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Cta Digital Pad Tam Tabletop Arm Mount For 7 12 Inch Tablets, Including The I Pad 10.2 Inch (7th Gen)

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Description

  • Adjustable mount can hold 7 - 12 inch tablets, including 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2018), 11-inch iPad Pro (2018), iPad Gen 5 (2017), iPad Gen 6 (2018), iPad Pro, Galaxy Tab S, iPad Air 2, Surface Pro 4 and more
  • Hassle-free, quick-release button for easy tablet loading and unloading
  • Multiple joints provide versatile viewing options
  • Made from aircraft aluminum for durable yet fashionable design
  • Simple installation and dismount using a C-clamp or grommet system

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Customer Reviews

This tablet mount is great for mounting my Surface Pro 3 to my deskThis tablet mount is great for mounting my Surface Pro 3 to my desk. I'm using the clamp set-up (also comes with more permanent mounting hardware) and have noticed less movement with this mount than in my monitor. The weight adjustment screw is frustrating but once it has been adjusted, this thing is rock-solid. Would definitely recommend it for Surface owners!One quick note: the assembly hardware (screws and the like) are made with a very soft metal and WILL strip using the included alan keys, so BE CAREFUL not to over-torque them and ALWAYS use a cross-threading technique.5Best mount ever! This item is amazing. If you have a lip on your table it works!!! I bought one of those bendy ones before and it broke within 2 weeks. This one moves back and forth and up and down. It holds my tablet and I can use my pencil on my tablet and it barely gives. It is very sturdy and well built. Cannot say enough good things about this. I use it every night when I am on the couch. Would give 6 stars if I could 5Not Strong Enough to hold up Surface Pro 4The product was easy enough to put together, but the arm is not strong enough to hold up a Surface Pro 4 without sagging to the desk. I located the tightening screw on the joint and tightened it to the point I stripped the screw. Still sagging, but slightly slower now - 9 inches/minute instead of 10 inches/minute. Very disappointed.I can't return it because I've already thrown away the packaging (my fault for having untested faith in this product) so I've shoved a folded piece of paper in between the joint and that physically stops the joint from sagging, but that's a workaround that I should not have to do - not with a new product and not at this price point.1... holds my tablet up *fits my surface pro 3 easily with room to spare (including the keyboard cover) *ships ... *At the end of the day it holds my tablet up*fits my surface pro 3 easily with room to spare (including the keyboard cover)*ships with the wrong sized allen wrenches so I recommend going out and picking up a $5 metric allen set (which I had to do to finish installing this)*it only gets about 12" vertically as the height is not super adjustable but the ended up being just about where i wanted it anyway*make sure to attach the ball joint properly -- i did not and my tablet fell out and face planted on the table. Not the product's fault just wanted to share the helpful info 4New Design SucksAs it shows in the product photos and in the manual that it shipped with, there is supposed to be a screw to add more tension to the arm, so the arm can be lifted and moved around and stay in place when you let go. The design has been changed and now all they have is a hex screw in the joint, that can't hold up my 10" samsung tablet (I think this design it wouldn't even be possible to hold any kind of surface) When I contacted the company about the design change there was no response. So I'm here to tell you go with something like the PUREX Technology, even though that arm requires loosing and re tightening when you want to re position the tablet, at least it doesn't require you digging out a hex wrench and over tightening screws.2Excellent device for holding your tablet from either a desk or an end tableI was looking for something to hold my Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-T580 while reading my Kindle books. I was contemplating getting one of those pillow holders, but while I was looking at those, I came across this sort of device.I looked at all of the items and I decided to try this one. Just as I was about to make the purchase, I noticed a half off price if I bought an Amazon Warehouse item. From what I can tell, it was just a damaged box. All of the parts I needed were included in sealed pouches. Very good!The installation instructions are really just pictures. I basically figured out how to build it without the pictures. There are two types of installations. One is a clamp version and the second is for drilling a hole in desk or table. I chose to use the clamp since I did not want to damage my table and it makes it convenient to move.The stand is very sturdy, easily allows you to hide the charger cable, and holds my tablet in any direction I want. It is very easy to operate, whereby I can just push it off to the side when I'm not using it and pulling it towards me after sitting down. Another person mentioned that it makes it easy to use for a quick search while sitting in the Livingroom. I agree, it is always on, and always instantly available. And, you don't have to hold the tab or lay it uncomfortably on your lap.Very satisfied, worth $30 no problem, and I'm even happier to get it at 1/2 that price as a Warehouse Deal! Thank-You Amazon!5update: it broke. no supportInstallation:I used the desk-clamp method to attach this mount to my Ikea desk. It took no more than 5-10 minutes and was a very easy process.Adjustments:I was able to tilt, pivot, etc. the mount to the right place fairly easily.Issues:Despite tightening the height adjustment to account for heavier devices, this mount starts to sag and falls after 2-3 days when holding up a Surface Pro 4. The item description clearly advertises the Surface Pro 4 as a compatible device. I think lighter weight devices such as a Surface 3 or iPad Air should work fine.Edit: Changed to 5 stars. I purchased a second one for another Surface Pro 4 I had. It turns out the arm is redesigned with the tightening screw bracket on the right side rather than the bottom. It is much stronger and holds the device up perfectly!Edit: I have to update again: The screw that tightens the bracket to adjust height strips very easily. After tightening it for the first time I was unable to further tighten or loosen it. I emailed CTA support and called them to simply get a replacement screw. They were unresponsive after a week of trying to reach them. I choose to end up returning the whole item as a result. Disappointed! :(1It will NOT hold up a surface proThe ball and cup design on the part that connects to the tablet seemed strong. The swivel part near the clamp end seemed strong. The poorly designed and executed allen screw adjustment in the middle ruins the entire thing. It does not tighten enough to hold up the Surface pro as the site advertised, nor will the screw be strong enough to keep from stripping out if you put any kind of effort into tightening it down. In other issues, the swivel base near the clamp only rotates 270 degrees, so you can't turn it directly behind the clamp. While easy to put together, there is a long l bracket that hangs down under the table. It gets in the way if you want to sit near the stand, makes it difficult to turn the knob tightening the stand to the table, and prevents you from being able to turn the allen wrench more than a half turn at a time when tightening the three screws holding the l bracket to the stand. The reach of the maximum extension of the stand is only about 15 inches.1Beware of quick release button, otherwise great.The arm mount is great. No issues moving my tablet while mounted. There's a ball socket that allows the display to rotate between landscape and portrait. I wish the ball itself was properly secured; the ball never comes loose from the arm but tends to rotate in a 360 degree fashion instead of having the ball remain still while the device uses the socket to rotate. The main reason I am giving this 3 stars is due to a hypersensitive release button that is designed to make quick separation of the tablet from mount easy. Unfortunately, if you brush this button the wrong way while rotating or reevaluating the tablet it can send your tablet falling to the floor or desk you have it over. This happens because when the button is pushed all tension is released and there's nothing keeping the tablet secured. Not so wonderful if all you want to do is change the orientation for viewing a video, typing, or reading an article. I am dealing with finding the best solution for the long term disabling of this button. It is not hard to disable if you have the right sized screw and a metal washer but I want a solution that can't be easily tempered with. As far as removing the tablet quickly, it is in no way difficult to just take the tablet out the same way you put it in; by pushing the base of the tablet against the tension grip.3Most likely to do the job at this price pointAs long as I use it in landscape mode, this fits my MS Surface model 1796, which is 7.9" wide by 11.5" high. This is not designed to handle serious abuse, but should last well enough if treated with a little care. It holds my Surface about 8.5" above the desktop (desktop to bottom of tablet) which is good for my needs. It's still new, but seems likely to be able to support the weight of the tablet (1.7 pounds) without drooping over time. I don't have a cover on the tablet. The tablet holder has a secure grip on the Surface. Both the top grips and the bottom grips are adjustable, although you have to push the button on the back of the tablet holder to move the top grip. Assembly is easy but not perfectly clear from the instructions. They were obviously not written by a native English speaker. When attaching the tablet holder to the ball end of the support arm, there is a threaded ring that must be screwed onto the holder to keep the ball in place and adjust the tension on the ball. Once you remove the ring from the holder, the threads don't want to line up to screw it back on. The ring is plastic (feels like resin) and screwing it on without lining up the threads perfectly would likely strip it. After about 20 minutes of fussing with it, I finally got it lined up, at which point it screwed on easily. More irritating, the upper arm has a joint where it meets the lower arm. The joint allows the upper arm to be positioned higher or lower and has a hex key screw in it that can be tightened to increase the amount of tension in the joint to ensure it holds your tablet up. On my unit, the screw is so tight that I cannot loosen it. I've tried and only succeeded in stripping the screw head. Fortunately, the unit is at a height that works for me, so I don't need to adjust it at this point. I'm pretty sure it's not going to come loose in the future. The mounting clamp has a significant range of adjustment and should fit the thickness of most tables and desktops. There is also a Grommet mount that can replace the clamp. This allows you to mount the arm to the desk using the grommet that many desks have to allow cables to pass from beneath the desk to items on the surface of the desk. If given the option, I think the grommet mount might be preferable. Mine is mounted using the clamp and seems fairly sturdy, although there is probably a quarter-inch of play in the tablet. This doesn't keep it from being very usable. All in all, the CTA PAD-TAM isn't an exceptional value for the money, but you are getting what you pay for. It seems to me to be the tablet holder with the best chance of doing the job I needed at this price point.3The correct hex wrench size is essential to adjust pivots. Submitted 7/22/2019 -- I bought the stand a couple months ago and use it with a ~ 3lb Lenovo 6 flex i5, 2 in 1 in tablet mode that is 8.75in wide. I used 2 each .25 in thick plywood shims 2 in square at the clamp jaws to secure it to the corner of a sturdy sofa end table drawer that is slightly opened. Its very stable compared to the flexible goose neck stands and doesn't bounce too much when typing. Setup absolutely requires a set of Allen wrenches to properly tighten the pivot joints, which are hard to locate. 5Can not support the weight of an 11 iPad, without modificationI will say that overall this is a very well made swing arm iPad support. It gives you a couple of mounting options, with flexibility within each option. However when you install an iPad, the arm drops to the table. The pivot that provides that support even when fully tightened does not provide enough friction to support a large iPad. With a simple modification you can make it so it does support the weight, remove the pivot screw, and the conical nut and shave a bit of material from each of the flat surfaces. This will effectively shorten the distance between the two pieces allowing them to be tightened enough to support heavier iPads.So if you have a bit of mechanical aptitude you can make this thing work, if not, find another device.3Its the only product in the market that can handle large tablets and 13" laptops, (Yoga-laptop) This product is fantastic, is so flexible and I take it with me to work remotely. I have it connected to the Asus Zen monitor, 15" this is perfect to work in cafes and work spaces. very solid in its build and easy to assemble. I thing any remote worker or some one who likes to work in a healthy way should consider using this, the Asus portable monitors are the perfect Candidate for this, similar product would work too. best for those who need to work with laptops. AOC I16001FWUx 15.6 should work too. Asus MB169B+ 15.6 full HD would be suitable too. 5EPIC FAIL, won't hold up a standard old school 9.7" iPad. AVOID. This will not hold up an iPad 9.7". It slowly falls from highest position to bottom or when it hits whatever is under it. It is much smaller than I expected also. There is a fair amount of assembly with hex screws and an allen wrench they shipped it with which works very poor at best. Tolerances on screws cause allen/hex wrench to not fit well leading to all kinds of problems. Never the less, once I got it together, swung it into place put the iPad in it and it fell down. I went to joint expecting to be able to tighten it I find another hex bold needing allen wrench to tighten. Any decent product would have something hand driven to tighten but alas these folks love this allen wrench driven process. So, maybe if I tighten it once we will be good ? Not a chance, this hex bolt is a tight as it is possible to tighten. There is no change. This thing can't be tightened at all. This thing is junk. Avoid at all costs for anything larger than a standard run of the mill phone. AVOID.1
Cta Digital Pad Tam Tabletop Arm Mount For 7 12 Inch Tablets, Including The I Pad 10.2 Inch (7th Gen)

Cta Digital Pad Tam Tabletop Arm Mount For 7 12 Inch Tablets, Including The I Pad 10.2 Inch (7th Gen)

3.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€113,00
Sale price
€113,00
Regular price
€186,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€73,00)