In order to display EventBoard, there are two hardware requirements. You’ll need an iPad compatible with iOS 9. You’ll need an enclosure, which is a fancy word to describe an iPad wall frame – a secure case for the iPad to be displayed in.
We want to make the deployment of EventBoard as easy as possible, so we decided to become a one-stop shop by partnering with a number of hardware, iPad and installation partners.(Email email@example.com to find out more, or call us at 415-423-2373.)
Listed below are our top-selling enclosures: the iPad Mini Door Frame, Full Metal Jacket and the Mini Wall Bracket.
iPad Mini Door Frame:
The Door Frame iPad Mini enclosure is the perfect option for glass conference rooms or walls that cannot be mounted to directly. This enclosure uses a power-over-ethernet adapter to provide a consistent stream of energy to the iPad. It mounts securely to any door frame, allowing for the power to be routed through the door frame and provides a secure, clean kiosk enclosure.
Full Metal Jacket:
This is a strong and secure mount perfect for the enterprise. It has a sleek stainless steel version available for the iPad 1, 2, 3, 4 and Air. It also has a nice satin black version available for the iPad Mini 1 and 2. This product is perfect for any business looking to secure their iPad directly to the wall.
Mini Wall Bracket
The iPad Wall Bracket is designed to match the look and feel of the iPad. The thick aluminum front panel features a high quality finish and is available in gloss or matte black, white and silver. This is iPad wall frame provides a clean and minimal aesthetic that is sure to complement your company brand and office design.
Now that you’ve got enclosures figured out, wondering what else it takes to get started with EventBoard? Check out this quick step-by-step guide to get you going.