Atdec Debuts Dual LCD Computer Monitor Mounting Device
Jul 26, 2007 12:00 PM
Atdec announced the U.S. debut of the Visidec Freestanding Double Horizontal LCD computer monitor mounting device. Providing the easiest and most elegant way to mount two flatpanels side-by-side, Atdec’s new system is designed to meet the demanding requirements for a wide variety of applications, including corporate, financial, surveillance, and other multi-monitor applications such as gaming. Its sleek design and unique features make it an elegant yet affordable LCD monitor mounting solution for the broader marketplace. The Visidec Freestanding Double Horizontal is currently shipping with an MSRP of $229.
The Visidec Freestanding Double Horizontal mounts two widescreen LCD computer monitors ranging from 12in. to 24in. and up to 25.3lbs. in weight. It fits 3”x3” and 4”x 4” mounting hole patterns. The distance from center of pole to the rear of display is 4-13/16in.
The Visidec Freestanding Double Horizontal offers horizontal and vertical adjustments as well as a +/-40° angular adjustment. It can display monitors in both portrait and landscape rotation and has a very small footprint that’s just 15in. wide x 12in. deep. The unit sports a stylish black base with matt silver poles and includes a sophisticated built-in cable management system.
“Atdec is a leader in the LCD monitor mounting industry and we are committed to offering our customers unique and innovative products at affordable price points,” says Jerome Green, Director of Atdec. “The new Visidec Freestanding Double Horizontal is the ideal LCD monitor mounting solution for any user who requires viewing two displays simultaneously. It is sleekly designed, offers a gamut of features and won’t break the bank.”
The Visidec Freestanding Double Horizontal “direct mount” patented mechanism has been repetition tested to 20,000 cycles without the need for adjustment. A five-year limited warranty is included with the purchase of the unit.
For more information, visit www.atdec.com.
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