OmniMount PROCFCART Media Cart Review
- Product Name: PROCFCART Media Cart
- Manufacturer: OmniMount
- Review Date: March 13, 2012 07:10
- MSRP: $799
- First Impression: Pretty Cool
- Fits most: 37—55" flat panels
- Supports: 50—90 lbs (23—41 kg)
- Lift: 20" (510mm)
- Tilt: 20º
- Rotation: 90º
- VESA compliant: 200mm, 300mm, 400mm, 500mm or 600mm wide and 200mm or 225mm to 400mm high
- Warranty: 3 years
- Color: Black
One of the things we haven't really talked about is the OmniMount Pro CF Cart. This is The name is kinda weird, but it stands for Professional Constant Force Cart, OmniMount's new design for mounting a TV that can be moved around from room to room. The Pro CF Cart features 20" of vertical adjustment that literally takes just a touch. There are no knobs or levers - everything just... works. You can also rotate your display between portrait or landscape at-will by releasing the rear lock and twisting the mount 90 degrees. The cart is super-easy to roll thanks to oversized wheels that lock and we found it to do well over channel drops and cable covers and other small obstacles.
It's the smooth tilting and height adjustment that really caught our eye. OmniMount uses something called Ergotron Constant Force technology. This is a new technology for the company and it's showing up in all sorts of mounts. We like it as it basically results in tool-free adjustment - in this case, of both tilt and height.
On the back of the Pro CF Cart you've got this integrated cable management system that can route both power and audio/video wires and cables safely and in a way that hides them from view. You can even get a shelf that stores a Blu-ray player or other device that can remain with the cart and the display.
Retailing around $799 (though we're pretty certain you can pick it up for less), the Pro CF Cart is a brand new take on the old TV carts of days gone by. I mean, seriously, which type looks like it's part of the 21st century and which one really needs a serious push down a flight of stairs?
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