What is it? EleMount is a removable mount for mobile devices.
How does it work? At first glance, the EleMount looks just like any other mobile device mount. What sets it apart is the way it mounts devices. Unlike traditional suction cups and claws, EleMount uses a proprietary adhesive that simply sticks to both device and surface with only a slight application of pressure. Want to move the mount or change the device it’s holding? Just lift it or the device, and it disengages its grip with no sticky residue.
How hard is it to use? Open, place on a clean surface and set a device on it. It’s that simple.
How well does it work? Extremely well. First-time users may be wary about placing it above areas with a deep drop, but those fears can be put to rest. The EleMount’s adhesive is super strong, and as advertised, once removed from its place, there is no residue left behind. It can be tricky to remove the mount from its perch the first few times due to the strength of the adhesive, but with experience comes ease of use.
How do I use it in the classroom? Teachers can mount tablets, phones and just about anything, anywhere in the classroom, without fear of ruining walls or other surfaces.
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Article by Jason Tomaszewski, EducationWorld Associate Editor
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