The new iPad 2 Countertop Display is on sale, and with its uses, is definitely creating a big buzz. Created by newMacgadgets the Countertop Display allows the user or business to cleverly advertise well anything, considering its an iPad 2. This allows the user to also rotate, on the spot, the iPad 2 360 degrees [...]
The new iPad 2 Countertop Display is on sale, and with its uses, is definitely creating a big buzz. Created by newMacgadgets the Countertop Display allows the user or business to cleverly advertise well anything, considering its an iPad 2. This allows the user to also rotate, on the spot, the iPad 2 360 degrees completely, and is specifically aimed at the business market, and to incorporates the numerous free iPad 2 business applications which can be found in the world known online App Store. Working in both portrait and landscape settings the iPad 2 display gives the business a chance to freely advertise their own business, or to advertise any other retail product or brand. Although limited by the iPad 2 screen, with new free iPad 2 apps such as AirPlay, consumers could potentially bring it to a screen near you, literally.
However, newMacgadgets are not newbies in this area, famously known for various products such as the iPad 2 Dock and the Wall Mount Display. Really taking hold of a new market, which obviously stems off the Apple iPad 2 craze, and now possibly dominating the market due to their emphasis on basic iPad 2 security, in terms of locks etc. within a more commercial environment, blending it with slick design, which are also durable, incorporating simplicity, and appealing to a majority of users.
The newMacgadgets Countertop Display securely fastens the iPad to any surface, all backed up with industrial strength screws, so yes, well hard to remove. With the clear cover keeping the iPad firmly in place. Ontop of the the acrylic frame comfortably, and tightly, holds the iPad 2 in place with various slots for the usb, headphones etc.
In terms of pricing, yes it is abit high, but considering the market they are directing the product towards, and its potential, most companies would possibly seize the chance and spend a cent to get a dime. But away from the cliches, the iPad 2 Display will fetch you around $99. However, considering the newMacgadgets has a whole line of successful products, means that it is quality assured, and that the product will do what its meant to do. Saying this, they do have over 20 years of business experience, and as an offshoot from newPCgadgets are doing very well due to very sleek, yet robust products and designs. And even then, its not like they have designed for the likes of Apple and IBM. I mean, come on…