This product solves an issue that all iMac users face. After 2012, the design of the iMac’s stand was changed meaning that it could no longer be removed, meaning that unless you ordered yours from the factory with a generic VESA mount, you had no other way of getting it up off your desk and into an ergonomic position. This had us scratching our heads.
Made to fit any iMac after 2007, this precision made clamp fits straight onto the back of your screen and takes only a few seconds to install thanks to a clever thread and cap. All you need to do is place it through the hole and hand tighten for a secure, ergonomic and clutter free working position.
This arm is available as a dual arm and will fit up to 2 27″ iMac computers or Apple Displays.
- Counterbalance arm can be adjusted to suit any height and moved in seconds to work for both sitting and standing
- Cable management keeps everything organised
- Includes two mounting options: Clamp and Through Desk
- Quick and effortless installation
- Use the base as a shelf to store pens, hard drives etc
- This is one of the only available products that neatly connects to the base of your iMac
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Does this require a VESA mounting plate?
No! This mounts directly to the lower base arm of our monitor arms. This avoids the additional VESA plate requirement keeping it neater and slicker.
2. How can this be mounted through desk?
All our monitor arms include both a clamping system and through desk mount. If you need to mount through desk, you’ll need to drill a small hole in the desk so we only recommend this if you’re sure you don’t plan on moving the monitor arm at a later stage.
3.How long does it take to assemble?
Assembly is quick and simple. We recommend allowing 10 minutes to get this fixed to your desk with monitor mounted. View our assembly video below for a detailed overview.
4. Where is the cable management system?
You will be able to hide your cables out of sight by snaking them along the underside of the arm. Cable covers snap over your cables to hide them. Just be sure to leave some slack in your cables so that they can move freely with your monitor arm.