The 10 Best Monitor Brackets

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This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in February of 2019. If your back and neck hurt all the time, it may be due to your computer monitor being poorly positioned. You can solve that problem easily and quickly by installing one of these brackets to hold your screen at a level comfortable for you to look at without straining. We've included options that clamp to desks, swivel out from walls, and attach to racks or cabinets. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best monitor bracket on Amazon.

10. Loctek 5D5 Deluxe

9. Mount-It! Full Motion

8. StarTech Universal

7. Vivo Dual

6. Wali M002

5. Huanuo Adjustable

4. VideoSecu ML14B

3. Vivo V002

2. EleTab ELTGM03

1. Simbr Single

Editor's Notes

April 04, 2019:

The best bracket for you is largely going to be determined by whether or not you'll ever need to use more than one monitor. If so, go ahead and slide the EleTab ELTGM03 into the top spot, as it offers several different positioning options and has a durable and attractive frame capable of holding all that weigh with ease.

If you only need one screen, though, the EleTab is going to be bulky and in your way. The SIMBR Single is much more appropriate — assuming you want to keep your monitor on your desk. If you'd rather free up as much of your work space as possible, a wall-mounted model like the VideoSecu ML14B is extremely convenient. It also comes in handy for meetings or other situations in which multiple people need to view a single screen.

Of course, that brings with it the question of cable management. Presumably, you won't want to run an HDMI cable across the room from your computer to the wall; in that case, you might need to invest in a wireless monitor, or set your PC up underneath the monitor and use a wireless mouse and keyboard. That's a little bit of a hassle, and certainly more of an expense, but the extra space and reduced clutter may be worth it.

Quincy Miller
Last updated on April 08, 2019 by Quincy Miller

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