Just navagate to the apple store main page--ZoomZoomZoom said:The link expired. I'm very interested in this.
What's the exact name of the product? So I can go search it up
The scuttlebutt seemed to be at that time that there was some relationship between that and the permanent fix for the "midplane" related issues on the G5 iMacs, although the Rev. Bs were VESA-mountable and did not have midplane issues....Richard Flynn said:There was a VESA mount kit for the iMac G5 but when the Intel transition happened it was quietly dropped (the rev. A Intel iMacs couldn't be fitted with the old VESA mount kit). I suspect that people complained which is why Apple is bringing this back, so I wouldn't necessarily see this as the preclusion of some great Media Centre announcement.
tkidBOSTON said:Just navagate to the apple store main page--
its in the "New to the Store" section on the right side...
"VESA Mount Adapter Kit for 24-inch iMac"
Check out this link: Large LCD wall mount selection. The VESA adapter just allows you to hook it to any VESA-compliant mount. One of these gives you the flat option. Though you may have difficulty reaching your cable jacks in this scenario. I've heard of people cutting holes in their walls to gain access.BurtonCCC said:Now is there any attachment that will put it right up against the wall, or does it always have to be on an arm that's mounted to the wall? Also, the iMac is pretty heavy, do you need to find a stud in your wall to support it? I'm pretty new at wall mounts if you can't tell, but I think it would be sweet, especially for an iMac.