The 10 Best iPad Kiosks
This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in January of 2019. Once a novel technology, tablets have swiftly become intertwined with our everyday life, establishing themselves as essential business tools and handy home entertainment devices. One of these kiosks can help streamline the checkout process for your retail shop or add an interactive element to a trade show booth, all while keeping your iPad reasonably safe from thieves. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
January 15, 2021:
iPads and other tablets have changed the way we do business, so it is no surprise that they are common fixtures in a range of commercial settings and tradeshow events these days. Of course, it is just as important to provide easy access to the device for customers and clients as it is to keep the tablets themselves safe, which is exactly what the various models here do. During this update, we made sure to include a variety of floor-standing and tabletop options, as well as models that suit various generations of iPads. Mount-It! and CTA Digital are leaders in this field, and many options from them have made it into our recommendations. When it comes to versatility, the CTA Digital SHFS and CTA Digital PARAFD immediately stand out. The former has a gooseneck that offers a lot of options in placement of the device, and this feature is further enhanced by a telescoping pole. The latter, has a three-section shaft that allows it to be a floor-standing or countertop option. In the security department, the Mount-It! 3770B, CTA Digital PARAF, and Mount-It! 3786 are definite winners, as are the Pyle PSPADLK14 and CTA Digital Dual ASK in the tabletop use department.
January 14, 2019:
Made sure to highlight that the CTA Digital PAD-SHFS has casters, as it’s the only wheeled option on the list, which could be a make-or-break feature for certain users. Did some research on the Angel POS Holder, but noticed too many reports about a lack of stability and its tendency to tip over, which is why it doesn’t appear on the list.