Versatility is the word often missing from wall mount tablet case descriptions. Toni Muendel has come up with a simple, yet genius idea for a truly universal mount, which is compatible with a wide range of tablets – the StikTab – which is now seeking funding on Indiegogo, and has already received our support. The new case allows the tablet to be attached and removed in a matter of seconds from virtually any surface.
The design of the Apple iPad 4 case is extremely easy: the Velcro hook-and-loop system is at its core. One part of the case is attached to the surface the Apple iPad 3 case needs to be mounted onto, and the other goes on the back of the device. The ultra-strong adhesive secures the Toni Muendel StikTab, preventing accidental slip outs.
The genius behind the Apple iPad Mini case is that users can choose to install one part of the hook-and-loop system in multiple places, and then simply grab their devices and move on to the next mounted spot. The Amazon Kindle Fire case works everywhere from the bedroom and kitchen, to the office and car.
Pledges of $8 or more will get you the case.