Fusion stands now available for iPad Pro 12.9 3rd Gen

February 14, 2019

Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro is proving hugely popular with business and enterprise, with almost every configuration reportedly selling out on the first day of pre-orders. And, although quarterly figures are yet to be released, all indications are the Pro has continued its rapid rollout.

Now, Bosstab has released a Fusion enclosure to protect the 12.9-inch version of the high-spec device, making it more flexible, accessible and user-friendly in commercial settings.

So, what’s so special about the iPad Pro 2018?

The Fusion stand for iPad Pro 2018

Fusion iPad Pro Stand

Designed specifically for Apple’s latest addition, the Fusion stand for 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2018 features a lockable faceplate and enclosure that secures and protects the device in commercial and business settings.

This enclosure then mounts to a wide variety of stands, allowing the Pro to be utilised in a range of corporate and business situations. The tablet can be mounted to a wall, used as a free-standing display and POS on a floor stand, or mounted to a countertop or desktop.

Stands are also available that allow the device to move on a flex arm or rotate and even flip.

Meanwhile, cable management is seamlessly taken care of. Depending on your base and pole combination you can configure your stand to keep all cables hidden internally.

The iPad Pro 2018

When Apple unveiled their iPad Pro 2018 late last year, it came with some major changes. Following the success of the iPhone X, the company did away with the Home button, reduced the bezels (opting instead for an edge-to-edge screen) and shifted to FaceID on the high-spec device.

They introduced USB-C charging rather than the Lightning charger, allowing the port to not only charge in but connect with external devices like cameras, and also charge out.

To complete this state-of-the-art little number, Apple upped the power, releasing the new Pro with an A12X Bionic processor that they described as “a monster”, with more than 10 billion transistors and an eight-core Central Processing Unit.

In addition, they beefed up the graphics processors to achieve graphics that are now one thousand times faster than original iPads.

If initial sales figures are anything to go by, all these improvements were a strategy that worked. Cult of Mac reported almost every configuration of the Pro sold out in the first day of pre-orders, many within a few hours.

As the iPad Pro 2018 launched later than anticipated, quarterly sales results are yet to come in, but all indications are that the Pro will have boosted Apple’s recent coffers.

Wired explains the Pro is part of concerted push by all the big-name tablet makers to corner the corporate market at a time when tablets aren’t as popular with general users as they once were.

“At the high-end, 2-in-1 devices with a detachable keyboard case are holding steady,” Wired reports.

“This could explain why Apple and Microsoft are betting big on tablets despite the general trend. Their latest offerings – the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 6 – are as powerful and expensive as high-end laptops.”

Solid sales

iPad Pro 12.9

The 12.9-inch Pro packs long battery life, the largest display of any iPad, a lot of storage and a whole host of power into a device with 25 per cent less volume than previous generations, making it ideal for business and enterprise.

While many point to its capability as a 2-in-1 suited to working on the go, it also has amazing potential as an information kiosk, booking or registration kiosk, customer service portal, visual display, or mobile Point of Sale. And if you’re looking to use the Pro for these functions, the Bosstab Fusion stand for the iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 2018 is designed to assist.

If initial sales figures are anything to go by, all these improvements were a strategy that worked. Cult of Mac reported almost every configuration of the Pro sold out in the first day of pre-orders, many within a few hours.

As the iPad Pro 2018 launched later than anticipated, quarterly sales results are yet to come in, but all indications are that the Pro will have boosted Apple’s recent coffers.

Wired explains the Pro is part of concerted push by all the big-name tablet makers to corner the corporate market at a time when tablets aren’t as popular with general users as they once were.

“At the high-end, 2-in-1 devices with a detachable keyboard case are holding steady,” Wired reports.

“This could explain why Apple and Microsoft are betting big on tablets despite the general trend. Their latest offerings – the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 6 – are as powerful and expensive as high-end laptops.”

The Pro in business

The 12.9-inch Pro packs long battery life, the largest display of any iPad, a lot of storage and a whole host of power into a device with 25 per cent less volume than previous generations, making it ideal for business and enterprise.

While many point to its capability as a 2-in-1 suited to working on the go, it also has amazing potential as an information kiosk, booking or registration kiosk, customer service portal, visual display, or mobile Point of Sale. And if you’re looking to use the Pro for these functions, the Bosstab Fusion stand for the iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 2018 is designed to assist.

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