Great mount, very sturdy. Extension from the wall is a plus for hooking up rear cables to TV. The mount has good left/right turning even with my 52" TV. Versatile mounting holes give this mount a wide range of applications if you don't have studs you can use in the center of the wall. The tilt works great for higher wall mounting of TV's. All in all it was easy to install. The instructions are not the best but, they are very easy to figure out. Most mounts of this type are in the $200-400 range. This one is a steal.
It works. It came fully charged (APC's literature made it seem like it would have to be charged for 6-8 hours before running self-test.)
Fits, cheaper than a new unit, fast Newegg shipping. Batteries came with a good amount of charge on them and UPS fired right up after they were put in. Less than an hour later they were fully charged. Bought for XP1500-LCD
This is the 2nd one I've bought they both work great, are sturdy, and have plenty of motion adjustments to optimize viewing angles.
- it slides right in - it seems to be the genuine product as advertised
Sturdy, easy to install, moves well and includes channels to contain wiring along the scissor arm and reduce cabling mess. Comes with a cardboard template (even has a dust catcher on the bottom of the template) to make marking/drilling holes easy. There are also enough different VESA mounting bolts to accommodate just about any flat panel you might want to throw on here. I mounted an early 120hz Vizio 47" LED LCD weighing in at just shy of 80lbs, and bolted it to wood studs. Doesn't sag, moves in and out from the wall easily, and we keep the TV at about a 60 degree angle from the wall. It has enough flex to go perpendicular, and the tilt forward and twist are easy enough to manage with a wrench. Contains mounting hardware and instructions for wood or concrete structure.
Easy to assemble Template for drilling the holes in the wall It's a little high priced but once you see the heft and quality you will see it's worth it.