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    iPad air wall mounts

    Sry not sure where to port this so I posted here.... I am looking for an inexpensive way to wallmount an iPad air that also provides the ability to charge on the wall and remove when needed. Would love to see what others are doing. thanks

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    I have a Windows tablet attached to the living room wall. I got the little clips from amazon. Let me know,if interested and I will fish out the amazon item number. Picture on my Bose SoundTouch plugin information page. Scroll to the bottom of this page and click on either HSTouch link to see the tablet wall mounted.

    http://hartman.website/homeseer-bose-soundtouch-plugin/

    There is a hole in the wall behind the tablet and I bring the power cord through that hole. From amazon the clips are meant to be sticky tabbed to the wall but I drilled holes to be able to screw them to the wall.

    regards,

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      #3
      Don't laugh, but I use 3M Command strips. Be sure surfaces are clean and dry, and wipe the tablet surface clean with alcohol before applying so you get a good bond. I used the large ones. Better to be safe than sorry.

      I have 4 10" tablets mounted in my house with these and have never had a problem in over 2 years.

      https://www.amazon.com/Command-Large...d+strips+16+lb

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        #4
        Originally posted by jhirschhorn View Post
        Don't laugh, but I use 3M Command strips. Be sure surfaces are clean and dry, and wipe the tablet surface clean with alcohol before applying so you get a good bond. I used the large ones. Better to be safe than sorry.

        I have 4 10" tablets mounted in my house with these and have never had a problem in over 2 years.

        https://www.amazon.com/Command-Large...d+strips+16+lb
        I use the same, over the top of a recessed outlet I installed with a USB outlet. Tablet sticks to the wall/outlet with the command strips, then i have a modified picture frame literally pressure fit to the tablet. Strips hold the weight of the tablet and frame no problem.

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          #5
          Originally posted by sjz26 View Post
          Sry not sure where to port this so I posted here.... I am looking for an inexpensive way to wallmount an iPad air that also provides the ability to charge on the wall and remove when needed. Would love to see what others are doing. thanks


          iPadwall mount.com about 90 bucks,
          But also have 3m pads as well


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