Basalte Announces Eve Plus iPad Docks Are Shipping Ahead of InfoComm 2019

Basalte Eve Plus iPad wall and table docks can be used for a variety of applications from hotels to corporate board and meeting rooms to homes.

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Basalte Announces Eve Plus iPad Docks Are Shipping Ahead of InfoComm 2019

Worldwide hotel chains and luxury resorts are relying on technology more than ever to help them meet the needs of their guests more effectively. For many hoteliers, that’s meant the adoption of artificial intelligence tools like Amazon Echo and the like.

Other resorts and chains are using iPads and other portable tablets to ensure that when a guest has a comment, question or request, there’s no time lost in getting the guest an answer or resolution that’s suitable for them.

Ahead of InfoComm 2019, Basalte announced its new Eve Plus iPad docks are now shipping. These wall and table docks are “made of high-quality finishes in a minimalist design,” according to the Basalte announcement.

Eve Plus can be used for a variety of applications with iPads in homes, hotels and offices worldwide.

Eve Plus Specs

Eve Plus is a docking station for the iPad 5 and 6. It lets users magnetically mount an iPad on a wall or table, in any orientation, while keeping it permanently charged. 

Thanks to its minimalist and lightweight design, Eve Plus only adds a minimum to the iPad, making it the slimmest mount worldwide.

Eve Plus is engineered from high-quality metals in the same design and finishes as the Basalte luxury switches, thermostats and sockets. All key iPad functions remain available, so you can use Eve for a variety of applications in homes, hotels and offices worldwide.

This can be home automation control, meeting room management, front desk registration, hotel room services etc.

About half of the respondents to the survey related to CI’s 2019 State of the Industry research say they’re doing more work in the past year in the hospitality market, while more than 40 percent say their place in the hospitality and casino markets is the same in the past 12 months as it was the prior year.

That means only about 10 percent of the CI 2019 State of the Industry respondents are seeing a downturn in the hotel space.