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Interlink Projector Ergo Stand Nearly Unlimited Adjustability

Updated on March 15, 2011

Anyone that has ever tried to set-up a projector knows that it is not always an easy task. The table may be too low or too high, the screen is often too high or too low, as strange as it sounds - there may not be enough phone books in the room to set the projector at the correct angle and slippage is always a worry. The Interlink Projector Ergo Stand is an easy way to avoid the unfortunate issues experienced by so many.

It is frustrating to find yourself in front of a room full of people to see your PowerPoint Presentation half on the screen and half on the wall. As you juggle with the projector you look less professional with every passing moment. Do not leave your good reputation in someone else’s hands. When you arrive at a conference it is your responsibility to have what you need. Knowing how to use the equipment is a must. The Interlink Projector Ergo Stand is easy to use and provides a lot of versatility in a small space.  

 

 

The Projector Ergo Stand adjusts to various projectors. The base is a constant size but will accommodate platforms that support projectors with a footprint (up to 11 in. x 8.8 in.) or those with smaller footprints. The Ergo Stand measures 3.5 inches high and weighs 2.4 pounds. It will support projectors weighing up to 10 pounds. Both of the platforms have a slip-proof surface and the base has four slip-proof feet. As you tilt and swivel the platform (360 degrees) positioning the angle of the projector, there is no worry that the whole system will come crashing down.

Mobility is an important feature for those that travel to business meetings, conventions and even family reunions. The Ergo Stand is not touted to be extremely mobile but it is small enough and light enough to travel with. The base and small platform measures approximately 9.6 x 7.4 x 3.5 inches. The price is reasonable enough that one could be purchased by those that host events requiring the speakers to use a projector.

 

 

The Interlink Projector Ergo Stand comes with a 5 year Limited Warranty. Prices vary from around $40 to $50. There is no assembly required so it will make an excellent gift for those that have most everything else. You may know someone that gives presentations at meetings. Others may enjoy showing off family photos and family vacation slides taken in the past. The easier it is to use the projector the more likely it will be used often.

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    • Dumbledore profile image

      Dumbledore 6 years ago from Somewhere in Ohio

      Try adjusting a projector mounted to the ceiling. Especially a ceiling over 12 feet tall when you do not have a ladder. A projector on a table is certainly easier to use.

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      Dallas W Thompson 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      In the market for something like this. Thanks for the research. Lots of information.