Computer monitors and smaller televisions usually have the VESA MIS-D standard. With the VESA MIS-D standard, the mounting holes on the back of the monitor or TV have a horizontal and vertical distance of 75 or 100 mm to each other, which corresponds to a VESA standard of 75x75 or 100x100. Due to the decreasing weight of the newer monitors, screens with a screen diagonal larger than 58,3 cm now also have the VESA MIS D standard. It's best to measure your VESA standard yourself!
For monitors or televisions with a VESA MIS-D recording, a diverse selection of monitor mounts from renowned manufacturers such as Dataflex, Erard, Ergotron, Humanscale, NewStar, Novus, peerless, SMS, VCM, Vogels or Wissmann is available on the market. Examples include floor / ceiling brackets, electric or motorized monitor holder, monitor stands, multiple brackets (for example 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 8 monitors), column brackets, cabinet mounting brackets, slatwall monitor mounts, desk brackets, traverse brackets or wall mounts. All monitor holders can be attached directly to the screen using the VESA 75/100 standard.