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Best Mounts for Mac mini in 2022

Your Mac mini looks fantastic on your desktop. However, you might want to use a computer mount instead to protect the device better (and also hide it), so you have more room in your work area. Below, find the computer fixture that's right for you and get to work!

Here's the bottom line…

When it comes to picking a mount for your Mac mini, it all comes down to personal preference, but there are a couple things you should consider before making a choice. Start by asking yourself where you want to position your Mac mini. Several of the mounts on this list will allow you to mount your device to any flat surface, but if you're looking to have your Mac mini on the back of your monitor, then consider the HumanCentric Mount (opens in new tab). It's super sleek and lightweight so it won't add too much bulk to your setup, and it's made of plastic so it won't scratch the back of your monitor. It's also on the cheaper side, which is almost always a good thing.

Now, consider how important protecting your investment is to you. If you generally appreciate a bit of added security then the Maclocks Security Mount Enclosure (opens in new tab) is your best bet. This mount is made of aluminum and will allow you to connect a lock to your Mac mini. You will need to spend a little extra cash compared to the other options on the list, but it might be a small price to pay for the peace of mind.

Stephanie Barnes is a contributor at iMore. She fell in love with technology after building her first PC as a little girl. She later followed that passion to become a front-end/iOS engineer before switching to writing full-time. Stephanie's writing on technology, health and wellness, movies, television, and much more can be found all over the internet, including at HuffPost, HelloGiggles, PopSci, MindBodyGreen, and Business Insider.

At iMore, she covers everything from breaking news to product roundups with the latest and greatest devices, apps, and accessories on the market. Stephanie also writes the occasional how-to guide to help readers get the most out of their Apple's devices and services.