One of the great things about flat panel TVs is that they can be mounted flat on walls. There can be difficulties though particularly if you have a lot of devices you want to connect to your TV. Here’s a tip on how to choose a suitable TV for a wall mount.
Virtually all flat panel TVs may be wall mounted, using VESA compliant TV mount brackets. However if you use a bracket that has a very narrow form factor you will find it hard to fit HDMI and AV connectors into the back of some Digital TVs. This is particularly true if you have a TV that has a flat back. Bending connectors can eventually damage the sockets on the TV or the plugs on the cables. Sharp bends in cables can also break the internal conductors over time.
My suggestion is look for a TV where the connectors are either mounted in a recessed section of the back panel, or that are mounted horizontally on the bottom of the TV. This will mean that the connectors have room to fit without forcing them or the cables to bend too sharply.