Ultimate Support HYM-100QR HyperMount QR

Dynamic Laptop Stand with Angle-adjustable Telescoping Support Arms and QuickRelease Center Post
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Give Your Laptop the Support it Deserves

The Ultimate Support HyperMount QR dynamic laptop stand lets you achieve ergonomic perfection by placing your laptop where you need it. The HyperMount QR mounts to any 5/8" threaded stand, such as a mic stand or an Ultimate Support APEX AX-48 Pro keyboard stand. But it also sits pretty on your desktop with the included T-stand adapter. The QuickRelease center post makes it a snap to connect or disconnect it from a mic stand. While strong enough to safely hold your laptop and other small electronics, the Ultimate Support HyperMount QR also folds up and fits in your backpack.

Ultimate Support HyperMount QR Dynamic Laptop Stand Features at a Glance:
  • QuickRelease center post makes it a snap to connect/disconnect
  • T-stand included for additional desktop option
  • Angle-adjustable telescoping support arms that lock laptop in place
  • Folds down flat and compact for easy transport
Give your laptop the support it deserves with the Ultimate Support HyperMount QR!

Tech Specs

Type Stand Mount
Weight 3.35 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 17511

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 7 reviews
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5/5

Just purchased my third one

In my opinion this is the best-designed laptop support for a keyboard player. My live rig includes a two tiers of keyboards (I also use an Ultimate stand for my keys) plus a MacBook Pro for my sounds and a Livid DS1 for live control of my sounds.I wanted to have the Livid DS1 come over the top of my second keyboard, but most stands are too short and they get in the way. I have my support mounted on an Atlas mic stand with a heavy 12-inch base so it is rock solid, and you can adjust to any height, limited only by the height of the mic stand. The stand sits just behind my keyboards and the DS1 comes over my top keyboard in just the right spot to tweak knobs and sliders during the performance.The arms adjust to the size of the device; the angle is adjustable and does not move once you get it set up; the rear tabs keep the laptop from sliding off the back. There is nothing to come over the top to hold the laptop down but if there was it wouldn't work with the DS1. There are square brackets on the end of the arms to help keep the device from moving, and there are tacky grips on the arms. I have never worried about the laptop falling off.I can see using this with a wide range of MIDI controllers up to roughly 12.5 to 13-inches in depth, 2.5 inches tall, and maybe 19 inches wide. You're not really limited in width other than the fact that the arms are about 9.5 inches apart, so if your device is too wide it won't have good support under the ends.I originally got one for my MacBook Pro but I bought the second one for the DS1 and I am getting two more to keep at the church where I play.Highly recommend these Ultimate laptop supports.
Music background: Keyboard player for Weddington United Methodist Church 10:10 Praise Band
5/5

The perfect solution for a 3rd keyboard!

I currently use the Ultimate Support in 2 gigging bands and have only been able to use 2 keyboards at any one time. I was trying to figure out a way to use my Roland GAIA for both bands but never wanted to get the third tier for my stand. I also didn't want to to use an additional stand, so the idea of using the GAIA was pretty much ruled out.THEN THIS! Saw this item at NAMM this year and thought oh boy! While advertised as a notebook stand, I put pressure on it, laid on it pretty hard and realized this would probably be perfect for my GAIA (8 lbs). I checked with the manufacture and my Sweet Water rep did some checking and it was concluded it should work.Received the unit (really quickly, Sweet Water rocks!), took off my boom mic mount and put this on. It fit fine over my top keyboard and then I put the GAIA on it. With the bottom arms extended all the way and the back tabs pointed up (exactly as pictured), the GAIA fits perfectly! It's as though this was made just for it and oh, by the way you can put a laptop on it.I should point out, it's rated for 10 lbs and the GAIA is my only keyboard I'd ever put on it. The GAIA is a light keyboard that doesn't require much force for the keys. For a laptop, this would be perfect!
Music background: Weekend warrior
5/5

Best Purchase of the Year!

love this laptop stand for production and performance needs -- especially when using my keyboard rig set up! solidly built and beautifully designed. Can't imagine anything better!
Music background: Pianist/Keyboard Player, Arranger, Music Director
4.5/5

Safe and Secure

Fantastic. I waited about a month for these to come back in stock, and got notification they were once again available the night before I had a show. I ordered one and have it overnighted to me. (A fact which I would be so glad for after using it for just one time)In the midst of one song, I spun to my right and promptly clocked my MacBook Pro with the headstock of my guitar. Let me be clear, I hit it VERY hard! My MacBook Pro stayed firmly secured in the mount, and the mic stand I had it mounted to stayed perfectly upright.The only adverse effect was my firewire cable came unplugged. However, because my laptop was still upright and in good shape, I was able to reconnect my firewire and fire my loops back up while the rest of the band wrapped up the song and worked the crowed. It worked out so well, I think the crowed was minimally aware of the issue. (if they knew anything happened at all)
4.5/5

Almost exactly what I needed

Mounts nicely to mic stand. Snugly holds my beloved MacBook Pro. If you plan on mounting to mic stand, as I did, be VERY careful if you use a 3 legged mic stand. It extends my laptop out enough such that it easily tips. Not balanced. Careful positioning of legs do help, but I'd keep an eye on it just in case. Possible solution would be to use a weighted circular mic stand base - which I plan on doing.
Music background: Music Director, keyboardist, arranger
See also: Ultimate Support, Ultimate Support Laptop Stands, Ultimate Support Miscellaneous Computer Accessories