Video Mount Products Features New Universal LCD Under Cabinet Mount at EH Expo Spring 2008

The LCD-UC1 Holds Most LCD TVs from 10- to 17inches and up to 20 lbs., can be Flipped Up to Store/Protect LCD When Not in Use, and has Tilt and Swivel Capabilities

STEVENSVILLE, Md., Jan. 25, 2008 - Video Mount Products (www.videomount.com), a leading provider of mounting solutions for the video, audio, and security industries, is proud to announce that it will launch its new LCD -UC1 Universal LCD Under Cabinet Mount at the Spring 2008 Electronic House Expo, held in Orlando, Fla. from March 13 -15 at the Orange County Convention Center, booth 2123.


"Today's consumer wants to be able to place their flat screens in nearly any environment in both home and business settings, including hiding smaller screens under cabinets so they are out of view and not taking up valuable space when not in use," explained Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. "VMP's new LCD -UC1 holds most 10 - to 17 -inch LCD TVs up to 20 lbs., has tilt and swivel capabilities for optimum viewing angles, and can conveniently flip up to keep the LCD out of view, as well as protected, when not in use."

Additional features of VMP's LCD -UC1 include:
• 75mm and 100mm VESA standard compliant
• silver powder coat finish
• MSRP $83.95

For more information, please visit www.videomount.com or call (410) 643 -6390.

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