DURABLE introduces TABLET HOLDER XL

The use of tablets in business is steadily on the rise but they have to be well protected against things like moisture, dirt and temperature changes from different environments. To address this issue, DURABLE is expanding its TABLET HOLDER range to include an XL version. 

The new holders are equipped with an enlarged clamp that can hold tablets in cases up to a thickness of 23 mm and are suitable for all tablet formats from 7–13 inches. The new XL version is available as desk or wall mount. 

TABLET HOLDER TABLE XL and WALL XL have special practical benefits: 

  • You can position and remove the cased tablet with one hand in a matter of seconds; just clip it in or release it – done
  • A rubberised mounting surface offers the tablet additional protection when clamped in. 
  • The tablet holders can be rotated 360° and snap into place at every 90°, which makes it easy to switch between portrait and landscape format. They can also be adjusted from 0 to 88 degrees. 
  • The charging cable can be guided safely and unobtrusively through an integrated opening in the holder. 
  • High-quality materials such as aluminium and steel as well as meticulous production in Germany guarantee a long service life for the product – an important factor, especially in production and storage environments.

The new DURABLE TABLET HOLDER XL range is now available from specialist retailers and online.

Company Details

DURABLE UK LTD

10 Nimrod Way
Wimborne
BH21 7SH
UNITED KINGDOM

01202 897071

www.durable-uk.com

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