oscar diaz designs magnetic tablet mounts to provide more versatile display expansion 
all images courtesy of oscar diaz studio




‘pixo’ by oscar diaz studio is a tablet mount connects a tablet to a wide range of computer screens, so users can utilize a second display at their workstation. because of it’s magnetic attachment, it can be attached to a wide range of tablet brands including apple’s latest 12.9 inch ‘iPad pro’, which would increase up to 60% of a working screen size, if used with a regular 21.5 inch display. through third-party apps, the attachment system can convert tablets as second-screens or if developers need to preview mobile layouts, share content across all devices. to help with manufacturing, ‘pixo’ has a kickstarter platform with shipping plans for november 2016. 


campaign film for the ‘pixo’
video courtesy of oscar diaz studio




oscar diaz studio was funded by royal college of art graduate oscar diaz in 2007. he has since designed products and installations for clients such as hermès, MUJI and veuve clicquot, and has been widely exhibited in europe and asia and selected for exhibitions in museums such as museum boijmans van beuningen, triennale di milano design museum, marta herford museum and MoMA in new york. 

the ‘pixo’ can added different sized tablets 

the system used magnetic strips to attach mobile devices 

the clamps are ideal for developers needing to preview layouts for different devices oscar-diaz-studio-pixo-tablet-mount-designboom-05
the design process behind the ‘pixo’