Upper Desk Table and Cabinet mounts

If you find you use your tablet at your desk or in your kitchen on a regular basis, chances are the Upper Desk line of holders may be very useful. Keeps your tablet off the counter or desk top and protects it from spills and other unfortunate accidents. (Even snagged your recharging cable and whipped your tablet to the ground?! Ugh.)

Easy to use and quick to install, the Upper Desk mounts are made quite sturdily and there’s no worry about your tablet sliding into trouble.  It takes just seconds to install – see the video – and you can easily take it from room to room.

It’s ideal when you have something of interest you wish to share with someone else in the room. Just a quick spin to show it to them and another spin to bring if back facing you.  It’s ideal also to reorient the tablet if you move around in your room while trying to watch a video.

According to the mfrs. specs, it will hold devices with screens from 4 to 14 inches, which is probably true, but the maximum jaw opening top to bottom is 12 inches.  It did hold my 13-1/2” screen Yoga 3 Pro very nicely and that gives me all sorts of options in addition to the already cool four usage modes.

The slots that hold your tablets or whatever, are slightly larger than ½ inch wide, so any device that fits the slot should work. The adjustable clip that locks in your device makes it super easy to switch your device from landscape to portrait mode.

Check out both models at Upper Desk’s website.

Recommended for Seniors.
DougBardwell.com awards their Senior Citizen’s Thumbs-Up rating for this item. Easy to set up and easy to use, this item is something that would make an excellent gift for that special senior on your gift list. See other “Recommended for Seniors” products on our special Seniors page.

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