This is the re_computer case: Vesa Mounting Bracket that allows installing the re_computer case to the back of the monitor using the standard Vesa Mounting Holes.
- 10+: $4.50
- 20+: $4.30
- 50+: $4.20
- Convert the re_computer case to the Standard Vesa Mounting Holes Pattern.
- Mount the re_computer case to the back of the monitor.
- Clean desktop set-up with re_computer case and popular SBCs.
This is the re_computer case: Vesa Mounting Bracket that allows installing the re_computer case to the back of the monitor using the standard Vesa Mounting Holes. This completes the ODYSSEY-X86J4105 with a re_computer case desktop set-up, with the device installed to the back of the monitor and so keeping the desk clean.
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- re_computer case: Vesa Mounting Bracket x 1
- Screws x 5
- Screw Pillars x 5
- Gasket x 5
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Stop hiding my review, your customers need to know the issues with this productWhy do you keep hiding my review of this product? It's too flimsy. The mounting pegs rip out of the soft sheet metal far too easily. I know it's inexpensive but users should be made aware of how delicate it is. I can't even apply enough pressure to push the pegs onto the mounting holes of the re_computer case without tearing them out. You need to do a version 2 of this product with a harder metal plate even if it costs a little bit more.
Handy, but flawedThese are certainly handy, but the metal of the vesa plate itself is way too soft and so the screw pegs hodling the re_computer case can be ripped out way too easily if *even the slightest force* is used to push the re_computer onto the pegs. I've managed to destroy 2 of these already fixing 1 re_computer to the back of a monitor