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Pros: Very easy to install, works great, sturdy, instructions are not complicated. Took more time finding a stud in the wall (107 year old house with plaster and lathe walls) to mount it to than to drill the holes and bolt it to the wall.
Cons: None that I ran into!
Other Thoughts: This comes with a 6' HDMI cable, that was a nice surprise (even though it states it in the description and I missed it).
Because there are so many different styles of monitors, make sure you test the bolts that connect the bracket to the monitor. My monitor needed (2) spacers on the top (2) holes of the bracket but were not required for the bottom (2) holes, because the monitor back is like a triangle with the point to the top. Some monitors will be flush so a spacer wouldn't be needed.
Equipped with a level bubble!
Cons: It comes with (6) heavy duty bolts to install the mount to the wall, but (2) out of the (6) broke when screwing them into the wall. So now I have 2 screw fragments and holes in my wall. That is worth 1 egg. I did follow the instructions, specifically drilling the hole into the wall stud and then screwing the bolt in, but under the torque (2) broke.
Other Thoughts: It was a very good price, heavy duty and all in all, a good purchase.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It was awesome while it lasted. Worked for 6 months and then died. Then the Customer Service from HE(double hockey stick) happened.
Cons: It has been 12 weeks since this died in late Oct 2014. ASUS's customer service has given me the run around for 12 weeks. Don't expect an easy fix with them.
The problem with the motherboard is that it verifies POST and then locks up on the TUFF BIOS screen. They say it's one of my components, if that's true then this motherboard is broken because POST is saying the components are okay.
Other Thoughts: Long story short, 12 weeks, 2 motherboards, 3 shipments to ASUS repair facility (a joke, they have no idea what they are doing, I picture monkeys in lab coats looking at my motherboard), and countless hours on the phone and emails.
They are a billion dollar corporation and they for some reason cannot send me a $179, new in the box, motherboard. They want us consumers to just give up instead of being helpful in anyway shape or form. They are a horrible company with horrible policies.