I need pricing for the following please:
1 x 42" LCD TV with mounting capabilities (and mount/screw/bolts included) - must also have VGA port
1 x Small Form Factor computer of minimal specification (to run Xibo client from Win XP)
Also open to quotes from companies who can fit the equipment to the wall, but will fit myself if push comes to shove.
Can someone take a look at these and tell me if this should do for a display screen setup:
TV: LG 42LH3000 42" Full HD LCD TV 1920x1080 50,000:1 3ms 50Hz HDMI/PC/USB Input Vesa Wall Mountable Gloss Black - Ebuyer
Mount: Universal EBUYERFIXED flat plasma/lcd bracket that fits 32"-50" displays - Ebuyer
PC: Acer Aspire Revo R3610 Desktop PC - Desktops at Ebuyer
The PC will be running Xibo client (which needs all the .nets etc). It will connect to the TV via VGA. We will store the PC in the cabinet, which is on the other side of the wall to where the TV is going to be mounted - so we can just drill straight through the wall for wires etc.
How easy are these mounts to fit? Are bolts and such included with the mount?
Can anybody advise with the hardware above?
In terms of running an Atom machine with the .NET frameworks for Xibo, I'll assume you'll be fine. The atom platform is very capable and we have an Asus EeeBox PC running one of our home-grown displays. It runs Firefox for us fullscreen and displays a web app, which I believe is what Xibo does
That TV looks fine. Bang your VGA into it and you're golden.
Don't really know about the TV bracket. We've previously bought a smaller one than that but it didn't get used... Seemed really simple though, and I'm pretty sure it came with some (maybe not all) the required bolts etc. Probably worth checking with eBuyer, then making sure you won't annoy your site staff if it arrives without them!
As for fitting the pc, both the EeeBox and the Revo are very thin machines (barely more than an inch or so thick) and could be hidden away in many places. We have our EeeBox mounted to the wall in the ceiling void with the bracket it came with. It's a natty little plastic thing designed to fix it to the back of a monitor, but it does the job!
Hightower (2nd March 2010)
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