Furniture and Mounts
K2 Mounts Serves Up New Combo and Workspace Mounts
Mount your flat-panel displays from 23 to 60 inches with the universal combo display wall mount, or clear up some desk space with a workspace mount from K2 Mounts.
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K2 Mounts’ V7 WS1-G2T-S mount
April 18, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

K2 Mounts has brought us cool items like motorized, remote controlled mounts for our flat-panel TVs. Now, the company has entered a partnership with V7 (the house brand for Ingram Micro) to develop and merchandise universal mounts under the V7 brand.

These include universal combo display wall mounts and workspace mounts. The solid steel combo mounts come in two sizes—one for 23- to 37-inch displays and one for 37- to 60-inch displays, good for homes or businesses. They’re available this month for $199 and $299, respectively.

The V7 workspace mounts allow for 360 degree display positioning of your displays, and clear up some desk space clutter. The two types can accommodate displays up to 20 pounds and come with quick release security locks. They’re also now available, for $149.

For your assurance, all V7 models are UL approved, conforming to VESA standards, and include all installation hardware. With the variety of TVs and computer displays available these days, we know you can never have enough options to mount them and save space.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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