Seemingly, Cooper has created the Elementary case to meet the practical demands of Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 owners. This rudimentary folio case design provides everyday function and protection all in one sturdily-built, low-cost package.
Woodford Design WallMount iPad Magnetic Stainless Steel Mount
If you have the FridgePad by Woodford Design, then you’re ready to welcome the WallMount into your home or office. This metal plate can be mounted onto a variety of surfaces (screws included), and once installed, it merges with the FridgePad to display any iPad for browsing, presentation and viewing purposes.
- Access to most-important iPad controls/features
- Landscape and portrait displays
- Mounts to a variety of surface types
- Only works with the FridgePad
- No display angle adjustment
The FridgePad is a simple recipe, but the WallMount is even more refined. The package includes a single plate of brushed stainless steel, two screws w/ plastic anchors, and a template for efficient installation. The plate can be mounted in either landscape or portrait format, but it really doesn’t matter since the FridgePad can likewise do the same. This wall mount tablet case works on a variety of surfaces, including wood, brick, concrete or ceramic tile, just to name a few. It can even be mounted on the ceiling, yes, the magnetic force is that strong.
- Sleek stainless steel durable finish
- VESA 75mm & 100mm compatible
- Mounts to any surface with just two screws
- Simple and secure mounting
- Instant FridgePad mounting and removal
- Use in landscape or portrait
- Even includes a drilling template in the box!
Like protection, perhaps the WallMount deserves a special exemption status in this category. But just the same, it’s a simple, minimalist design that stays hidden so that the iPad remains the most important focal point.
Bedroom, living room, bathroom, garage, office, boat, RV camper - really, the possibilities for the WallMount are near endless, and maintains the function that its partner provides.
Not designed for protection, so this category is neither evaluated nor factored into the final scoring.
I am not sure that a simple piece of brushed stainless steel deserves much applause, but kudos to WoodFord Design anyway.
$25 is a good value for bringing the FridgePad out of the kitchen and letting the iPad see a whole new type of light.
The WallMount is nice little accessory for showcasing the iPad in a variety of places, and if you don’t already have one, this solution should help make the FridgePad a more attractive sell.