iPad Holder w/ Locking Enclosure, Hidden Home Button - Silver
Home Button: Hidden
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- (2) Locks on Enclosure
- (4) Predrilled Holes in Base
- 25-degree Fixed Display Angle
- Covered Home Button
- Compatible witha Variety of iPad Models
iPad Counter Holder Secures Apple Tablets Inside a Locking, Metal Enclosure
This iPad counter holder that deters theft is one of the most secure methods available for displaying a tablet in public settings. The tablet holder, iPad stand that covers the home bottom, ensures a viewer cannot go to the home screen and open apps other than the one viewable when the tablet is put into the display.
What other security features are included? First, the base has four holes to allow businesses to permanently attach the enclosure to a table or counter. Screws are included with purchase. This iPad stand, also known as a tablet holder, also has dual locks on the enclosure to secure devices within. A durable combination of steel base and aluminum case ensures potential thieves cannot simply break the case open. At the base of the iPad stand, an opening provides access to the charging port. As a result, an Apple tablet can be charged while safely secured in the case. A combination of convenient features, security controls, and a very affordable price makes this tablet enclosure the best metal iPad stand for sale online!
|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 1, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7", iPad 2017 (5th Gen.), iPad 2018 (6th Gen.)|
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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.