Premier Mounts Debuts New Mobile Mega Mount Cart for Large Flat-Panel Displays from 80

Large displays now on the go with Premier Mounts' new mobile mega mount cart

ANAHEIM, CALIF. (May 8, 2012) - Premier Mounts (www.mounts.com), an internationally leading manufacturer of mounts, carts & stands, and accessories, announces a new addition to their mobile cart product line, the PMC-MM-085. Using the MVWC-2X2 mobile cart as the base with a newly designed mounting head capable of 360° of rotation, it tackles the challenge of bringing mobility to extra large single screen displays, specifically from 80" up to 103" and larger or up to 500 lb.


By combining some of the innovative, high quality features of the AM500 mega mount and the MVWC-2X2 mobile cart with a new and innovative design, larger displays have flexibility, mobility, and mounting options that are invaluable for rental and staging, hospitality and education.

Heavy-duty casters with a reinforced design accommodate the 500 lb. weight capacity and assure stability even on the most uneven surfaces, including trade show and other event settings. Likewise, the heavy-duty casters provide swift maneuvering and precise placement in any desired location. A revolution for large display support, the PMC-MM-085 provides 360° of rotation, allowing displays to be viewed in either landscape or portrait orientation, as well as any other arbitrarily angled view. The mount also features both a positive and negative tilt adjustment to always have the perfect viewing angle and account for involuntary display tilt due to equipment weight.

"Premier Mounts continues to expand its product lines and develop new and innovative mounts to benefit and provide support for all high definition displays, large and small," stated Tiffany Dozier, Vice President of Sales at Premier Mounts. "From our compact iPad mounts to our extra large mobile mega mount cart, all of our products guarantee high performance and are backed with a lifetime warranty."

Along with the many accommodating features for supporting and maneuvering the display, the PMC-MM-085 enables the mounted flat-panel height to be vertically adjusted on the cart to always ensure the optimal viewing angle. Other noteworthy mentions include a hassle free setup, with the cart being assembled and ready in 30 minutes or less. The PMC-MM-085 also consists of a solid bottom skirt ad tray to store and protect A/V or IT equipment.

For more information please contact customer service at (800) 368-9700 or visit www.mounts.com

About Premier Mounts
An internationally recognized leader in the development and delivery of innovative mounting hardware for more than 35 years, Premier Mounts provides state-of-the-art, top-quality products for A/V machinery installation in any setting, no matter the challenge. Premier Mounts and its employees are dedicated to achieving the company's core value of "creating positive customer experiences." From business to residential settings, or universal to custom-made products, Premier Mounts is committed to delivering the utmost in product quality and customer service by continually meeting the needs of our consumers. For more information on Premier Mounts, please visit www.mounts.com

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