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Mount for iMAc g5 with isight (built in)


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i need yo know how and if there is a way to mount an iMac G5 with built in iSight?

what products do i need?

Can some one point me in the direction (ie. a website)

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http://www.abtelectronics.com/product/19909.html

google it before making us do it!! lol jk
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http://www.abtelectronics.com/product/19909.html

google it before making us do it!! lol jk
but i would still need the vista thing, right?

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yes, but those are fairly common
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where do i get one?

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heres some info...
http://www.ergoindemand.com/vesa_mon...unt_charts.htm
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I hope you didn't buy that stuff just yet. The NEW iMac G5 with built-in iSight does NOT support wall mounting, the reason being certain components that were reachable from the outside on the previous models are now internal. Someone will probably invent a new kit in a few months to take it apart and perform this rather difficult and tedious process anyway, but the iMac G5 mount kits for the old models DO NOT WORK, and Apple does NOT support any kind of mounting process. So if you tried to find a workaround with a future kit, you'll be on your own.

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I hope you didn't buy that stuff just yet. The NEW iMac G5 with built-in iSight does NOT support wall mounting, the reason being certain components that were reachable from the outside on the previous models are now internal. Someone will probably invent a new kit in a few months to take it apart and perform this rather difficult and tedious process anyway, but the iMac G5 mount kits for the old models DO NOT WORK, and Apple does NOT support any kind of mounting process. So if you tried to find a workaround with a future kit, you'll be on your own.

Has anyone successfully wall mounted one of these yet? I just bought one and would prefer it on the wall. I bought this one:
APPLE IMAC 2/1.83 160GB 512MB SD 17"
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