Vision’s VFM-F10 floorstand has an aesthetic which leans into the user and has a sense of stability. Big wheels make it easy to move, and the geometry is designed to minimize trip hazards so the user can interact with the display as naturally as possible, while still meeting tough UL1678 stability regulations.
The fine structure perfectly compliments Microsoft's Hub2.
To get this certification the display is installed, the wheels are locked, then the floor is tipped 10° in every direction; the stand mustn't tip over. This limits to SWL of this floorstand to 45 kg (99 lb).
The Halo perfectly matches the round "bump" on the back of the Hub2.
Portrait or Landscape
The Hub2 can be fixed to the stand in either portrait or landscape.
For users who are sitting down they can lean the Hub forward to vertical to reduce glare and make sure the conference camera is pointed at them. For users who are standing the display sits at a 7° angle.
Medical-grade 4″ (100 mm) castors glide over any bumps, making the stand easy to pull even on deep carpet. Big wheels reduce vibration of your expensive AV equipment. All wheels are lockable.
Hide cables in the lower section of the rear legs. The excellent cable management reduces the chance of the wheels rolling over the cables when you adjust the floor stand.
Two generous hooks around the back allow cables to be stashed out of sight. Particularly useful to hang power extension cables on when you need to move it.
The rear shelf is 460 mm (18.1") wide - big enough for a laptop and mouse. If it's not needed just fold it up out of the way, or take it off.
Side by Side
The legs are not wider than the display in portrait mode so multiple displays can be parked next to each other.
Get Through Doorways
At only 652 mm (25.7") deep this stand fits through standard doorways no problem.
APC Battery Bracket
The bracket attaches the Microsoft APC battery for Hub2S underneath the shelf, out of the way. Note: with part code VFM-F10/HBKIT this needs to be ordered separately. From July 2021 it will be included with the new part code VFM-F10/HB.