You can use your tablets as a second or third display with this side mount clip, this clip can clamp tablet or cell phone to laptop to extend your screen and get multi-display experience. It is a must-have for those who need multitasking at home, office or on the go to increase your productivity.
Premium materials and expert design, monitor mount clip is made of high-strength engineering soft plastic, firm and flexible, protect your devices from scratching. Dual grip units, supply strong grip ability.
The monitor mount is even angled slightly to curve the two monitors around you. Let you enjoy the comfortable vision and experience screen continuity.
An all-new charge cord pass-through hides your charging cord behind the laptop screen, you can charge them anytime, anywhere while using multiple devices.
Its lightweight design makes it easy to tuck away into any pocket or bag, small but powerful, you can take it anywhere.
Support multiple screens such as tablets, portable monitor, mobile phone, etc. Perfect for video calls, students, travelers, in the office, analysts, and others.
The non-slip rubber mat provided six kinds of size, you can choose the suitable size according to your screen thickness. It can hold the tablets or smartphones whose thickness between 3mm to 8mm.
Note: Screen thickness support: 3mm to 8mm；Maximum weight limit: 500g. Otherwise the bracket may be damaged
Please use it for the screens which with frames. For protecting your screen, we suggest this Laptop clip must clip on the frame, not the screen.
Made of high-strength engineering soft plastic, firm and flexible.
Dual grip units, supply strong grip ability.
Angled slightly keeps the screen continuity.
A hole for you to connect the power cable when you use the iPad.
Provides six kinds of size to choose.
Lightweight design, easy to carry.
Size of rubber mat: 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm
Clip size: 4.5x2.5x0.9 inch
Maximum weight limit: 650g
Maximum screen limit: 13.3 inch
Screen thickness support: 3mm to 8mm
1 x Clip
12 x Non-slip mat
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