For years there have been four TV wall mount categories: fixed, tilt, full motion and motorized. There’s a case to be made for the viability of each, but it’s time to get familiar with a new player.
Think about your TV for a second. How often do you find yourself watching the TV from another room or vantage point other than the couch? For instance, cleaning out the kitchen cupboards while watching Hoarders or catching up on the news while ironing your work clothes.
What constitutes a home theater room is evolving. It’s still a place to watch your favorite shows and movies, but it’s also a place to play, socialize and work. This means, in many cases, it’s no longer enough to mount your TV on the wall solely for perfect couch viewing.
So OmniMount is evolving, too, and INTERACTIVE TV mounting with height adjustability is the result. What’s the key benefit? You get the best picture and sound whether laying, sitting or standing. Plus, and this is a big plus, it’s the best solution available for TVs mounted higher on the wall.
There will be a lot of cool TV technology on display at CES 2013, as TVs get larger, lighter and higher definition, and OmniMount will be there too, with the solutions inspired by you. You are exploring where TVs are mounted and how they’re being used. We’re bringing you the categories to make your vision the very best reality.
Come visit us at booth #26121 or check back here in January for show updates.