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Can the new AppleTV be Velcro mounted?

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Since this thing is so small, might it be possible to Velcro mount it to the back of one's TV so it's not even noticeable? It's got no moving parts, does it?

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Yes, definitely.. I found this discussion after googling "appletv velcro" because I know I saw a pic of that a while back -- with the older heavier aTV! If you ever need to remove the velco just use a little "goo gone" to remove the glue.
The remote is IR so you need line of site, or a strong battery and signal so it can bounce back there...
But also, aTV can be controlled by your iPhone, Touch, iPad.. using WiFi.... enjoy!!

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