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Topic # 113052 3-Jan-2013 20:55
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Looking for a slimline form factor PC display, built in speakers , approx 24", that can be mounted against  the wall via a slimline mount.   ie, quite similar to the samsung slimline tv's but smaller. 

Any options out there? Google was not so productive on this.  

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  Reply # 739948 3-Jan-2013 22:46
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Is this slimline mount by any chance VESA compatible?

I've seen AOC monitors with IPS technology going around 9mm thin like the I2353PH - I think generally them and LG go for the physical design wow factor

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