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Heckler Design Creates Sleek, Secure WindFall Stand for New Surface Pro 3

The WindFall Stand for the Surface Pro 3 Will Debut This Week at the Microsoft WPC Conference in Washington, D.C.

PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/14 -- Heckler Design, a made-in-the-USA product design company, today announced its new WindFall Stand and WindFall Frame for the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. The ultra-modern, commercial-grade, secure stand is made of heavy steel and is designed specifically for the much-anticipated Surface Pro 3. These products enable those operating in a commercial setting access to full Microsoft Office Suite and all other Window applications in a tablet form factor.

The WindFall Series for the Microsoft Surface will debut this week at the Microsoft Partner Conference and will include WindFall Stand for Surface 2, WindFall Stand for Surface Pro 3, and WindFall Frame for Surface Pro 3. The WindFall Stand enables tablets to be secured to counter tops, while the WindFall Frame enables wall- and arm-mount displays.

"Surface Pro 3 truly is the tablet that can replace your Windows notebook. Enterprises worldwide are anxious to implement Surface Pro 3 in countless commercial settings with full access to their Windows applications," said Dean Heckler, founder of Heckler Design. "These enterprises will need commercial-grade mounts and secure stands for a variety of settings. WindFall Stand and WindFall Frame for Surface Pro 3 are perfect for these applications."

The WindFall Stand and WindFall Frame for Microsoft Surface Pro 3 were created as part of Microsoft's Designed for Surface Program. They are constructed from thick, laser-cut steel, thoughtfully designed around important ports, sensors, antennas, cameras and buttons.

"The Designed for Surface Program was developed to address the growing demand for Surface accessories for business and consumer use," said Cyril Belikoff, Senior Director, Microsoft Surface. "We look forward to working closely with our Designed for Surface Program participants to better serve their customers and create compelling solutions together."

The WindFall Stands and WindFall Frames are available in a variety of colors, with additional options for custom colors. Both are available direct through www.HecklerDesign.com.

About Heckler Design
Heckler Design, known for its renowned OneLessDesk, creates beautifully simple, commercial-grade products for design-conscious consumers and businesses. Heckler Design's products currently include office furniture, desk accessories, iPad stands, and point-of-sale hardware. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., all of Heckler Design's products are designed by Dean Heckler and made in America. More information is available at www.HecklerDesign.com.

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