Tablet Flush Mount
Comprehensive solution for flush mounting your smart home automation tablet to a wall.
Recesses into the wall allowing for a sleek and more modern look. Magnetically held trim bezels available in acrylic or wood - providing a more upscale look and easy removal of your tablet.
Acrylic comes in either gloss white or gloss black. Wood is available in paint grade MDF and natural Baltic birch (ready for you to paint or stain to match your interior).
Currently available for Amazon Fire 7 9th Generation and Amazon Fire HD8 7th or 8th Generation. Additional tablet designs will be coming in the near future.
Finding a great mount is only half the challenge. Makes by Mike mounts can be used either standalone (where your tablet is powered only by its internal battery) or in conjunction with our slim charging cable and power converters which enable you to hide all cables neatly behind the mount, making for a clean install.
- Cutout template
- Wall mount base and bezel
- Mounting screws and wall anchors
Requires (not included):
- Compatible tablet
- For continuous charging (optional)
- Makes by Mike slim charging cable
- Power supply
- Power converter
Charging Options: Tablets can be continuously charged from a nearby 5v DC, 12v DC, 24/48v DC, or 120/240v AC power supply, or via a recessed USB outlet or passive POE (power over Ethernet) cable.
For additional charging information click here.
- The base of the mount is a custom 3D printed product
- Compatible with Amazon Fire tablets noted above
- Standard USB cables are not compatible with Makes by Mike mounts. For continuous charging, please select one of our charging options.
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The flush mount installation was pretty easy to complete. The directions included are well written and pretty clear. I opted for the PoE module with my mount which attached to the mount and slim USB charger pretty easily. The bezel mounts via a buncha magnets and sits pretty securely, even if the tablet isn't perfectly flush with the wall mount.
Overall I think the mount is well designed and easy to use. My only criticism is its difficult to get the tablet to sit flush inside the mount itself due to the charging cables, its just difficult to line up the slot with the cable during installation. This doesn't cause the tablet to stick out too much and the bezel helps to make it obvious so pretty minor.
Just installed my flush mount for a Kindle Fire HD8. I previously had an eyesore of a Vivint alarm panel that was no longer operational.
The instructions were well thought out and easy to follow.
An attractive mount that gives easy access to removal of the tablet is something that I have been searching for since starting my home automation. This not only fulfills those requirements, it is very affordable.
Time to order some for my other rooms now.