Premier Mounts' Stand Merges Form and Function to Create Race -worthy Experience

CES attendees invited to test drive a VirtualGT race simulator at Premier Mounts Booth #20550

Premier Mounts' Stand Merges Form and Function to Create Race -worthy Experience


CES attendees invited to test drive a VirtualGT race simulator at Premier Mounts Booth #20550

ANAHEIM, CALIF. (Dec. 19, 2007) - Offering its customers the winning edge in mounting solutions for more than 30 years, Premier Mounts' stands and mounts have been used into a wide range of unique applications.

At the 2008 International CES, Premier Mounts will showcase its most recent innovative application - the VirtualGT, a personal racing simulator from Virtual Power Entertainment. Show attendees will have the opportunity to test drive the simulator in Premier Mounts' booth (South 1 20550).

The world's first and most realistic auto racing simulator, the VirtualGT is designed to provide a racing experience that is only surpassed by the real thing. Every aspect of the simulator is designed to enhance the realm of the virtual experience - from the seat to the gear shifting and the dashboard view.

"In order to design an adrenaline pumping, heart pounding race simulator, we knew we had to pay particular attention to the size, placement and aesthetics of the dashboard view which was the flat -panel display," said Paul Stary, engineer at Virtual -E Corporation. "It was critical that the mount stand offer both form and functionality. We found what we needed and more from Premier Mounts."

The Virtual GT racing simulator incorporates a black PSD -TTS/B stand from Premier Mounts. The sleek design of the stand and vertical chrome posts perfectly matches the overall aesthetics of the simulator. The adjustable mounting arms can be positioned to achieve the perfect viewing height and the stand base is bolted to the simulator frame for added stability and security. Additionally, the mount tubing conceals all wiring and cabling so that the race simulator has a clean appearance.
"At Premier, we love a good challenge," said Len Dozier, president and founder of Premier Mounts. "We get energized by opportunities, like with the VirtualGT, to develop and deliver innovative support solutions that balance the client's vision and A/V technology needs."

The universal PSD -TTS/B stand fits 32" -50" flat -panel displays and incorporates Premier Mounts' patented Griplate™ System, which securely holds the displays in place during and after installation. The PSD -TTS/B has an MSRP price of $199.99.

About Premier Mounts
For more than 30 years, Premier Mounts has been at the forefront of the audio/visual industry, creating solutions that have opened new opportunities for the use of A/V technology in homes, businesses and educational institutions. A global leader in developing and delivering innovative supporting solutions for projectors and flat -panel displays, Premier Mounts pioneered the concept of the universal mount. Today, Premier Mounts' employees around the world pride themselves on connecting customers to the finest mounting solutions for A/V technology. For more information on Premier Mounts, please visit www.mounts.com

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