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Tablet stands for the 9th generation iPad 10.2 (2021)

September 30, 2021

Apple’s latest incarnation of the iPad has just hit stores, with the 2021 10.2-inch iPad set to offer increased speed, improved performance, and the most budget-friendly price tag available in the current iPad range.

So, let’s look at what’s on offer in the current model, how this iPad can be used in business, and the tablet stands available to transform a humble iPad into an essential business device.

The iPad 2021

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This year’s standard iPad is the 9th generation version, featuring a 10.2-inch screen and the A13 chip, which Apple says allows for 20 percent faster performance than last year’s model.

Machine learning is a big feature of the latest entry-level device, and it comes with a 12MP front-facing camera that uses machine learning to adjust focus during FaceTime calls.

The latest model also supports the first-generation Apple Pencil and features a True Tone display that factors ambient lighting.

The 2021 iPad now offers more storage, kicking off with 64GB. It retails from US$329 and AU$499.

How the iPad 2021 is used in business

The standard iPad may not boast the power and professional prestige of its Pro or Air counterparts, but it’s still a device that packs a whole lot of punch within the business realm.

The 9th generation takes this up a notch, courtesy of increased speed and storage.

This is the type of device that readily doubles as a mobile Point of Sale, caters to an information kiosk, or happily steps in as your go-to visitor management system.

Like all iPads, it’s compatible with a wealth of business-focused apps, which makes it a highly affordable option for deploying tablets for business purposes.

Realms of business use

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As a snapshot, the iPad 2021 can potentially be used for:

  • mPOS
  • Tableside ordering
  • Visitor management
  • Meeting room and facility bookings
  • Information kiosks
  • Digital displays
  • Customer or guest check-in
  • Satisfaction surveys
  • Classroom and education
  • Workplace productivity
  • And more

Transform your 10.2-inch iPad with a tablet stand

If you’re considering using your 10.2-inch iPad in a business setting, a tablet stand is a must.

The right stand allows your device to remain protected and secure while offering the versatility to meet all its business requirements.

Available with features including lockable faceplates and different mounting styles, a tablet stand transforms your device from a piece of electronic equipment into a functional, durable business necessity.

Tablet stands that suit the iPad 10.2 (2021)

Bosstab has a range of stands suited to the 10.2-inch iPad 2021. Whether you’re looking for security, durability, functionality, or a combination of all the above, the following stands accommodate the 9th generation, 10.2-inch iPad.

The Elite

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The Elite is a nifty tablet enclosure that seamlessly pairs with different mounting options, including wall and desktop mounts.

In the process, it offers high security and durability in a sleek, stylish, and minimalist casing that also features a four-point lock and a robust coated metal faceplate to protect your iPad.

You can view the Elite enclosure here.

The Elite enclosure is also compatible with the Nexus and Evo wall and desktop stands profiled below.

The Touch

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The Touch tablet stand has been carefully designed to securely display your tablet without any case, clamps, or cables needed.

It pairs with either the Nexus or Evo wall mounts but is universal, accommodating an iPad of any model or size.

The Touch enclosure is compatible with the Nexus and Evo wall and desktop stands profiled below.

The Edge

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Sometimes there’s beauty in sheer simplicity and if you’re looking for a super simple tablet enclosure, this is a great option.

The Edge is a secure iPad stand made from a single beautifully formed 3mm thick steel faceplate that’s also coated with a hard-wearing matte finish powder coat.

The Edge mounts directly to a wall, providing a fixed 45-degree viewing angle and is best suited to landscape mode.

You can see it in action here.

The Edge enclosure is compatible with the Nexus and Evo wall and desktop stands profiled below.

The Hub

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Sleek, streamlined, and secure, The Hub offers a simple and convenient option to affix your iPad to a wall.

Suited to 10.2-inch iPads, the case is designed to sit flush with the wall and is easily secured into position using four screws.

Charging cables are discreetly managed, while additional security features are also available to protect your device against damage and theft.

The Hub is crafted from cold-rolled steel, the perfect solution for information kiosks, visual displays, visitor check-in, mPOS, or even smart home use. It accommodates the 7th, 8th, and 9th generation iPads.

Wall and desktop stands

When it comes to the Evo, Elite and Touch enclosures, users then have a choice of a series of wall or desktop mounting options, including:

  • The Nexus can be mounted to a wall or desktop and features a 45-degree angle that allows the tablet to swivel 180 degrees or pivot between landscape and portrait mode. It also has a locking feature that allows the tablet to be fixed into position.
  • The Evo – Slightly longer than the Nexus, the Evo wall or desktop mount rotates between portrait and landscape mode and also features a 40-degree tilt for an adjustable ergonomic design.

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