Peerless-AV announced the availability of two universal desktop tablet mounts — the PTM400 and the PTM200 Universal Tablet Cradle, as well as the KP510-B Tablet Stand for iPads.
The PTM400 Universal Desktop Tablet Mount features adjustability functions that can fit most tablet devices on the market today. Both the width and height are adjustable, allowing installers to ensure expensive devices can be manipulated by desktop or standing users without the risk of breakage. The PTM400 version features standard Philips-head screwdriver tightening, while the PTM400(S) also offers theft-resistant hardware. With thirty degrees of tilt and swivel and three hundred sixty degrees of roll, the tablet can be positioned for maximum visibility and usefulness. Available in white or black, the Universal Desktop Tablet Mount also features integrated cables, which ensure wiring can be routed through the back of the mount.
The Universal Tablet Cradle PTM200 is adjustable to fit most tablet devices up to 0.75” in thickness. It also features a 75x75mm VESA pattern, which enables it to attach seamlessly to any other wall mount with a matching VESA pattern. Available in black or silver, the cradle mount comes with hardware covers that lend the product a professional appearance. There is also a PTM200(S) available with theft-resistant hardware.
Designed specifically for Apple iPad 1 and iPad 2 devices, the KP510-B-I Tablet Stand provides customers with a stable and easily accessible platform to showcase content. It stands at 45 inches tall, which Peerless says is the ideal height for users to operate the device comfortably, and fits the product withinADA reach distance guidelines. Weighing only 19 pounds, the stand can be moved easily and comes with security hardware to deter theft of the tablet PC. The clamshell style encasement securely surrounds the tablet PC while providing quick and easy access to power, cable and other inputs. The cover design is hassle-free opening and closing for maintenance or swapping out the tablets.
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