How To Choose A Wall Mount For Your iPad

There are many ways you can use your iPad. For instance, you could be in your kitchen, reading through a burrito-making recipe, or you could be setting up an expo and want to refer to an image. Whatever your need, you have to mount that iPad in an enclosure that will keep it clean, secure, and usable. There are several solutions you can find in the market today.

How can I mount my iPad?

When mounted, your iPad allows you a hands-free convenience to multitask and move fast. To improve your experience, you need to ensure you use the right wall mount or bracket that will help you ensure efficiency and security as well.

Be it an Ipad Mini, an iPad 2, or any other, there are several, fun ways of mounting your device up without ruining the build on your walls. We'll look at just a few to give you an idea of what to use.

  • Surface mount - An example of this is the Koala wall mount. This comes packed in two separate plastic brackets that you can fix on any flat surface. The surface mount lets you set it up in either landscape or portrait positions. You will find with it, convenient cord clips that you can use should you need to run a charger out to an outlet.
  • Mount-It - If you enjoy the convenience of securely mounting your tablet in a central place in your home, then you may want to take a look at Mount-It. This mount is featured with a casing that you can use to screw around your iPad. It blends in with your wall to make sure it remains firm and difficult to remove. In this case, you can choose to have an iPad wall as your central point in your house.
  • Countertop - You can have your iPad mini mounted on a countertop. You may have seen such in sales point where one is put in an enclosure, allowing you to use it at a comfortable height. An example of this is Maclocks, an anti-theft-featured mount. This particular one gives you two options, to either mount your device on your chosen iPad wall or on a countertop.

Can I get a universal wall mount?

Getting the right iPad enclosure generally depends on your intended purpose. If you are running on a treadmill, for instance, a wall-mount that rotates fits better because it is adjustable. While most wall mounts and brackets are compatible with several devices, it is rare to find a one-size-fits-all.

The good news is that most mounts are compatible with several iPads and tablets. A good example is the Koala wall mount that is compatible with anything that's 11mm or less. It allows makes like iPad 2, iPad Air, and more than 10 others to fit into its enclosure.