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I was looking on the Apple Store today and stumbled across the VesaMount Adapter Kit for 24-inch iMac and I was just wondering if anyone has one of these and is it something worth having. Plus just how safe is it to potentially put my iMac on a wall mount? Or is this a reliable product?

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Haven't used one myself, but have heard good things about them. Seem very well designed and built.
I've had experience in mounting heavy objects, so as long as you mount it correctly and securly, you shouldn't have any problems.

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. . . so as long as you mount it correctly and securly, you shouldn't have any problems.
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lol, completly agree. I had a freind who hung a 20 inch flat screen without using one...I told him to, but he said the TV was light enough it didnt matter. He found out at 3:00 am while sleeping that same night that the TV was a tad to heavy for just dry wall.

On that note I was looking to do the same as i run 3 screens and want to mount all 2 on the wall. imac 20" (don't know if they make a wall mount for it), apple 23 inch cinema display, and a samsung monitor connected to my PC for the the rare times i use it. If I get the 3 of them up soon i will post my thoughts on it.
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lol, completly agree. I had a freind who hung a 20 inch flat screen without using one...I told him to, but he said the TV was light enough it didnt matter. He found out at 3:00 am while sleeping that same night that the TV was a tad to heavy for just dry wall.

On that note I was looking to do the same as i run 3 screens and want to mount all 2 on the wall. imac 20" (don't know if they make a wall mount for it), apple 23 inch cinema display, and a samsung monitor connected to my PC for the the rare times i use it. If I get the 3 of them up soon i will post my thoughts on it.


thanks man I would really appreciate any news about this product.
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anyone have any success using the VesaMount? And just for clarification you still have to buy an arm for the mount correct?
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