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One sure fire way to make sure you never lose your iPad? Stick the thing in your wall. Now available in North America from Bracketron, the iRoom iDock is a motorized dock for your Apple tablet that can be flush-mounted into your wall. Once connected to your power supply, the system's proximity se

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It's only been a year or so since DirecTV rolled out its H24 satellite receiver but that is already old news now that the company is starting to deliver the new wall-mountable H25 multiroom box. Our tipster indicates it's functionally the same but much smaller, with no touch screen on the front

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Wall mounts have been around since forever and a day, but let's be honest, they've never had something quite like an iPad to cling on to. And now a couple of enthusiastic tablet users have gone and concocted their own homemade articulating display stands, showing how easily it can be done. Al forwa

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Just because ultra-thin displays look like paintings doesn't mean you should just hang them on the wall with some eye-screws and wire, wall people! Thanks to Sanus' new VisionMount Super Slim TV mounts, though, you can properly affix that fashionista-approved TV to your (we're guessing white) wall

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We don't dabble too heavily in HD furniture and the like here, but this question just seemed to far-reaching to pass up. Take it away, Lester:\"I'm thinking of buying a 42-inch LCD TV soon, and I'm looking at wall mount options. I'd love something that can move left / right / up / down at least a li

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With Stewart Filmscreen and OmniMount doling out all new motorized mounts for CEDIA, we reckoned it was only a matter of time before Sanus hollered \"me too!\" Right on cue, the VisionMount LT25 has been revealed, boasting aluminum alloy rails and high-grade ABS decorative end caps, a weight of just

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A year after introducing the Ultra Low Profile Series flat-panel mounts, OmniMount has shown up at CEDIA time once more with a new way to hang up your set. While not nearly as unique as Stewart Filmscreen's Media Décor, the new Motion40 will still put a little motor into your mount. The remo

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You know what time it (almost) is, so you'll be prepared to handle a whole new breed of TV mounts as well. With CEDIA upon us, Chief Manufacturing and Sanus are both rolling out the same automatic motorized tilt mount, though it'll be dubbed LT15 for Chief and CM8 for Sanus. Put simply, this was de

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Peerless has been known to crank out some fairly svelte wall mounts for flat-panels, but it really outdid itself with this one. Christened the \"world's thinnest mounts,\" the Slimline universal mounting solution comes in at just 0.4-inches thick, which would unquestionably bring your LCD / plasma ri

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For anyone paying attention, they'd realize that short-throw projectors are all the rage right now. Thankfully, there's a wall mount manufacturer out there lookin' out for those digging in. Beginning this month, proud short-throw PJ owners can pick up a WPA Wall Mount from Chief that enables their

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Since mounting a TV on the wall is all the rage these days, we decided to check out a mount that really makes wall mounting make sense. Sure, wall mounting is worth it to most people just because it looks cool, but how practical is it? It's very practical if you decide to use an articulating mount

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People just love to mount TVs on the wall, not sure if it's just the wife factor or what, but there is no doubt it's the thing to do. There are a few problems though, how high, which mount, where do you put the rest of your equipment, and how to you get power to it? Now, we don't know what the elec

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