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Salamander Designs Creates Two New Fixed Height, Mobile Display Stands
Posted on Friday, June 9, 2017
Salamander Designs Creates Two New Fixed Height, Mobile Display Stands

Always Responsive to Rapidly Emerging AV/IT Needs Salamander Designs Delivers New Fixed Height Mobile Display Stands

Salamander Designs, Ltd., a leader in premium quality Commercial and Residential audio/video furniture solutions made in the USA for over 25 years, has announced the Fixed Height Mobile Display Stands for interactive touchscreen products such as the Microsoft Surface Hub and other VESA-compliant displays. Like other stands in the FPS Series these stands are robust, designed to accommodate monitors from 42 to 100+ inches in size with a weight capacity up to 400 lbs. Salamander FPS stands are best-in-class products made in USA.


FPS Mobile Fixed Height Stands

Available in two sizes: Model FPS1/FH/GG supports displays 42” to 65” up to 175 lbs. and FPS1XL/FH/GG supports displays from 70” to 100” plus and up to 400 lbs. 

The display mounting height is adjustable during set up. Stands include an external storage cubby as well as internal rack equipment mounting. Accessories include a retractable power, camera shelf, laptop holder and speaker bracket. 

Made from heavy gauge welded steel the FPS series is built to last. Large, strategically placed handles and premium castors allow for easy mobility between meeting rooms, huddle and or collaboration areas. These stands are ADA compliant. 

Designed to meet your needs, these stands deliver sleek design, functionality and mobility.

“We listen intently to AV/IT marketplace problems and quickly deliver viable solutions. This Fixed Height Mobile Display Stand is yet another solution to quickly evolving workplace technology needs.” explained Salamander Founder and President, Salvatore Carrabba.

Available to ship September 2017, starting at $1999.

Please see Salamander at infocomm 2017, booth #2181.