Scythe e-Book Holder for e-Books and Tablets

Cooling specialist Scythe is trying to enter on a new market with the announcement of their a brand-new product for tablet and e-book. It as a “e-Book Holder” which is appropriate for nowadays e-Books and tablets fand feature a patent pending mounting mechanism which allows users to rotate their e-Book or Tablet-PC by up to 360°.

The Scythe e-Book Holder is made of steel combined with an aluminum-look finishing, has a rubber feet for better stabilization for slippery grounds and is equipped with mounting grips which can be adjusted stepless to allow mounting of various on-market e-Books and Tablet-PCs. The holder also allow to detach the mounting fixture attach it to common 3.94 inch (100 mm) VESA mounting systems. The device has dimensions of 260 x 200 x 225 mm, weighs 1.005 g and will cost you 29,50 EUR.

Scythe e-Book Holder

Scythe e-Book Holder

e-Book-Holder

Scythe e-Book Holder

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