iTop Floor Stand Aluminum for the North American market only
The iTop secure iPad Floor Stand in combination with the iPad is ideal for product presentations at service desks, retail, hotel receptions, showrooms and expos.
Durable high quality Floor Stand with integrated docking for the Apple iPad connector and cable. Its frame is constructed out of aluminum. The top is made of a very though solid surface composite (Corian). The top is 90 degrees rotatable to allow for either portrait or landscape presentations. Futhermore the Ttp has an anti theft lock system to secure the top and iPad to the frame. A sound port is integrated and a reset option for the iPad while in the holder. Also the headphone connection of the iPad is available.
- Semi matt white Corian iPad holder
- Anodized high quality aluminum - Integrated docking (connector and cable)
- 0/90 degrees rotatable - Anti theft device (lock or screw)
- Optional home button block available
- Easy assembly (tools included)
- Worldwide shipping - Fully compliant ADA 2010 requirements
- Headphone access - Made in the USA
On stock in North America , Buy Now call:
USA 646 845 1846 - Canada 647 724 4065
home button available
home button covered
What our customers say : "Exceptionaly well built - like a tank", "It looks even better in person", "Wish I found this earlier", "Best iPad Stand around", "If anything, your product is over-engineered", "Premium design, quality and customer service", "We love the clean design"
Corian is the brand name for a solid surface material created by DuPont. It is composed of acrylic polymer and alumina trihydrate. Due to its non-porous quality, Corian is approved for use in specialized environments, such as laboratories and hospitals. More about Corian here
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The iTop Twist iPad stands are compliant with the Americans Disabilities Act through the 2010 ADA standards for accessible design as published in the Federal Register on September 15, 2010 . These final rules will go in effect on March 15, 2011. You can find a link to the ADA2010 Standards here.