Wanted: system for hanging Powermac under desk

Discussion in 'Product Recommendations/Reviews' started by markdouglas, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    Dear Gang,

    I would like a very simplistic system to hang a dual G5 Powermac under a desk. I'm not referring to a basket, but a couple of steel clasps or hangers through which the top handles of the Powermac slide and let the machine hang under the desk. Though I've never seen a product like this, there's gotta be something like it. I'm a minimalist and would like to put a product like this under an antique desk if it exists.

    Any ideas as to whether something like this exists?

    Mark
     
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    thank you

    I sure appreciate the link. I, too, Googled for this and for some reason didn't get any hits. This looks perfect for me.

    Anyone else with any other solutions?

    Mark
     
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    patrick0brien

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    -markdouglas

    My father has this hanger for his G5.

    This thing is one solid hunk of metal - but boy is it cool!
     
  5. macrumors 6502

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    Why

    Im wondering why you are looking for a desk mount for your G5. I dont really understand the reason. Maby im just missing something. Who know. Please dont take this as an insult im just wondering.
     
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    Maybe he doesn't want the clutter of it on his desk, and doesn't want it on the floor because of dust.
     
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    patrick0brien

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    don't drill holes in an antique desk! what's wrong with the old computer on the floor style? Neither one gives that much more space, or rather, that much more usable a space.
     
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    jackieonasses

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    who said antique??? what if it is a modern particle board that he doesn't care if it has holes?
     
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    Ermmmm....

     
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    jackieonasses

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    well i stand corrrected.
     
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    Counterfit

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    I wouldn't trust a G5 to particle board. Heck, I wouldn't trust my Beige G3 to particle board. Because particle board sucks! (and God help you if it catches on fire!)
     

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