Archelon Enclosures Releases the Archelon XTR

— January 29, 2013

Archelon Enclosures (, a manufacturer of iPad and tablet enclosures, will release the Archelon XTR in January 2013. The XTR, manufactured in the USA, offers XTREME Security and XTREME Performance.

The Archelon XTR offers capabilities such as a lock and key detachable frame for mobility, 180 degree complete flip with multiple viewpoints, concealed cord management and a charging base. The Archelon XTR shares the same viewing options as its predecessor, the Archelon EXO, such as portrait, landscape, side-to-side, and up and down. The 180 degree flip is unique to the XTR, allowing the ability to view the iPad from both sides of the counter. All cables fit securely inside the frame of the enclosure and are wired inside the base of the stand to charge the iPad. Since the base of the unit is a charging dock, no cables are exposed. The Archelon XTR’s sleek stand is engineered to complement the iPad rather than compete with it.

The Archelon XTR gives users the option of using the iPad to its fullest mobile capacity, while still having the security aspect with the lock and key system. The XTR also includes accessories such as an ergonomic swivel handgrip and/or shoulder strap that attaches to the frame to help users that require a truly mobile experience. The enclosure was also designed with a point of sale solution in mind, having modular adapters to accommodate a variety of different magnetic stripe readers (MSR’s). From 30-pin to audio jack, the adapter kit gives users choice and flexibility. The Archelon XTR is ideal for point of sale, restaurant table-side service and applications, as well as many others including retail, hospitality, medical centers, schools, universities, and trade show displays.

To learn more about the extreme features of the Archelon XTR, visit

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