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I have been looking for this like crazy but all items I find are not guaranteeing support for the 2018 iPad Pro size 12.9in.
I am looking for two things: a regular stand (I will use the iPad as a music reader so you know what I’m looking for) and a desk arm mount capable of holding this size and weight.
For the regular stand K&M produces some, but I’m not a fan of the quality of their screws so I’m open to suggestions.
For the arm mount I saw beautiful laptop and/or monitor mounts but, of course, they have VESA so: is there a good ordinary tablet arm mount capable of this or, alternatively, is there a kind of cover with a VESA adapter for the iPad so that I could use an ordinary monitor arm?

Thank you

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Dimensions per https://www.apple.com/ipad-pro/specs/ are 281 mm x 215 mm x 6mm and it masses 633 grams or less (depending on whether WiFi is present).

That is so much less than any 48 cm class display (smallest popular size), so a monitor arm will surely work, if this PAD-TAM tablet arm offered by Zoro.com, their # G3890988 which specifically mentions the iPad 12.9", is not suitable.

The same vendor has a free-standing stand "CTA Digital #PAD-AFS", Zoro # G2008268 for your iPad.

A search there for VESA may provide the case you seek; if not, please provide a web link from a vendor or standard body which explains what a "VESA-case" is.

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  • Could you please mention the vendor? The link returns “error 403”, Amazon CloudFront not accessible from my country. I’m aware of monitor arms, but I need a VESA-case for the iPad or it won’t attach to the arm. – NotationMaster Mar 17 at 19:34
  • I mean something that would hold the iPad and then allow it to be attached to a vesa-mount. – NotationMaster Mar 17 at 21:44
  • Dubious that CloudFront does not work in Italy after reading this: aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/11/cloudfront-rome Perhaps your 403 error is in your ISP or DNS server, if Ctrl-Shift-Del does not clear it? – K7AAY Mar 17 at 21:46
  • I’ve no idea... zoro.com or any of your links gives a 403 error. I’m now browsing the ctadigital.com website. Thanks – NotationMaster Mar 17 at 21:50

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