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CES: Philips displays alternative flat panel mounting

There were several mounting methods displayed at the annual CES convention in Las Vegas, most of them what you would expect from mounting brackets, swivel arms, and beautiful entertainment center stands.

But one method took the cake. This large clear piece of plexi-glass can sit dead center in any room and not compromise style or real estate. Located in the Philips section of the convention, the display drew lots of ooohs and aaaahs, and some questions too. How did they get all those wires up to the flat panel without being noticed?

It appeared there were several thin vertical wires shooting up to the flat panel from the box the whole display sat on. These wires are hardly noticable in the picture below, but appear to be perhaps fiber optics or possibly component cables stripped down from their heavy shielding. Audio wires are kept down below, as this panel has no attached speakers.

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