Innovelis has announced that its TotalMount Pro mounting system for the new Apple TV is now available for $29.95 at Apple retail stores worldwide and on the Apple Online Store. The TotalMount Pro is available to ship in 1-2 weeks on the Apple Online Store, with Personal Pickup offered in the U.S. and where available pending in-store stock.

Apple TV wall mount
The flexible mounting system securely holds the new Apple TV, includes a charging remote holder and cable management, has ventilation channels and installs easily with no tools required. The kit is ideal for wall-mounted TVs, as it positions the Apple TV near the HDMI port, eliminating the need to tunnel the HDMI cable through your wall.

TM-Apple-TV-Shelf-300x273"Running an HDMI cable through a wall is too destructive and time-consuming for many people," stated Eric Wengreen, one of the inventors.

A power cord is still required, although some wall-mounted televisions have a power outlet behind the television. Running an Ethernet cable is also needed for a wired internet connection.

The new Innovelis TotalMount Pro can also be adjusted to fit the second- and third-generation Apple TV, as shown with the original TotalMount Pro, pictured right.

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Top Rated Comments

TheAppleFairy Avatar
77 months ago
Considering the new Apple TV looks worse than the old one, I don't want to show it. Right now, I've just hid it behind the TV bench I have.
What do you mean? The extra 12mm of hideous plastic?
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DaveN Avatar
77 months ago
What do you mean? The extra 12mm of hideous plastic?
Yes because 12mm of black plastic next to a big tv framed in black plastic is sooooo annoying? /s
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Ventilatedbrain Avatar
77 months ago
That would be $1250 please . Financing available
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JeffyTheQuik Avatar
77 months ago
Slick, and not a bad price either!

I like this pic, but it'd be nice to have a black lightning cable...
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rtdunham Avatar
77 months ago
Slick, and not a bad price either!

I like this pic, but it'd be nice to have a black lightning cable...
I bought a couple dark (non-apple) lightning cables to use with it, for that very reason, but the ends were shaped a little differently than the official apple lightning cables, which tis device is apparently designed to work with. Consequence: the lightning jack wobbles and as often as not the remote doesn't slide neatly onto it. So I'm back to a white cable, but with it the remote slides right into place. BTW it's an exceptionally well thought out product, more than fairly priced imho.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
lolkthxbai Avatar
77 months ago
The price is very nice for what it does. I like that it holds the ATV just below the edge of the tv and can slide back or forth depending on how big or small the gap is between the tv and wall. Also, if you can't mount it that way or don't like it, you can alternatively mount it behind the tv and out of view. The Siri Remote holder is also a great addition; it keeps the remote near by, allows the remote to be charged and sticks to the side of the tv. The two cable management blocks are a plus.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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