Navigator Series iPad Pro Floor Stand & Height Adjustable Enclosure w/ Lock - Silver
- Fits Apple iPad Pro 12.9" Model Gen 3, 4 and 5
- Secure Lockable Tablet Enclosure
- Easily Adjust Height Between 47”-67”
- Enclosure Rotates, Tilts, and Swivels
- Sturdy Weighted Base
iPad Pro Adjustable Height Holder with Silver Glossy Finish for 12.9 Inch Apple Tablet
iPad Pro adjustable height holder lets you mount and display your 12.9" device on a dual locking aluminum enclosure to prevent theft. The floor stand includes a telescoping pole that stretches between 47" - 67" in total height. Featuring full mount motion, the iPad Pro adjustable height holder includes an aluminum mount tablet enclosure capable of rotating, swiveling, and tilting freely. Lightweight enough for transporting around trade shows and complete with an extra strength sturdy metal base, the floor stand provides complete versatility for different events. The silver gloss finish and sleek slim profile will enhance the look of your lobby, waiting room, trade show booth or office space. You can use the iPad Pro adjustable height holder as a POS system, to display videos, images, corporate news and create a unique experience for your customers.
|Overall Width x Depth||32.0" x 20.0"|
|Height Range Min. x Max.||50.5" x 73.5"|
|Viewable Width x Height||7.8" x 10.4"|
|Line or Series||Navigator|
|Placement Type||Floor Standing|
|Features||Rotating, Tilting, Lockable, Adjustable Height|
|Maximum Device Width||8.8"|
|Max. Device Height x Depth||12.3" x 0.5"|
|Mount or Enclosure Width x Height x Depth||9.8" x 14.5" x 0.875"|
|Compatible Devices||iPad Pro 12.9" (3rd, 4th & 5th Gen.)|
Resources: Manuals, Videos, & Templates
Assembly Instructions - IPROFLFilename: iprofl_assembly_instructions.pdf (682.60 KB)
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Posted one year ago by Displays2go