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I was googling wall mounts for iPads when I came across this .
Not for everyone obviously, but I thought it looked kinda neat

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It doesn't use up any counter space, Rick.

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I would never do this to a cabinet! The lifespan of tablets is a couple of years, doors are at least a decade. And contrary to the comment about Jobs house, he didn't want his kids to be computer junkies and didn't allow most devices in his own house. If I wanted a wall mount, I'd build a surface mounted holder and put it on a wall, not woodwork.

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I can see that being quite useful. Thanks.

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What fits now might not fit in a few years. I have a collection of phone cases as none of my phones were the same size.
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Where is the charger?
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Where is the charger?
I think he wired an outlet inside the cupboard. One pic shows the wiring , but not where itís going

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