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Take Your iPad to New Heights.
Impress friends and office mates with a jaw-dropping, super futuristic, straight out of Hollywood Mac setup. HoverBar hangs iPad 2 beside your Mac, letting you use iPad as a secondary, touchscreen computer. The flexible HoverBar arm positions iPad in a place where you can keep tabs on Twitter, stocks or partake in a FaceTime chat. As a bonus, you can use HoverBar separately to float iPad 2 as a micro workstation, a handy kitchen mount or as a tool that elevates iPad, creating a whole new way to interact with apps.
iPad Becomes Wingman for Your Mac.
HoverBar connects iPad 2 to your Mac, creating a dynamic duo. An awesome, Tony Stark - inspired, desktop workstation with a beautiful Apple display and a killer touchscreen computer hanging by its side. HoverBar presents more ways to use iPad more often. Collaborate on a project with FaceTime, monitor the weather and interact with your favorite apps. HoverBar rescues iPad from the computer bag.
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Floats Like a Butterfly in the Kitchen.
HoverBar is a sweet accessory in the kitchen. It connects to a cabinet quickly and easily with a simple clamp. No drilling holes or putting screws into your expensive Cherry cabinets. Pop open your favorite recipe or cooking app, or stream a how-to video while your iPad floats safely above the counter, away from splatters, spills and floury concoctions.
One strong Arm. Or Two.
HoverBar floats iPad 2 next to any iMac or Apple display with an L-shaped stand. The sleek black, flexible arm on HoverBar connects to your Mac using a sturdy, silicone-lined clamp that leaves no trace. HoverBar has enough muscle and reach to position iPad above or beside any size Mac. Flex the bar and tilt iPad in any direction to find your favorite viewing position. What could be better than one iPad hovering above your Mac? Having a second floating beside it.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why would I want to float my iPad 2 next to my Mac?
HoverBar creates the ultimate Apple multi-computing workstation by floating iPad 2 next to any iMac or Apple Display. While your Mac is running Mail, Pages or Keynote, your iPad 2 can display a FaceTime chat, Twitter or your favorite live weather app.
Can I use HoverBar and my iPad to create a secondary monitor?
Absolutely. Our favorite dual-screen app at Twelve South is Air Display by Avatron Software. Two other options are iDisplay by SHAPE Services and Mirror Display by Phyar Studio.
I use my MacBook Pro with a non-Apple display. Is there a way I can still use HoverBar?
Sure. Rather than attaching HoverBar to the back of your monitor, you can simply attach it to the edge of your desk and float iPad near your monitor or over your MacBook.
Is there any benefit to owning a HoverBar if I only have an iPad 2?
You bet. HoverBar makes an excellent stand alone display for iPad. Attach HoverBar to a table and pair an external keyboard and mouse and now you have a micro workstation. Used upright, your iPad can be used for interacting with DJ, piano and other music apps.
How does HoverBar work in the kitchen?
HoverBar is a super convenient kitchen accessory. It lets you position your iPad at eye-level, so you can follow your favorite recipe apps or stream a cooking video while you prepare dinner. More importantly, your iPad hovers above the counter, away from a wet, messy counter and out of your workspace.
Can I use HoverBar with my first generation iPad?
Sorry, HoverBar is designed for iPad 2 (perfect excuse to upgrade).
Will HoverBar work with my iPad Smart Cover?
HoverBar works with Apple's Smart Cover, but does not work with shells or cases that add bulk or material to the back of the iPad.
Is HoverBar hard to install?
No. To attach HoverBar to a Mac, table or cabinet, simply slide the clamp into position and tighten with the included allen wrench. To insert iPad into the secure clip, place the bottom corners of iPad 2 into the frame, gently clip the top of the iPad 2 into the frame to secure. Then you can position iPad wherever you want it. No drilling, no screws, no furniture damage and no commitment.
Will HoverBar leave marks on my Mac or furniture?
No, the heavy-duty metal clamp has thick silicone cushioning to make sure your Mac and furniture are safe from scratches.
Is the HoverBar arm omnidirectional, or does it have limited movement?
HoverBar has a strong arm that flexes in all directions. A ball tip holds the iPad clip, allowing you to swivel and tilt it, giving you additional viewing angles and options.
it doesn't stay standing up like in the pic, it tends to tilt whenever you add your iPad to it.Published 27 days ago by Donald
very good quality, holds the ipad mini well in position. wish they made an version for the iphone too....Published 1 month ago by Legov
Good quality, but a bit expensive. It is easily unscrewed by the weight of an iPad, so angle and positioning are important.Published 1 month ago by Sabrina Soto
They wanted me to pay another $19.99 plus shipping to be compatible with an AIR.
When they sell as fitting the "NEW IPAD" they actually mean the "3rd... Read more
Nice gadget very good it's so feasible to be used in each situation nice and cool I like it too much thanks hove board for this cool gadgetPublished 4 months ago by Romantic
At first i was hesitant in cashing out $80 for this item but I have to say, this product is awesome and don't regret spending on it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by David
I bought an iPhone stand from them and it took nearly ½ hour to assemble, because the screw holes DID NOT LINE UP, so it was kind of a force fit. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Thinkman
I don't write reviews often enough but in this case I felt compelled because of the quality of the product. Quality materials and good design. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ralph
The hover bar does hold an iPad to the side of my Mac. But in the image, the iPad appears to be placed RIGHT NEXT to the iMac display. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dr. Rick Kirschner