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VidaBox Ships iPad mini Frames and Mounts
The new mounting option is available now for under $100.
February 26, 2013 by Rachel Cericola

The iPad has become a staple of the automated home. However, you probably don’t want that portable glued to your side at all times. VidaBox is making it easy to have that trusty tablet on-hand and out of harm’s way.

The company just introduced a new line of mounts, specifically for Apple’s iPad mini. This is perfect for people using the mini as a source of home control. 

Besides giving your iPad mini a place to rest, these mounts have options for VidaBox vCharger and vPower Stations. That way, you can mount the mini and charge it up at the same time. Other features include options for portrait or landscape modes, seven different colors and finishes, and paintable frames.

“We are thrilled to finally offer these new frames, which have been highly sought after since the iPad mini’s debut,” says Steven Cheung, president of Vidabox LLC. “The iPad mini’s breadth of existing control apps and affordable pricing make them an affordable alternative to traditional, dedicated in-wall control panels, by simply adding our frames and charging solutions!”

Made in the USA, the iPad mini frames are selling now, with an MSRP of $94.99. Optional add-ons, such as the vCharger, vPower, and the iPad mini home button blocker, are also available.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at

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