Apple iMacs (from late 2009) no longer come with removable stands hence they can’t be mounted to a monitor arm, which is a problem for iMac users who are used to the convenience of monitor arms.
The Allcam VESA mount adapter adapter is the answer. It enables you to mount your iMac to monitor arms, wall brackets, TV trolleys, or any VESA 75/100 mounting tool. The adapter is compatible with the most recent iMac 21.5″ and 27″ screens.
How does it work? Install this bracket to the existing iMac foot. Mount the adapter to your VESA enabled monitor bracket. This adapter offers a VESA hole pattern 75×75 and 100×100. Any mount with VESA75 or VESA100 can be combined with it.
This adapter is made of solid steel metal. All the necassary accesories are are supplied with the product.
What is VESA all about?
You may have heard the term “VESA” here and elsewhere and perhaps you’re wondering what it means? In simple terms, it’s the 4 holes on the back of most screens that the screen manufacturers and mount manufacturers have agreed between themselves as standard sizes. For obvious reasons, the holes on the smaller screens are closer together (ie 75x75mm or 100x100mm) while on the larger screens they are further apart (ie 800x600mm).
So if you don’t know what VESA you have, just measure the distance in between the pre drilled 4 holes on the back of your screen. Typically up to about 55″ screen sizes, the hole pattern tend to be square – ie 75x75mm, 100x100mm, 200x200mm, etc.
This is a high quality product and for your peace of mind it’s backed by Allcam’s five years UK warranty.