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Mark_London
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HP24 fw Monitor - Vesa Stand Mounting Adaptor?

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Hi all,

 

I would like to mount my two HP 24fw monitors to a dual monitor stand but it seems as though all commercially available stands require a 'VESA' mount, which does not seem to be compatible with the 24 fw series. 

 

Is anyone aware of either a directly compatible dual-stand for the 24fw, or any good quality adaptor? I have heard that many of the after market adpators are brittle and I do not want my monitors to fall off the stand and break!

 

Thanks,

Mark

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@Mark_London , welcome to the forum.

 

I have done a lot of research into the availability of VESA mounts for your monitors.  There doesn't appear to be any mounts that list your model.  Your best option will be to choose a mount manufacturer and contact their Tech Support for help.  They may have a universal mount that will work.  They are the experts on their products.

 

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