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Picture of SEASUCKER IPAD MOUNTING SYSTEM The SeaSucker iPad Mounting System is a stand for a tablet computer and a computer mounting kit for wheelchair designed for use by individuals with use of only one hand, or mobility, lower extremity or upper extremity disabilities, or spinal cord injury. The system requires no bracket for the iPad; it has a 4.5-inch diameter vacuum mount that attaches to the back of the iPad. This mount attaches to a flexible RAM arm that can be moved to position the iPad as needed. The arm attaches to a second 4.5-inch SeaSucker mount that can be attached to almost any flat surface. The user can select from either a 4-inch RAM arm or 6-inch RAM arm (add $7.00). A 6-inch SeaSucker (add $20.00) is also available to provide more holding power for use on a countertop or other horizontal surface.

Notes: iPad is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

Price: 84.99.

This product record was updated on February 5, 2012.

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SeaSucker

1700 14th Ave. East
Suite 101
Palmetto, Florida 34221
United States
Telephone: 941-586-2664.
Fax: 813-354-3424.
Web: http://www.seasucker.com.
Email: info@seasucker.com.


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