News | August 29, 2007

ATDEC Debuts Versatile Wall Mount

August 30, 2007 - ATDEC, a visual display mounting company, announced the U.S. introduction of the TELEHOOK TH-30-50-RW wall mount for large 30-inch to 50-inch flat panel displays, reportedly the first to offer full 360-degree rotation capability for easy and instant transformation from landscape to portrait mode.

Available in a silver powder-coated finish the mount reportedly ensures complete support and can be mounted at a minimal distance from the wall. Having high levels of the flexibility in pan and tilt adjustments, the mount sits 3 inches from the wall, this feature is achieved by developing and incorporating ATDEC’s proprietary “universal rotation technology,” a single mechanism for easy adjustment of the display’s tilt, pan and rotation at the same time.

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