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By Lisa Johnston -- TWICE, 9/21/2011

Minneapolis - Bracketron said its iRoom iDock, a motorized in-wall iPad mount, is now available.  

iDockThe iDock comes in Portrait and Landscape models.The iDock is designed to be flush-mounted while a motorized docking system opens and closes to securely store the iPad. The custom-installed dock, which can be used with the iPad and iPad 2, includes both power and composite audio internal connections. It comes in two models: an iDock Landscape and an iDock Portrait.  

A flush-mounted socket is used to integrate the iDock, Bracketron said, with the iDock connected to the power supply and inserted into the flush-mounted socket. 

The mount's faceplate comes in three colors -- brushed aluminum, piano black and opal white - or it can be color customized so that the bezel matches a user's interior design.  

A one-touch proximity sensor activates when someone is nearby and switches the iDock to the open position, allowing users to insert the tablet. After 10 seconds the iPad door closes again automatically, Bracketron said. Users can disable the sensor to lock the iPad permanently in place if they wish. 

The iDock also automatically charges the iPad battery while mounted. According to the company, it will automatically open during a power outage so the iPad can be retrieved.

Source: http://www.twice.com/article/474192-Bracketron_Ships_In_Wall_iPad_Mount.php
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