- Promotion Expires November 27, 2012
• $21 for an iPad adjustable tripod and stand ($59 value) • Makes for easier typing and photo-taking • Tripod is easy to folded up • Silicone guardian arms provide cushioning and prevent scratches • Choose from 5 colors: Metallic, Black, Purple, Pink and Brown • Rust resistant • Taxes and shipping included • Easy online redemption Trying to crane your neck while holding your iPad is not the way to take a flattering photo. Today’s deal lets you set up your iPad just like you would a traditional camera—and get the gadget at a deep discount. Retail Jackpot is offering a limited number of metal tripods for your iPad, Galaxy Tab or any other tablet device. This “easel” for your tablet can be adjusted to any angle, which makes for easier typing and photo-taking. The tripod is easily folded up—just toss it in your bag and go. Magnesium-zinc alloy construction resists rust, and silicone guardian arms provide cushioning and prevent scratches. Take quality photos and take the pressure off of your wrists—use that tablet for maximum potential!
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$21 for an iPad adjustable tripod and stand ($59 value)
- May purchase multiple vouchers per person and as a gift. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
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The iPad wasn't Apple's first attempt at a tablet-style device. In 1993, the company introduced their first tabletop computer called the Newton MessagePad 100.