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by February 17, 2011
Sanus iPad Mount Adapter

Sanus iPad Mount Adapter

Ever want to mount your iPad underneath your kitchen cabinet? Why not - that way you can stream television, check the weather, or get your daily news fix right then and there. In a world of technology flow and cheap tablet-style devices like Apple's iPad, the world is afresh with new potential for smart devices. To meet this need, Sanus, manufacturer of audio/video mounts, furnishings and consumer electronics accessories, announced the release of a mount adapter that allows easy attachment of an iPad to any TV wall mount that is VESA 100 x 100 compatible. The new VisionMount VMA301 iPad Mount Adapter provides an easy solution to iPad mounting anywhere in a home, office or kitchen.

With the VMA301, iPad mounting has never been simpler. The mount adapter is incredibly easy to install and use. It features:

  • A custom molded design and material for a snug and durable fit
  • A convenient release tab for quick device removal; no tools are required to attach or remove the iPad from the adapter
  • Compatibility with any VESA 100 x 100 mount
  • Virtual Axis 3D cup-shaped faceplate for achieving portrait and landscape positions (this feature compatible only with Sanus mount models MF202, MF209, MF215, MC1A and MD115)

The VisionMount VMA301 iPad Mount Adapter is currently available for a list price of $24.99 USD.

About Sanus
Sanus, a division of Milestone AV Technologies, designs and builds fine AV mounts, furniture, stands and accessories. Every Sanus product is engineered to enhance AV systems and the surrounding décor. Today Sanus offers more than 300 home theater units, TV and audio stands, mounts, speaker supports, AV equipment racks and accessories. Sanus products are available at thousands of retail locations worldwide and can be seen at the company's website: www.sanus.com.

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