Summary:Desk-mounted monitor arms are the easiest to install and require no drilling into walls. Monitor arm...
Desk-mounted monitor arms
are the easiest to install and require no drilling into walls. Monitor arms should be firmly attached to a desk, and the majority of desk mounts secure the monitor to the desk using a desk clamp or grommet. Look for a monitor mount that is adjustable for table and desk thickness, and offers cable management. Make sure to consider all these factors when choosing a monitor mount. You can also find monitor arms that are adjustable for dual monitors.
Monitor mounts come in many different styles. There are simple side-clamp mounts and more complex models that are attached to the desk with bolts. Some monitor mounts feature gas-spring mechanisms to suspend the monitor and are made with pass-through ports for audio and USB. Most side-clamp mounts are easy to make and can be made by anyone with basic power tools. And if you need a more customized mount, you can build your own by using your own tools.
Another popular type of monitor bracket is the OS Monitor Bracket. This mount features a gas shock system that allows it to raise and lower each screen smoothly. It also works like a traditional computer chair and can give you up to 9.5 inches of extra height!