The Apple iPad has been at the forefront of tablet design and innovation since it was released in 2010. It is still seen as the zenith of all tablets, and so are its accompanying models, such as the iPad 2 and the iPad mini.
Most electronic retailers stock the iPad and it has become customary to have a selection of fully functioning iPads on display. The benefits are simple; customers can see the product, touch it and navigate through it. It allows the product to sell itself. However this raises some problems for retailers, most notably when it comes to security. As aforementioned, iPads are highly sought after commodities and if retail stores were to leave them lying around, they would soon find their stock numbers depleting rapidly but not in a good way.
Do they then have to ask the employees to permanently keep an eye on every single one? If the customer has questions but and wants to experience the device, does the employee have to ask them form an orderly queue? Hopefully not! What is needed is a safe and stylish enclosure. An iPad enclosure which complements the stylish design of the tablet. Not only that but it still allows the public and customers to use its features, and can become mobile again when the staff wants it to be.
Secure and portable!
The Gorilla grip from Gripzo fulfils all the requirements and more! Not only is the design functional and stylish, most importantly it presents a clear deterrent to any opportunists. It would be an impossible task to force the iPad from its enclosure. However the staff, equipped with the key can have it free and mobile within just 3 seconds! In another 3 seconds it can be placed back into its own enclosure. The practical design also allows the iPad enclosure room for manoeuvrability. This is perfect to accommodate for how the retailer wishes to display the iPad enclosure. Furthermore, one enclosure can be adjusted to fit any model of iPad (or other tablet brands for that matter).
Gripzo’s Gorilla grip is the perfect solution for electronic retailers who want to safeguard their display iPads.