Bretford MobilePro Adjustable Wall Mount
Bretford MobilePro Adjustable Wall Mount
Bretford's wall-mounted articulating display arm delivers the ultimate in flexibility, design and comfort. Now you can save space and position your monitor in any position that provides the best viewing angle.
Die-cast aluminum construction complements your Apple hardware
Monitor floats weightlessly; position may be adjusted with one hand
Folds flat to save space when not in use
Easily rotates the monitor 360 degrees for landscape or portrait viewing and a +/- 45-degree forward tilt
Folds to a 3-inch depth or extends out 15 inches from the wall with 180-degree positioning
Cable management clips keep power and data cables neat
Mounts to a single wood stud; hardware not included
Supports 20-, 23- and 30-inch Cinema Display models
VESA compliant: supports VESA 75mm and 100mm mounting patterns
Apple Recommends For
Education labs and offices, retail, hospitality and reception areas, healthcare workstations or any space where mounting your iMac or Apple Display will save you space.
What’s in the Box
Bretford articulating wall-mounted display arm
Length: Maximum extension: 15.0 in./38.1 cm
Depth: Folded: 3.0 in./7.6 cm
Weight: 10.0 lb./4.5 kg
Requirements Other: Apple VESA Mount Adapter Kit
Mfr. Part Number: BDM28
UPC or EAN No.: 096633268344
Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Proper installation requires a solid surface between 0.5 and 1.25 inches thick
Solid surface must be secured to a table or similarly sturdy base
iMac, Cinema Display, LED Cinema Display or Thunderbolt Display require the Apple VESA Mount Adapter Kit to be mounted
Answers from the community
is there an external monitor that i can use to display what is on my macbook?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXX
- on Nov 1, 2009
First things first...you would have to buy the Apple adapter--which can be purchased in the apple st First things first...you would have to buy the Apple adapter--which can be purchased in the apple store...it is the Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter. With this adapter you would plug your macbook into a VGA cable which is also plugged into an external monitor. You can use any external display that takes a VGA cord. I hope this helps!
- Answered by Steven P from CHARLESTON
- on Nov 4, 2009
When it folks and unfolds how stationary is it? Does it move on it's own from the weight of the computer or does it stay folded in or out?
- Asked by Chad B from Long Beach
- on Mar 18, 2016
The mount does not pivot up and down. If it's mounted correctly to the wall, it should not move unde The mount does not pivot up and down. If it's mounted correctly to the wall, it should not move under the weight of the computer.
- Answered by Kenneth D from Montgomery Village
- on Feb 4, 2017
can this be fitted with imac 21" 2013 model
No answers yet
- Asked by Cherise T from Lacombe
- on Dec 22, 2016
Can I attach a MacBook Pro 17" to this device, similar to "Bretford MobilePro Desk Mount Combo" does? Or adapter available to purchase?
- Asked by ALBERT B from Hooksett
- on Oct 22, 2012
Has anyone successfully used this hardware with an Apple Thunderbolt Display mounted directly on a gyp board/metal stud wall?
- Asked by Lester Y from Honolulu
- on Nov 12, 2014
It's common sense to never attach something as heavy as an iMac to gyp board. Put a cross piece hori It's common sense to never attach something as heavy as an iMac to gyp board. Put a cross piece horizontally anchoring in your studs and then attach to the cross piece. Plugs are good for hanging pictures or a lite mirror, but never hang something this heavy from some plastic plugs unless you have insurance.
- Answered by Steven T from Toronto
- on Jan 11, 2015