About the K&M 19790 Tablet PC Holder
Secure your tablet
Secure your tablet
When you're relying on your tablet computer as part of your performance, you need it to be secure and accessible. To accomplish this, K&M's 19790 tablet PC holder allows you to attach your standard-sized tablet PC to any stand with a 5/8" threaded mount. The holder's three-point support arms hold your tablet safely and securely.
Attaches and detaches easily
Once you've adjusted the support arms to fit your tablet using the clamp screws, a snap lock allows you to quickly and simply detach the tablet. You can easily rotate the tablet to vertical or horizontal orientation. The tablet holder works with all standard-sized tablets including Apple, Amazon, Samsung, Google, Asus, and Microsoft models.
- works with all standard-sized tablets
- screws onto stands with 5/8" threading
- three-point mounting arms hold tablet securely
- snap lock for easy removal of tablet
- quick switch from vertical to horizontal orientation
- adjustable mounting arms
- height: from 8-3/4" to 13-1/8"
- width: from 5" to 8-3/4"
- warranty: 5 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 19790.516.55
What's in the box:
- Tablet stand-holder mount
- 5/8" Knurled tensioner
- Installation instructions
- Info sheet
More details on the K&M 19790 Tablet PC Holder
Overview: The K&M tablet holder allows just about any tablet to be securely mounted to a microphone stand. It can accommodate tablets ranging in height from 8.7" to 13.15" and 5.0" to 9.13" wide. Tightening knobs for each arm allow quick and easy adjustment for height and width while the lower arms include tensioners on each end to hold the tablet securely, accommodating tablets between 0.24" to 0.43" thick. The bracket's base has a built-in, 5/8" threaded, stand adapter that includes a knurled tensioner. The stand adapter allows up to 90˚ of tilt and the holder can be rotated 90˚ to switch the tablet between portrait and landscape modes. In either orientation, the tablet holder keeps the tablet securely in place and won't rotate on its own.