To me it looks a bit high for optimal monitor ergonomics anyway. Your eyes should be roughly in line with the top of the screen I believe, with your arms bent approx at 90 degrees at the keyboard.
(Relaying advice from a few independent physios)
That advice is pre-desktop PC, and hasn't been updated since the days of the being called VDUs, and users would mostly look at the top of the screen.
If you do this with a modern (i.e. since the 90s) desktop, you're going to be looking down too much, potentially leading to back & neck issues, as most of your reading will be in the lower middle part of your screen, and that's the part you want just slightly below eye level.
IANAP and YMMV