Tilting support arm DMTB413

tilting support arm
tilting support arm
tilting support arm
tilting support arm
tilting support arm
tilting support arm
tilting support arm
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Mounts your smartphone, iPad or Galaxy tablet on a desktop or other flat surface for easy access in classrooms, home offices and retail settings. Versatile tablet stand fits most smartphones and tablets from 4.7 to 12.9 in. Secure device bracket smoothly rotates for portrait or landscape orientation Gracefully tilts to help you find the most comfortable viewing angle Large round base is ideally balanced to securely hold mount and device in place Easy to assemble and install in just a few minutes with the included hardware 5-year limited warranty Rest Your Tablet or Phone Above a Desktop for Convenient Access A handy tool for work-from-anywhere spaces, this low-profile tablet mount lets you install your mobile device above your work surface to maximize space. The large round base is well balanced to securely hold your mount and device in place. The mount with flexible ball joint tilts (-160/+210 degrees) and swivels (-52/+52 degrees) to help you find the perfect viewing angle, and it rotates 180 degrees for use in portrait or landscape mode. The DMTB413 assembles in minutes using the included hardware and rests on any desktop, workbench or counter. The versatile tablet mount supports up to 2.2 pounds (1 kilogram). The bracket accepts most Apple, Android, Samsung or other smartphones or tablets up to 12.9 inches. In addition to your home or office work area, the DMTB413 is ideal for retail points of sale, restaurant checkouts, hotel lobbies, classrooms, showrooms and conference rooms.


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