Expand Monitor Stand


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The Expand Monitor Stand is a versatile mount for use with most VESA mount LED or LCD flat panel display screens. This well designed stand can be used on it's own as a free standing monitor stand or integrated with a pop up stand.


£324.00 tax excluded
£388.80 (tax inclusive)

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Introducing LCD or LED screens into your exhibit display allows you to combine both sound and image into your advertising to create a more involving presentation for your customers.


The Expand Monitor Stand is a great, affordable way of mounting 'off the shelf' flat panel displays and can be used either as a stand-alone monitor holder or can be integrated into one of our popular pop up stands.


Assembling the Expand Monitor Stand is simple and takes only a few minutes. The only tools required are an adjustable spanner and a cross head (phillips) screwdriver. You can download product assembly guidelines by clicking the download tab below.


The Expand Monitor Stand is available in a choice of three height options: (122cm, 175cm or 195cm). For use with as an integrated display with pop up stands, we recommend the 175cm height option which will work with our own quick fix or express pop up stands.


A standard VESA mount is required for your screen to fix to the Expand Monitor Stand. Brackets for both the 100mm and 200mm VESA standard mount are provided with the Expand bracket.


Please note that the maximum weight of your screen should not exceed 15KG and the maximum recommended screen size is 32".


The stand is provided with two carry bags for your convenience. One bag accomodates the brackets and the base. The other bag is used to store the upright pole assembly.


An optional keyboard or laptop shelf is available for this product from the accessories links below.


If you require advice or information regarding integrating the monitor stand into your pop up display, please contact us and one of our team will be happy to help.




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