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Got a TFT Wallmount (pics)

Discussion in 'Monitors' started by Hamish, 2 Feb 2006.

  1. Hamish

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    I got a wallmount for my Dell 2005FPW the other day, IMO it looks great. Its a BT7513 and was only £27 delivered - bargin :D

    A few pics for anyone interested:

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  2. Hamish

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  3. sachinbadiani

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    nice one :) will those work on the 24 inch do you know?
     
  4. Hamish

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    It should do as long as it weighs less than 15Kg
     
  5. crashuk

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    found it but its £25 +vat and delivery £20 +vat.
     
  6. Hamish

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    auction site ;)
     
  7. Messiah Khan

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    Very nice. I wouldn't mind getting hold of one myself.
     
  8. McDaniel

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    cool stuff :D im getting my 2005 and LG1710B's mounted when i finish uni and move back home for good, canny wait! clear so much deskspace!

    i take it you can still rotate the monitor?
     
  9. Baddass

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    very nice :)
     
  10. Dave2150

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    Looks great :)

    Would have one of those 20" Dells myself if only they didnt have the backlight bleeding :(
     
  11. Shifter_Hull

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    wow awsome also geting one for my self very very nice
     
  12. mosfet

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    Does it tilt? Is it a stanard VESA mount or do Dell have a proprietary system?
     
  13. SamG

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    As above, also off topic sorry but what is the name of the site where you can make those posters that you've got behind your screen.
     
  14. Hamish

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  15. kinggost

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    shame i got a window behind my monitor otherwise id have one
     
  16. Hamish

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    and its VESA: 75mm and 100mm
     
  17. smsmasters

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    Looks great, I need one like that but with the ability to rotate!
     
  18. NathanE

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    TFT wallmounts/stands are great. They just seem to look better when the screen appears to be "hovering". Always a talking point for some reason too. The wallmounts seem to have come down in price a lot recently.

    Here's my dual TFT stand:

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  19. nomadpete

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    lovely looking stand there nathan. what screens are those? look pretty smart.

    i think TFTs waste a lot of potential if they're NOT on an arm/wall mount. once you've used one on a completely flexible arm you'll never want to go back.

    i picked one up a few years ago, and have since persuaded most of my office to switch over - so now i have an arm at home, at one in the office. the desk space and flexibility is just fantastic.

    here's the one at home - has a full range of movement, including pivot, which is useful occasionally!

    i'd heartily recommend anyone with a TFT to get one!

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  20. NathanE

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    They're Hitachi 174's :)

    I'm upgrading my whole rig later this year and am definately considering some wallmounted TFT pivoting arms. Can't get more practical than that! :)