Mini Tablet Holder
The Tablet Holder complements the ever-changing office landscape by creating an additional workspace to use tablet technology. The adjustable Tablet Holder can adapt to how the user needs to use the tablet for taking handwritten notes, typing a document, having an Internet meeting or even using the tablet as an additional monitor.
- Platform Material: 1/4” phenolic
- Accommodates tablets 5.5” to 9.625” wide and up to an inch thick.
- 75mm VESA mounting pattern for mounting to most standard flat screen arms.
- Allows full access to all ports and buttons on the IPad.
- Adjustable sit-to-stand viewing and operation.
- Adjustable angle for comfortable use and viewing
- 6.76” x 5.5”
- Creates additional workspace to utilize tablet and phone technology
- Allows full access to all ports and buttons on the iPad
- Available in black, white or silver
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