I briefly owned an ASUS ZenScreen to use as a secondary display with my laptop. Not only was the stock "stand" just a velcro-held triangular folio, but I had use the external monitor vertically to somewhat reach the height of my laptop raised on its stand.
My bracket design slides on the edge of each cradle on both sides of the stand and does not iinterfere with the laptop. Because the monitor is relatively light, I wasn't worries about the brackets snapping, but I printed them at 100% infill just to be safe. The display sits a lower angle than I prefer, but text was still easily readable.