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New Adam Sandler film “Click” Features Two Innovative LCD Mounting Arms
Posted on August 7, 2006 by Innovative Office Products, LLC
“Click,” which was the number one movie at the box office its opening weekend, is about a workaholic architect who finds a universal remote that allows him to fast-forward and rewind to different parts of his life.
The EVO LCD mounting arm is featured on a desk in an opening scene. Later in the movie, the LCD ceiling mounts hold monitors in a futuristic hospital scene.
"The movie clearly demonstrates the modern design and flexible uses of our EVO arm and ceiling mounts,” said Joe Tosolt, Innovative's director of marketing. "It's a perfect example of how our products are designed for the office of today and the buildings of tomorrow."
EVO is Innovative's first new LCD arm redesign in five years. It is designed for design-conscious commercial and home office furniture computer users who understand that computing can be done both in comfort and in style. The elegant arm levitates a flat panel monitor above the work surface, enabling fingertip adjustment of monitor height and position and rotating 360 degrees at three pivot points.
Check out EVO and the LCD ceiling mounts in “Click” or for more information visit Innovative Office Products at www.lcdarms.com, or call 800-524-2744.
About Innovative Office Products, Inc.
Innovative Office Products, Inc. is an Easton, Pa., manufacturer that designs and builds an industry-leading product line of mounting solutions for computer monitors and keyboards. Founded in 1986, the company produces innovative products and custom-designed solutions that serve the needs of such prominent customers as the New York Stock Exchange, IBM, Lockheed Martin and NASA. Among many design awards received by the company is the 2006 red dot design award, and a silver medal by Business Week magazine's Best Product Designs Of The Year for 2002.