Twelve South Unveils HoverBar 3 for iPad Air, iPad, iPad Mini

Twelve South Unveils HoverBar 3 for iPad Air, iPad, iPad Mini

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Twelve South has announced HoverBar 3, the next iteration of their flexible arm for the Apple iPad.

HoverBar 3 can be attached to the edge of a table, desk, bed frame, kitchen cabinet, right next to your Mac and any other surface up to one inch thick. The flexible arm attaches to surfaces using a sturdy, padded, easy-on/easy-off clamp. Once attached, HoverBar 3 holds all current iPad models for hands-free use. Bend the flexible metal arm to position your iPad for FaceTime collaborations, to create an instant workstation, for a DJ stand or as a secondary touchscreen computer. Half the fun of HoverBar 3 is discovering new ways to use and interact with your iPad.

“iPad can be so much more than a portable tablet – but the first thing you need to do is get it out of your hands,” said Andrew Green, Creative Director of Twelve South. “Using HoverBar in your kitchen, office or bedroom really transforms your iPad's usefulness. Now with separate clips to fit iPad, iPad mini and iPad Air, just one HoverBar can hold everybody’s iPad in the house!”

HoverBar 3 also includes a bonus Kickstand that can be attached to the back of each of the included Fit Clips. When somebody else is using the HoverBar 3 arm, you can snap the Kickstand onto the back of the Fit Clip attached to your iPad for hands-free use of your tablet.

Pricing and Availability:
HoverBar 3 is available now for $99.99 at the link below.

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Twelve South Unveils HoverBar 3 for iPad Air, iPad, iPad Mini

Twelve South Unveils HoverBar 3 for iPad Air, iPad, iPad Mini

Twelve South Unveils HoverBar 3 for iPad Air, iPad, iPad Mini

Twelve South Unveils HoverBar 3 for iPad Air, iPad, iPad Mini

Twelve South Unveils HoverBar 3 for iPad Air, iPad, iPad Mini
Tony - May 16, 2014 at 6:36pm
$99? I can geta similar setup cheaper and great quality with RAM products.
jc - May 15, 2014 at 3:49pm
Wait for knock off. $10
Pathtologos - May 15, 2014 at 12:12pm
It's neat but $100?!!!! Give me a freaking break. That is absurd. I paid like $5 for a lamp with one of those bars to attach to my bed. The cost to make these must be nothing. Anyone who pays $100 for this is either ultra rich and doesn't care about money, or an idiot.
jame bond - May 15, 2014 at 1:57pm
the light that attaches to your bed for $5 doesn't have the weight of any of the ipad offerings.. It may only be a couple of dollars to manufacture you have to take into consideration that the final cost of a product incorporates many other things such as advertising, research and other things associated with the development of a product.
pathtologos - May 15, 2014 at 2:06pm
Bro, $100? Come on.
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