a few tires, but I have found my solution to needing to get my computer off my desk.
Really like this stand, easy to put together in just a few minutes. Looks good and helps with desktop clutter.
MAKE SURE you have an idea of where your side usb plugs are (and in my case ethernet port too) because the horizontal platform has grippers that can get in the way.
Fortunately for me, I am able to thread one usb through the right hand grip to access one of two ports. I currently connect my ethernet through a usb adapter into a hub so one plug is all I need. It does block my ethernet port on the right side, if I did end up using it I'd have to angle my laptop slightly. It was all still be secure, it would just look weird. (Alienware m15 R3 Laptop)
Everyone with a laptop needs this it’s amazing! It can go anywhere and just float your laptop were you need it while increasing your desk space. Also it can make your laptop tall enough to stand at for a standing desk feel, and if your desk is next to your bed you can pull it over and conveniently use it in bed. And the clamp accommodated a thicker desk than described in the measurements. Overall VERY thoughtfully designed and works perfectly and not bad looking. Thank you!
When I got it, I thought I got one that was used. The finish of stand was not perfect and scratched. But I didn't mind it too much because it will be behind my laptop and I won't be able to see anyway. I proceeded and installed this stand. It took me more than an hour to adjust it. The stand tends to tilt left.. especially with the laptop on. I can't stand when things are not aligned.. If you are one of those kind people, you should not get this product. It also wobbles whenever I type. I definitely don't think this item is stable and not willing to risk my $2K laptop to be on this stand.
There's a little too much movement from left to right on the tray. I don't imagine this is supposed to be like this. Anything that can be tightened is as tight as it can be as far as moving it up and down and back and forth. This is my first time using something like this. The overall idea is very cool and you can literally move the laptop just about anywhere. But the part that slips on the pole has too much wiggle room as does one other joint that can't be tightened.