Peerless-AV introduces rotational wall mounting solutions for the Samsung Flip display - Installation

Peerless-AV introduces rotational wall mounting solutions for the Samsung Flip display

New rotational wall mount and mobile trolley provide a natural angled writing surface for seamless touch interactions
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Peerless-AV has unveiled its new Rotational Wall Mount (RMI3-FLIP) and Mobile Trolley with Rotational Interface (SR560-FLIP) for the 55" Samsung Flip (WM55H) interactive UHD display. 

The rotational interface on both the wall mount and trolley allows the user to easily rotate the display 90° from landscape to portrait, and holds the display at a negative 4.5°, further promoting ergonomics with a more natural angled writing surface. The unique cable management system allows cables to be routed through the interface, which keeps the cabling safe and abrasion free when rotating the display.

Featuring mobility, an appealing design, display height adjustment, and a pre-assembled base, the Mobile Trolley with Rotational Interface ensures quick assembly, while providing a rigid, but attractive structure to match the display. Cable management access provides routing options on both sides of the mount for power and data. The 4" castors meet safety requirements and make it easy to move from room-to-room, ensuring nothing is damaged along the way.

Providing a robust feature set focused on safety, durability and aesthetics, the mount is aimed at providing users with the "ultimate flexibility" in corporate and education collaboration spaces. 

"Once the display is mounted, the ergonomic negative tilt and simple rotation allows users to easily write or sketch in landscape or portrait orientation," said the firm in a statement..

The new Rotational Wall Mount (RMI3-FLIP) and Mobile Trolley with Rotational Interface (SR560-FLIP) for the 55" Samsung Flip are available now through Peerless-AV’s authorised reseller and distributor network.

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