iPad Stands w/ Locking Enclosure, Hidden Home Button - Black
Countertop iPad Stand Holds Apple Tablets in Vertical Format on Counters
These countertop iPad stands for retail use look similar to many other models on the market. However, upon close examination, the enclosures have numerous features specifically engineered for a particular market segment within the digital advertising community. What unique attributes do these metal iPad stands have? First, this tablet holder has a series of security features that make the display practically theft proof! There are two locks on the covers of these iPad stands that keep devices secure. Second, the base has four pre-drilled holes so advertisers can easily bolt the unit to their counter. Additionally, a mostly steel construction ensures potential thieves cannot break the enclosure.
Security is an important factor when considering different iPad stands that do not rotate. However, businesses sometimes make the mistake of sacrificing style and some functionality in exchange for security. This is an unnecessary sacrifice, as these metal iPad stands have many security features without sacrificing style or functionality. A gloss black, powder-coated finish gives the steel body of the enclosure a very sleek appearance. The Apple device mount, iPad stands that have a 25° tilt, hold tablet devices at an angle that allows customers to easily interact with the tablet.
|Overall Width x Height x Depth||8.3" x 12.5" x 7.0"|
|Viewable Width x Height||5.8" x 7.8"|
|Placement Style||Counter / Tabletop|
|Maximum Device Width||7.5"|
|Max. Device Height x Depth||9.6" x 0.375"|
|Compatible Devices||iPad 2nd Gen., iPad 3rd Gen., iPad 4th Gen., iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7", iPad 2017 (5th Gen.), iPad 2018 (6th Gen.)|
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No home button opening
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.