• Tuesday , 19 October 2021

Rotational wall mount and mobile trolley for Flip

Peerless-AV has introduced the new Rotational Wall Mount (RMI3-FLIP) and Mobile Trolley with Rotational Interface (SR560-FLIP) for the 55″ Samsung Flip (WM55H) interactive UHD display.

With a robust feature set focused on safety, durability and aesthetics, these dedicated solutions provide 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.

“Interactivity is still on the rise, and more collaborative spaces and huddle rooms are being designed into the working environment, resulting in a growing demand for AV technology that facilitates user engagement and productivity,” said Keith Dutch, Managing Director – EMEA, Peerless-AV. “Samsung’s WM55H is contributing to this growth, but we saw a gap in the market for mounting it to the wall in settings where floor space is limited. Specifically designed for the WM55H, and in an attractive white gloss finish to match, users have a choice between wall mount or mobile trolley solutions to suit their requirements.”

Peerless-AV’s new solutions have been designed to support the features and functionality of the 55″ Samsung Flip 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.
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.

New dedicated mounting solutions for Samsung Flip provide the ultimate flexibility in collaboration spaces

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