Security Lockable Countertop Kiosk Stand Holder for iPad
SIIG Lockable Countertop Kiosk POS iPad & Tablets Security Stand Holder (CE-MT3N11-S1)
The iPad stand, also known as tablet kiosks, has many uses which help to distinguish your business from the competition. Restaurants, Retail stores, information centers, car dealerships, or exhibition halls can easily place these units around countertops and tables, offering a more intimate look at the specifications of products, showing interactive uses of goods, or taking meal orders. However, choosing an iPad stand that is solid and secure is important to keep your valuable iPad or tablet from theft. SIIG's Lockable Countertop Kiosk POS iPad Security Stand Holder (CE-MT3N11-S1) is recommended to satisfy your need as well as help to both upsell and provide a great experience at your business.
For Most Sizes of iPad & Tablets - This stand is the direct descendant of our popular previous version to maintain all the features and to add extra compatibility to fit most 9.7" to 11" tablets, including iPad/ iPad Air/ iPad Pro (11-inch version)/ Samsung Galaxy Tab A/ Tab A7 and Tab S6 Lite.
Camera Can Still Work - There are holes for the front and rear camera lenses to accommodate most dual-camera iPad models.
No More Cable Clutters - This stand is designed with a cable management system for owners to route the charging/ data transfer cable to keep the wire neat and well organized.
Protect Your iPads - The integrated anti-skid pads within the stand prevent your valuable iPads or tablets (the back) from scratches or scuffs.
Full Motion Countertop Stand
This stand supports 90° rotation, 75° tilting, and landscape or portrait orientation adjustment for better viewing angles for various working scenarios.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why is there no opening for the home button?
Ans. The location of the home button is slightly different on different iPad models, so the small opening for the home button is canceled. However, users can activate the "AssistiveTouch" as the virtual home button from the Settings -> General -> Accessibility.