Premier Mounts Interactive Digital Signage
The company's new digital signage kiosks support 40 inch to 55 inch displays and the kiosks integrate provisions for cabling to provide property owners a neat and seamless communications solution.

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Premier Mounts' new custom kiosks can be placed in areas such as airports, train stations and hotel lobbies where digital signage can be easily viewed. The company adds the products can be easily customized for specific applications.
February 22, 2013 By CI Staff

Premier Mounts is a well-known manufacturer of display and mount solutions in the commercial and residential electronics markets.

The Skinny: The company is set to expand its line of products through the launch of its new digital signage kiosk.

The Specs: Premier Mounts says its kiosk product accommodates displays ranging from 40 inches to 55 inches and the product is customizable to help serve a variety of needs. The kiosk product features dual pole brackets to safely support a display, and it incorporates an internal cabling channel to create a seamless, integrated looking visual solution. In addition, Premier Mounts supports the product with a choice of customizable colors and finishes. It also offers a full weight capacity of 160 pounds.

Solutions: Premier Mounts says the kiosk can be used in corporate buildings, train stations, retail establishments, hotel lobbies and many other places.

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