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The Jotter: Keeping Tabs on iPad Tablets

New to our 2014 product line is the Jotter Tablet Display. Unlike other tablet stands, our Jotters have a completely enclosed, key-locked case with a sturdy pole and base. Our Tabletop version can be installed onto a surface that allows screws, like a wooden desk or display.


Placing your iPad in the Jotter stand secures it, gives ergonomic comfort to your clients, and adds attraction by letting others notice your iPad—they’ll want to play with it. The Jotter Stand adds class, comfort, and user-friendliness to your booth or lobby or wherever you plan to encourage engagement using an iPad.


Whether you’re with a customer then have a new customer approach, or you have product/informational videos you wish to share, or you have a presentation you want to clients to see, let your iPad take over engagement momentarily. Use the jotter stand as your interactive forum on-the-go. You’ll be with them in a just a minute.


Employ the iPad as an aid, not a distraction. Organize your apps for easy access. Create a clean professional home screen for easy interaction with your business apps or let customers check out your website directly. Sign people up at your website during your exhibition. Why not give customer’s access to buy your products right on the spot, using the tablet to go online to order?


When engaging a customer, if you can combine showing and telling, you can increase the probability of earning their interest and, ultimately, their retention. Using the iPad is another sales tool, and a fun sales tool, you can add to your toolbelt. Just don’t forget your Jotter Tablet Display to go with it.

By Victoria Rodriguez

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