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Which adjustable sit stand wall mount works best with Microsoft Surface Studio display which has a PC as its base

Posted on 2017-11-08
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Hi,

We have a Microsoft Surface Studio display which has a PC built into it.

In our training room, which sometimes gets reconfigured with no tables for an open space, we are looking to get wall mounts that will allow this Display which has a PC built to do the following:
 
1.       Sit very tightly against the wall when it is not in use. Out of the way so that when the room is full of people, people will be less likely to brush against it. Also the training room is small, so the flatter it fits everything against the wall the better. Also, the small PC in the mount should be tillable so that it can be tilted downwards to sit better against wall.
 
2.       When using it, we need to be able to put it out from the wall, and have the ability to pull it downwards adjustable to the height we want. For example, it will need to appear as if it is sitting on a table where a person is using it as their work desk PC.
 
3.       We are looking for something also that looks very well, visually.
 
At the end of the day, what it will be for us is, when not in use, there will be no work desk in the room, the base unit and the display  will be folded flat against the wall. When in use we want lots of adjustments, and that it holds the position adjustment that we set so that it appears to be sitting on an office table.
 
https://www.windowscentral.com/surface-studio
 
https://www.businessdirect.btireland.com/products/microsoft-surface-studio-core-i5-6440hq-8gb-ram-1tb-ssd---2gb-gpu---windows-10-pro---all-in-one-pc-44a-00003-CXJ2.html?fb=310
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NhyDiiaXic
 
The small PC is about one half the width of a PC keyboard.

Here is a link to a product to show the size of the small PC and how it may be held with the sit stand wall mount:
https://www.maclocks.com/surface-studio-mount-surface-studio-secure-mount-surface-studio-lock.html

I have also attached a file which shows the dimensions we would be looking for to hold the small PC in the wall mount.

Obviously it’s a bit unusual in that it has a small PC build in as a base, and I am, unsure if it has the usual wall mount holes in the back of the display, probably not.

What do you recommend for an adjustable sit stand wall mount to work with the Microsoft Surface Studio?
 
Thanks,
Robbie
Dimensions_for_bracket_to_be_used_wi.pdf
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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Have you looked at ergotron gear? It’s used in a lot of hospitals and is very stable. Never tried to put a surface studio on it, but highly recommend the brand.
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by:IP4IT Staff
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Hi Aaron,

Yes I have.

I contacted Ergotron and they said they do not have any gear to support the Microsoft Surface Studio.

Thanks,
Robbie
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