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HP AW662AA Display Mounting Bracket & Notebook Stand, $34 From MSY

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Found this while browsing MSY for computer parts. Seems like a pretty good deal. Next cheapest on StaticIce was $60. Ideal if you use a laptop hooked up to a monitor. And if you have the peripherals to go with it.

Product Detail
Use two displays at once to increase productivity - your notebook display, plus one external display up to 24 inches in size.
Raise your computer screen to an adjustable comfortable eye level.
Keep your desktop clutter-free even when connecting multiple devices with the simple cable management channels on the back of the stand.
Combine with a docking station, keyboard and mouse for a complete desktop solution.
(notebook, docking station, display and peripherals sold separately).

Number of Adjustable Shelves 1
Maximum Load Capacity 7kg
Total Number of Shelves 1
Minimum Screen Size Supported 17"
Maximum Screen Size Supported 24"
Features Cable Management
Physical Characteristics
Height 18.5"
Width 19.0"
Depth 27.2"
Weight (Approximate) 6.6kg

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    would it be stable when I pick my laptop up?

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      As long as the centre of the screen does not go outside the base, you'll be fine. Probably have to make sure that the laptop cables don't catch on anything while you lift it up or it might tip over. However, the stand does weigh 6.6kg so there's a safe margin there.

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    Looks cool but the fact that it makes the notebook keyboard unreachable is a bit disappointing.

    I am happy to stick with the bracket I got from Aldi to use with my lappie. Great find though

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      Well its designed that way so you have both displays at about the same eye height…

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        I know how it is designed, just not fussed on having to have a separate keyboard and mouse hooked up.

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    mmm, well i haven't got one but if you read the weight (6.6kg) and add on top of that the monitors weight, and most of it should center on the stand, i would say you would have no problems removing the laptop….

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    in store only? damn..

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      No, you can get it for about $10 shipping depends on where you are

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    Anyone know if i need to buy anything extra to mount my monitor on this stand? (maybe screws?)

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      no, comes with them in the box. everything you need.

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    I would be keen to get this, but it uses VESA/mounting holes 100mm x 100mm and my monitor is 75mm x 75mm.
    Does anyone know of a cheap adapter so I can use with LG E2042TC 20" (75x75) monitor?

    I found some more info on http://www.ergotron.com/tabid/65/prdid/358/language/en-US/de... which seems like a good site,has a good animated pic of it. I got more info from there than I did on HP own site.

    Cheers OP

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      Looks like it is missing the actual dock which is pretty disappointing but I guess makes it more universal.

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      WoW, thanks for pointing out that the screws are 100x100 apart…was about to order but my monitor is 75 also.

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    tried to buy one, they are out of stock. anyone know anything similar?

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      Hi, Which store/state did you try?
      Very keen to get 1,hope someone knows if still avail?

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    would it able to adjusts the position of 'Mounting Bracket & Notebook Stand,'?
    e.g i would like that Mounting Bracket to be on the right, and notebook stand to be on the left.

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      Yes it looks like you can,check out the website I posted above,its movie shows that you can.
      Just hope it fits on my desk (oval shape)???

      Has anyone got 1 yet?,reviews,does it come with a adapter (75to100mm)?, I'm guessing not to the last q.

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    Yeah, i did a bit of research on stands for work as an extra project and ended up ordered these (about 20 of them) when they where about 100 bux each. (I was the test guinea pig at work)

    They are good for a cheap stand, though you need a seperate keyboard and mouse, they have clips for a dock but dont actually have the dock (what do you want for 30-40 bux)

    the biggest bug bear everyone has (and the only real issue) is that you can't adjust the angle to make them face you a bit more, its not too big of an issue as they come slightly pre angled, but it would be nice for them to angle more, after everyone got used to them they where pretty happy with them.

    but yeah pretty adjustable (height and width appart) can slide the laptop back and forward to bring it in line with your monitor, cables can get in the way if they are on the left, something like this would be much better off with a dock…

    excellent price considering the alternatives.

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    Thanks for your review.
    Did it come with a adapter plate (75to100mm)?

    Cheers,

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      hmm looking at one now, the thing has 4 holes in it, however the height of them seems to be about the same, its just the width that looks different, cant find a ruler at the moment.

      you should be able to drill the plate with a template if that helps?

      something like this perhaps…

      http://i263.photobucket.com/albums/ii121/eovnu87435ds/Hackin...

      cant remember if i saw another plate with them (as the one on there does unscrew) if i had to say yes or no id lean towards no though…

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        Thanks again for the info and effort.
        I will try the Brateck option @ MSY,just to be safe,just hope its the usable on the monitor I'm also getting (LG E2042TC,also from MSY),ie the back mount area is flat,not recessed in.

        Now all I need is the cheapest option to control PC & laptop with 1 keyboard, any ideas follow Ozbargainers?

        cheers

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    I bought one yesterday and assembled it them put it back into the box. I prefer my old set-up. Does anyone want to purchase this from me for let's say $30?

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      I'm interested, where are you? send me a message with your details?

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    Hi, I have a question for those that got 1 of these.

    How do you adjust/lock the monitor hight,it keeps springing back up???,yes I tried turning the hex screws,all the way right doesnt lock it (unless mines faulty?) and turning to the left just keeps turning….

    Please advise what Im doing wrong.

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      I think your supposed to unscrew it, put it down, then screw it up again. most of the guys I know didn't screw theres back up just unscrewed it then the weight of the monitors kept them down… also you have to undo them a HEAP before it has any effect.

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        Thank you heaps wisc,I owe you a beer,lol.
        I was about to have buyers remorse.

        Yeah,you where right,it just needed heaps of turns,like 15-20+?,wtf.
        The manual sucked at explaining it.

        There is no locking it into place,the screws just reduce the tension and holds position that you select.
        Turning back to the right/+ undoes that.

        One last question,what is that small plastic rectangle bit for that was in the bag with the thumb screws?

        Again thanks.

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          sorry not sure which parts your talking about… they might be part of the cable managmenet though, if it appears to be working well dont worry about it as we didnt use anything extra.