Under desk monitor?

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Under desk monitor?

Postby Ted Allen » Sun, Aug 26 2007, 12:39PM

Hi,
Does anyone know of a source for a under the desk monitor mount?

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Postby Mike Bowers » Sun, Aug 26 2007, 2:57PM

Ted are you talking about the monitor setup where its at an angle through the top? Because if so I might still have the info I received years ago. I can't remember the company's name right now, but could look for it at the shop tomorrow. Let me know.
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Postby Brendan Sarradet » Sun, Aug 26 2007, 6:51PM

Ted,

See if this is what you are looking for. http://www.kitchensource.com/computer-a ... a-1283.htm

I just did a quick google search under Hafele and here is another one that might be even more beneficial for you. http://www.tablelegsmd.com/nova/nova_retrofit_kits.htm

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Postby Michael S Murray » Mon, Aug 27 2007, 6:48AM

Hi Ted,
Hafela has that set up.Make sure to include several hrs labor to install it.
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Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Aug 27 2007, 7:07AM

Not meaning to hi-jack this thread but has anyone else ever thought about incorporating a TV lift into a desk to raise a flat screen monitor and then hide it? I thought it would be neat but have never done it.
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Postby Mike Bowers » Mon, Aug 27 2007, 9:13AM

Brendan Sarradet wrote:Ted,

See if this is what you are looking for. http://www.kitchensource.com/computer-a ... a-1283.htm

I just did a quick google search under Hafele and here is another one that might be even more beneficial for you.
http://www.tablelegsmd.com/nova/nova_retrofit_kits.htm


Ted, I'm glad Brendan found it, that is the same as what I have.
Mike

And Kerry that would be pretty neat to rig the tv pop up for a flat screen, a tad bit pricey though.

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Postby Rob Davis » Mon, Aug 27 2007, 12:09PM

The most common ones in our area are made by Nova and they include undercounter monitor for flat or conventional screens.
http://www.novadesk.com

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Postby George Davidson » Mon, Aug 27 2007, 12:54PM

My money saver computer desk :?:
The customer ended up at Kmart :evil:
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Postby Mike Bowers » Mon, Aug 27 2007, 1:01PM

That looks like a TV Lift used. There you go Kerry....
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under desk monitor

Postby Ted Allen » Sat, Sep 01 2007, 6:52PM

Thanks guys,

I have shown the customer and waiting for an answer.

Thanks
Ted


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