Mounting a flat panel TV securely on a wall is one of the best ways of positioning the screen at the right viewing height and angle, while freeing up valuable room space. Traditional mounts have to be drilled and screwed into a stud or brick wall in order to hold the weight of the TV. But if you're not a DIY fan, live in an apartment where attacking the wall with a power drill isn't an option, or just think you might change your mind later about where you want to watch TV, then this no-drill TV mount kit from Sanus might appeal.
The Foundations Basic Series comprises two three-shelf AV stands the BFAV344 and BFAV550 - which can be used in combination with the Sanus new Foundations FMK056 Mount Kit to position the TV to the desired height without drilling into the wall or taking up additional shelf space. The mount kit attaches directly to the back of the AV stands with no drilling or installation required on the wall.
The FMK056 includes a tilting mount that provides ±12° of tilt and up to 30° of swivel to help you get the perfect viewing angle or dodge sunlight reflections at various times of the day.
The BFAV344 is available in high-gloss black lacquered finish, while the BFAV550 offers hardwood front veneers that come in a chestnut or chocolate finish. Both feature a curved shape, which allows the furniture to be positioned in the corner of a room or flat against a wall.
Hiding unsightly cables is often a problem with wall-mounted TVs, too. But both furniture units have cable management holes for keeping AV cables organized and out of sight.
The BFAV344 and BFAV550 units can support TVs up to 56 inches and have a top shelf weight capacity of 125 lbs (56 kg).
The Sanus ‘no drill’ FMK056 mount sells for US$199.99, the BFAV344 costs US$269.99, and the BFAV550 is US$229.99. All are available now through specialty AV suppliers.
Posted on:December 11, 2010, 6:52 am
Tata Group, after launching the cheapest car in the world has come up with another coolest project as Tata nano home which will be cheapest house in the market and can be built within a week time.
The nano house dwelling with pre-fabricated materials, including doors and windows for a house of around 20 squares in size. The material consists of jute cladding or coconut with complete interior layouts. The price for the nano home will be about $ 700 which is roughly about NRs 56,000
PreVue is the brainchild of industrial designer Melody Shiue from the University of New South Wales. The idea behind the device is very simple a unit with a flexible screen is attached to the a pregnant woman. On the other side of the device there will be an imaging unit which will record the position and movement of the baby in real time resulting in a real life image of the baby in the womb.
PreVue is currently just a concept. It's unclear how exactly Shiue suggests the device will operate. The most likely way is via some sort of advanced ultrasound.
Portable Bluetooth speakerphones that provide a hands-free way for drivers to stay in touch while on the road are nothing new. Nor are voice-controlled Bluetooth speakerphones with text-to-speech capabilities to read out the name of a caller. But the new SuperTooth HD adds a something new for social networking tragics on the go in the form of a SuperTooth Handsfree Assistant feature that allows drivers to compose and send Facebook, Twitter, e-mail and SMS messages, all without taking their hands off the wheel
Vstone, an Osaka-based technology firm, is organizing the world's first marathon for robots. As many of you will already know, a marathon is 42 kilometers (or about 26 miles), and these little mechanical men are ready to run the whole thing. The miniature bipedal robots (some autonomous, some remote-controlled) possess a far shorter stride than the average runner, so they won't likely be clocking in under anything close to four hours. They'll have to complete a total of 422 laps of a 100-meter track to make up the distance.
A new 3D high definition consumer camcorder is about to be released by JVC, which combines a couple of proprietary lenses, a pair of CMOS sensors and a newly developed imaging engine to simultaneously record both left and right 1920 x 1080i resolution images. The GS-TD1 benefits from 5x optical zoom while recording in 3D mode, optical image stabilization, onboard solid state storage and a glasses-free 3D touch panel display.
JVC's latest Everio camcorder addition combines two 3.32 megapixel, back-illuminated CMOS sensors with JVC 3D TWIN HD GT F1.2 lenses, which is said to effectively offer two different 3D HD
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) says that an area of forest the size of Greece is cleared every year and that a significant proportion of that wood is pulped to make paper. In an effort to curb the needless printing of documents, the German branch of the organization has teamed up with Jung von Matt to introduce a new PDF-like digital file format that actually prevents a user from sending documents to the printer.
Mounting a flat panel TV securely on a wall is one of the best ways of positioning the screen at the right viewing height and angle, while freeing up valuable room space. Traditional mounts have to be drilled and screwed into a stud or brick wall in order to hold the weight of the TV. But if you're not a DIY fan, live in an apartment where attacking the wall with a power drill isn't an option,
Years of progress in making phones smaller and more portable have all been dismissed in one stroke by Japanese gadget and novelty company Hashy-Topin. Phone x Phone is a clever iPhone dock/charger unit designed to transform your iPhone into a plain ol' regular fixed-line telephone.
Nissan will show a new car at the Los Angeles Motor Show later this week, which takes unique attributes from at least three different segments to create a vehicle seemingly purpose built for Southern California. Set to go on sale in early 2011, the Murano CrossCabriolet 2011 is an all-wheel drive crossover convertible which Nissan says has plenty of room for four adults,
Leaf has updated its professional camera back range to include the new Aptus-II 12 and Aptus-II 12R. The new models feature a full frame, 53.77 x 40.3mm, CCD sensor with the world's highest resolution - a massive 80 megapixels. Capture speeds are under 1.5 seconds per frame and shot preview is via a 6 x 7cm (2.3 x 2.75 inch) touch screen that's designed for challenging light conditions