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This is the Acer EB321HQU Awidpx 32" WQHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Monitor. My LG 32QK500-W 32-Inch QHD (2560 X 1440) is no longer being sold on Amazon, so I searched for a replacement that I would buy if my monitor stopped working. This Acer EB321HQU is what I would purchase. I owned a 1920x1080 monitor years ago and the resolution was just not high enough for good text. The 32 inch monitor requires at least 2560 X 1440 resolution. This Acer EB321HQU is 2560 X 1440 resolution and it’s VESA compatible which means it can use a monitor swing arm desk mount, and finally, the price is low enough to afford. This is the monitor I would recommend.



This is the ASUS VE248H 24" Full HD 1920x1080 2Ms HDMI DVI VGA Back-Lit LED Monitor. I needed a small monitor to see what my digital camera was displaying on my Twitch Stream while I repaired cameras. I selected this monitor based on brand, reviews, and price. I purchased one and it has worked very well for my needs. What I like best about this monitor is the low price and it's VESA mountable.



This is a VIVO Premium Aluminum Heavy Duty Arm which I purchased for a comparison test. It does not have a sliding poll adjustment like the Ergotech Freedom Arm, which I also purchased, but I wanted to test both swing arm mounts with my 32 inch monitors. This VIVO Premium supported my 32 inch monitors just fine, but I ended up preferring the Ergotech Freedom Arm based mostly on its design. A word of warning. Don’t buy a cheaper, smaller, swing arm mount for a large monitor, I did and the monitor was wobbly. Always pay at least $100, or more, for a large, strong, swing arm desk mount if you own a monitor larger than 27 inches.



This is a Ergotech Freedom Arm which I purchased. I also purchased a VIVO Premium Aluminum Heavy Duty Arm so I could compare them. I prefered the Ergotech, but they both worked fine. If I were to buy another monitor swing arm desk mount it would be this Ergotech model. A word of warning. Don’t buy a cheaper, smaller, swing arm mount for a large monitor, I did and the monitor was wobbly. Always pay at least $100, or more, for a large, strong, swing arm desk mount if you own a monitor larger than 27 inches.



This is the WALI Premium Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount. I own two 24 inch monitors that I'm using for digital camera monitoring and I needed a low cost monitor swing arm mount for them. I selected this WALI because of its tall pole adjustment mount. The WALI ad says it will hold a 32 inch monitor, but I would not recommend putting anything larger than a 27 inch on it. It’s a well made unit at a low cost, but not made for heavy monitors. I purchased two of these.



This is a VIVO Single Monitor Desk Mount Stand. I purchased two of them to hold streaming cameras. I modified both swing arms mounts by removing the monitor plate and adding the Neewer Professional Aluminum Alloy Quick Shoe Plate Adapters. I now have my digital cameras mounted on sturdy swing arms for streaming my camera repair work. I sell these modified swing arm mounts to customers so they can also mount their camera, but it takes me several days to make one of these and I charge for my time. It costs much less to just buy the VIVO Monitor desk mount stand and a Neewer quick shoe plate adapter and build it yourself than pay me to do it.