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When can we buy the ergo stand for the 32

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Re: When can we buy the ergo stand for the 32

Postby wacom5 » Fri 8. Feb 2019, 11:19

Dinomightkaroar wrote:based on the photos, you'll need the vesa mount either way. I'm not sure if this comes bundled with the Vesa mount, but knowing Wacom, it probably doesn't.

The Ergotron is amazing quality and slightly cheaper than the Wacom arm, and also has more height adjustability. Food for thought.

For the Flex arm and for the Ergo Stand, you will have all you need in the box. No additional mounts are required.
Could you clarify what gave you this impression from the photos? Perhaps we can make it more clear.

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Re: When can we buy the ergo stand for the 32

Postby Dinomightkaroar » Fri 8. Feb 2019, 20:36

wacom5 wrote:
Dinomightkaroar wrote:based on the photos, you'll need the vesa mount either way. I'm not sure if this comes bundled with the Vesa mount, but knowing Wacom, it probably doesn't.

The Ergotron is amazing quality and slightly cheaper than the Wacom arm, and also has more height adjustability. Food for thought.

For the Flex arm and for the Ergo Stand, you will have all you need in the box. No additional mounts are required.
Could you clarify what gave you this impression from the photos? Perhaps we can make it more clear.


In the photo, the arm is attached to the vesa mount that I have on mine. It's the same piece of metal that I had to attach to my pro 32 before attaching the ergotron arm.

So, either the Vesa mount comes packaged with the arm, or perhaps it even comes pre-attached to the arm. If you look at the photo that shows the back of the unit on the store page, it's the same vesa mount as the one I had.

I suspect the arm comes bundled with the vesa mount, but I'm not sure.

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Re: When can we buy the ergo stand for the 32

Postby wacom5 » Mon 11. Feb 2019, 11:19

Dinomightkaroar wrote:In the photo, the arm is attached to the vesa mount that I have on mine. It's the same piece of metal that I had to attach to my pro 32 before attaching the ergotron arm.

So, either the Vesa mount comes packaged with the arm, or perhaps it even comes pre-attached to the arm. If you look at the photo that shows the back of the unit on the store page, it's the same vesa mount as the one I had.

I suspect the arm comes bundled with the vesa mount, but I'm not sure.

The back plate that attaches to the arm might seem similar to the VESA mount but is not. This plate has an integrated articulated pivot that allows rotation and vertical tilt. This part then attaches to the arm directly.

You can see it better here: https://youtu.be/4zIKQqBeF9o?t=102


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