The MultiCase fits a large range of tablets, now including the Andriod and Windows series, and is compatible with the AirHolder.
Hong Kong (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
A few months back, LookBad, a company that specialises in tablet accessories, launched their own iPad wall mount, the AirHolder.
The AirHolder suspends a tablet for comfortable use, extendable up to a maximum of 120cm and foldable when not in use.
When launched, the iPad wall mount catered mainly to the iPad series. Therefore, only iPad owners were able to experience the AirHolder.
LookBad has then been working on a one-size-fits-all case with extendable and contractible clip-like features to hold any tablet firmly in its grasp. The result: the MultiCase.
The MultiCase fits a large range of tablets, now including the Andriod and Windows series, and is compatible with the AirHolder. An extendable clip platform holds the tablet firmly by utilising the spring system.
If users already have a protective case for their tablet, the MultiCase fits securely in the AirHolder without having to take off the case.
With the increasing popularity of electronic tablets, the PC market is slowly shrinking. While resting on the couch, users prefer a simple flat screen, not a separate screen and keyboard, which is too bulky for comfort.
In addition, the AirHolder is a solution to the adverse health effects brought about by prolonged tablet use. Problems such as neck pain, sore arms and back aches can be avoided.
From these scenarios, LookBad looked toward creating more mounts for home furniture and healthcare. The launch of the MultiCase has opened many doors, and new products are on their way.
The MultiCase and the iPad wall mount, AirHolder, are available in two colours, black and white. These colors will suit any home's appearance, especially when the AirHolder is used daily.
On a side note, LookBad is working on a clasp for the MultiCase to be used on a Mic stand.