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Sanus iPad, iPad mini Mounts Keep iOS Devices Safe

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The VTM7 iPad Mount includes a magnetic MagFit case, so you can attach and detach your iPad from any metal surface. Place your iPad on the refrigerator and view your virtual calendar or email while making breakfast. Its unique back surface was specially engineered to enhance grip. Designed to work with the Apple Smart Cover, this mount is compatible with Generation 2, 3 and 4 iPads. Available in black or clear.

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