Attach Tablets to Pretty Much Anything With Vogel's Range of Mounts

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Starting off with a case for either an iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab, you just attach the hockey puck-esque mount into the back, which allows it to be rotated. From there, the mount and tablet can be attached to any number of Vogel's systems.

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For $70 you'll get the standard wall mount (which is a black and aluminum round object) and case, which can actually rotate the tablet in place. The next step up is the car mount, which attaches tablets to headrests for backseat kiddywinks to zone out on cartoons.

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The Flex Mount (pictured up above) has an adjustable arm that can swivel and turn the tablet, and might be best suited to kitchens or offices, when you'd want to pull it closer to you.

Vogel also does an adhesive mount for places where you can't drill into the walls, along with the usual table stands and flip stands—though the price of these different models remains unknown. [Vogel via Cnet via DesignBoom]

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I'd like to use something like this to mount a tablet in the kitchen so me and my fiancée can stop using a laptop while following online recipes. The only thing I haven't figured out is charging. I have yet to think of an elegant way to keep it plugged in while mounted, but I'd prefer not to have to remember to take the tablet down and plug it in every once in a while. That'll probably be the ultimate solution, though.