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CPU Holder Under Desk Mount, Ziotek, ZT1080150

Item #: 108 0150
Brand: Ziotek
Model #: ZT1080150
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Works as Advertised

SniffNY - Information Technology Professional
4 Star Rating
Saturday, May 17, 2014 10:37:51 AM
Pros: My goals when buying this holder for my home office were (1) make floor cleaning easier by raising my CPU off of the floor, (2) make access to the back of the unit easier without having to crawl under the desk and (3) give my workspace a more professional look. All goals met!
Cons: There's a handle on the side of the holder that I rarely use. Now well positioned to be practical.
Other Thoughts: I have seen complaints of CPU's pitching. I have had no problem with that.
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They work great. No more employees kicking the pc.

Dao - Desktop Support Analyst
4 Star Rating
Tuesday, August 9, 2011 9:17:24 AM
Pros: Worked great for holding up PC towers. The only reason why it leans from the previous reviewer is because he installed it wrong. I had a couple leaned the left also but it turned out i had it on backwards.
Cons: none
Other Thoughts: Bought over 200 of these brackets to hang up PC towers. Did a wonderful job and they were sent to me with fast shipping. Had all PCs hung up before my deadline was due.
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Leans a bit

3 Star Rating
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 7:54:34 AM
Pros: I bought two of these Under Desk Mounts and they are supporting a heavy industrial PC and a separate power supply. The holders mounted easilly and I am mostly satisfied with their quality.
Cons: The weight limit of 66 pounds is a bit generous. My PC tips the scale at just over 40 pounds and the final mounted position puts enough stress on the mount that the metal flexes. This gives the final suspended position a significant lean to the left. As a staunch conservative, this is unacceptable... I will reverse the hanger so my computer leans to the right. LOL 66 pounds is probably safe to hang, but plan on installing it next to the side of your desk or a wall so that the PC has something to lean against.
Other Thoughts: I would like to praise your customer service team. They were very accomodating of my last minute, past cutoff/late afternoon, and panicked order. I really had to have these the next day for an unanticipated business installation. Thank you for your pleasant, professional and patient assistance!
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- IT Spec.
1 Star Rating
Thursday, March 11, 2010 2:03:26 PM
Pros: I suppose it hasn't caught on fire and burnt our facility to the ground...yet.
Cons: We purchased 20 of these for a class room. Since the weight of the tower is supported only on one side of the mount, this causes the hanging CPU to lean conciderably. I would guess some of them as far at 12 to 15 degrees. No amount of tightening anything will solve this problem. The only solution I can come up with is to mount a "peg" between the mount arm and the desk wall. 20 of these in a class room leaning like this looks horridly unprofessional. When totally assembled and CPU in place, it feels very unstable and as if it could fall apart at any moment.
Other Thoughts: We bought these, because we could no longer find the mounts like we have in other class rooms that have a support arm on both sides. Those mounts have remained rock solid and if we can find them again, we will get rid of these in a heart beat. We did try the CPU holders that have two straps, but two people, a monkey, and a floor jack are not always on hand to place CPU's back in place.
Response From Cyberguys Tech:
We know the instructions can be a bit hard to follow. Please call our tech support for some installtion tips.
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