Mounting a tablet
One of the problems with mounting a tablet computer is that once it’s in place, you can’t move it which makes computing difficult, especially in the era of the horizontal-only display being obsolete.
Enter the RingO Wall Mount which is less bulky and less intrusive than its competitors and appears to be very simple to install. They call the mount “elegant,” which we actually agree with. The holder can be clicked into the wall mount so it attaches safely in place and once the tablet is placed on the wall, it can rotate the full 360 degrees. Unmounting is a simple squeeze on the sides of the mount and reviews claim this process is easier than many tablet wall mounts.
Compatible with several tablets
One of the failures of many of RingO’s competitors is there is no locking mechanism and the tablet can fall causing an overly expensive repair or worse, a full replacement.
The RingO Wall Mount is compatible with the iPad, the iPad 2, the Galaxy Tablet and possibly more tablets in the future.
Uses for RingO
The most obvious use is being able to mount your tablet as a display in your office to supplant your existing display or even your entire computer. It works in your car to avoid it slipping and sliding, and would be useful for the techier of the brokerages that want to impress clients with a wall mounted tablet in their lobby, proudly displaying their team’s listings.
Putting a wall mount in your office and at home would help with the transition of home to office when you’ve developed habits in one place or the other. It could also serve as a television for guest rooms or sit above your conference room table.
What uses can you see for a wall mount besides the obvious replacement of a traditional computer display?