My new 2013, 27 inch VESA MOUNT Imac

Discussion in 'iMac' started by eyeapple, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. eyeapple macrumors newbie

    Feb 17, 2013
    I am so excited and happy to show off my new quad core i7, 27 inch Imac with built in VESA Mount....I mounted it using a flat wall mount bought on amazon.... It gave such a stylish and professional appearance to my desk i cannot believe it....not a single wire is visible upfront and all of them were run thru the wall behind my for performance, there is no match for the iMac.....i will be spending lots and lots of time in front of this beauty....:):):):):)

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  2. Acorn macrumors 68020


    Jan 2, 2009
    it looks great. the nice thing about the vesa mount is you can almost guarantee that someone will make a imac "foot" that connects to the vesa mount eventually. so you will get the best of both worlds. I wanted the vesa mount really bad but I was not willing to wait for it. I wanted to walk out with my machine that day so no vesa for me. I am really happy with the machine anyway though so I guess i wouldnt change it even if i could.

    screens always looks so neat and tidy when people run the wires through the wall like you should.
  3. cit1 Suspended

    Jun 11, 2009
    Wow that looks nice! What did you do with the power cord coming out the wall closer to the ground? Also has anyone done anything with a USB plate?

    That would be cool to have a plate with 2-3 USB ports on the wall that you could plug your phone/printer into
  4. nuno1959 macrumors member

    Oct 19, 2009
    hi eyeapple

    & congrats on your new baby !!

    it does look very neat but then again........i AM an old time fan of the "wall/desk arm mount" way of life ! :)

    check it out :

    both my 27'' & my Cintiq are mounted on Ergotron arms & after using these for years i doubt i could go back to a basic, standard stand !!
    this way offers SO MUCH MORE flexibility in everyday use !...
    however my walls being masonry, i decided to live with a small bundle of cables, tied as neatly as possible on the back rather than have masons cut a groove on my wall

    yup, life can be full of hardships sometimes !! ;-)


  5. TyPod macrumors 68000


    Nov 2, 2006
    And Yourself?
    Looks unreal, great job with the installation! Love the mousepad as well! :)

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