Cool! Picatinny Rails for Computer Monitor & Accessory Mounting

Show at the Northwest Shooting Sports Expo, gaming company GAEMS has shown one of their latest wares, the GAEMS Rail System, which uses the common Picatinny rail specification and applies it for the electronic enthusiast. The new Rail System uses the now “old fashioned” quad rail to provide versatile mounting for a variety of devices.

The GAEMS Rail System comes in two flavors, a “Satellite Stand” and a “Weighted Stand”, the latter being designed primarily for monitors. The Satellite Stand supports lightweight devices such as GAEMS lightweight monitor, tablets, photos, cameras, etc. The Weighted version supports larger devices, up to 14 lbs (about the weight of a 24″ monitor).

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The hollow inside of the rail is used for cable management and routing, which as a former IT guy is highly appreciated. Nothing worse than a desk with cables going everywhere!

Pricing on the stands clocks in at $229 for the Satellite and $249 for the Weighted version. Those picking up the weighted version will also get an AR carry handle for both the tacti-cool factor and ease of transport.

Details on the Satellite Stand:

  • Fully adjustable, the tablet clamp and ball joint rotates 30 degrees in all directions.
  • Supports the GAEMS M-155 & similar size monitors. Up to 4 lbs.
  • Aluminum with anodized black finish.
  • For everyone – but particularly great for gamers, vloggers and streamers.

Rail Components

  • Quad base
  • 15″ quad rail
  • M-155 spring clamp
  • Tablet clamp & ball joint
  • Steady handle

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And the Weighted Stand:

  • Fully adjustable, the ball head VESA mount rotates 30 degrees in all directions.
  • Supports up to 24” VESA compatible mounted monitors & devices. Up to 14 lbs.
  • Aluminum with anodized black finish.
  • For everyone – but particularly great for gamers, vloggers and streamers.

Rail Components

  • Weighted base plate
  • 19.5″ quad rail
  • VESA mount & ball joint
  • Horizontal rail
  • Spring clamp
  • AR Handle

Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • Gus Butts

    Now that I have rails on my guns and my coffee mugs, I can have rails on… my computers… ?

  • Spencer


  • b0x3r0ck

    Why is this not in mlok figured we would have learned by now.

    • Sunshine_Shooter

      When you sell your heavier model for more money and weight = good, expensive weight saving tech is working against you.

  • GR1M

    They really shot themselves in the foot when they limited the monitor size to 24″ Max. As an avid gamer and PCMR, I wouldn’t bother with a monitor under the 27″/30″ min size.

    Awesome idea though!! At first I thought M LOK woulda been best, but considering its just gonna sit there and hold electronics the weight savings and low profile of M LOK provides gives no benefits here.

    • Martin M

      Pro gamers are typically limited to 24 inches. This, I suspect, is their target market. Get the pros using these, and then branch out into the greater PCMR.

    • SpartacusKhan

      also, anyone willing to drop that much money on just a stand already has a much larger monitor – or three

  • GhostTrain81

    My PC is now sub-MOA

  • Sunshine_Shooter

    I’m actually really intrigued by this.

  • LazyReader

    Picatinny rail on everything!

  • SP mclaughlin

    Now my Xbox one and laptop feel really left behind….

  • iksnilol

    I sorta want to make one out of a cheapo quadrail from the net.

  • stephen

    This just shows how easily a fool is separated from his money.

    I mean, come on… the pic of the monitor totally hides the picatinny rails.

    Totally worthless IMO.

  • MarcoPolo

    Needs MOAR tactical.

  • A bearded being from beyond ti

    I wouldn’t buy anything from a company that can’t spell games right, on top of that in all CAPS.

    • JoshCalle

      GAEMS is actually a pretty big name in the gaming industry. They made some badass portable Xbox rigs. Basically just a suitcase with one wall plug that you flip open to play.

      • A bearded being from beyond ti


  • Ryfyle

    Now can I mount a Monitor on to my AR!

  • LazyReader

    Even the Empire approves of picatinny rail