Premier Bows Multi-Monitor Mounting Series

By Staff On Jun 20 2005 - 6:00am




A multi-monitor mount series for mounting several LCD monitors to either a wall or tabletop is new from Premier Mounts. With this versatile mounting system, users can mount up to six LCD monitors, creating an “instant” video wall that saves valuable desk or floor space.

The tabletop version, or MMT, comes with mounting arms that support up to three LCD screens. It can be bolted to a tabletop or secured to any horizontal surface with a clamp. Suggested retail is $349.99.

By adding an extra mounting, called a MMA, users can mount up to a total of six LCD monitors. Suggested retail is $249.99.

The wall version, called MMW, at a suggested $349.99, can be mounted directly to any single stud or to any other solid surface. It can accommodate up to three LCDs.

For ceiling applications, users can add an adjustable-height suspension adapter, called AST-246, at a suggested $149.99 retail.

The mounting arms allow smooth articulation in any direction and provide consumers with the ability to slide monitors horizontally. The mounting interface brackets offer additional tilt and pivot for precise placement, and allow 360 degree screen rotation.

The multi-monitor mount series fits all Vesa-standard monitors between 10 inches and 20 inches.

A new EB series of stands and carts from Premier Mounts replaces the company's UPD cart. The EB features a dark gray base with elliptical curves, polished chrome poles and total cable management.

The series allows users to choose either a static stand with adjustable floor glides for ease of leveling, or a cart with smooth-rolling, 4.5-inch casters for added mobility.

Static floor stand with 60-inch poles and glides, model PSD-EB60, has a suggested $524.99 retail. With 72-inch poles, retail is $549.99, and with 84-inch poles, retail moves to $594.99.

A mobile cart, with 60-inch poles and 4.5-inch casters, has a suggested $599.99 retail. With 72-inch poles, retail moves up to $624.99.

The cart and stand series began shipping late in May.

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