One of the best ways to use an iPad is wall mounted. You probably never considered wall mounting your iPhone but the iPad is different, and its large, 9.7-inch screen begs to be wall mounted. It's time to stop thinking of the iPad as a larger iPhone because it's a completely different beast, it just happens to run the same OS.
There are endless reasons to wall mount an iPad, but my favorite locations are in the kitchen (cooking apps and Pandora), den, (djay, Pulse, iPod) and bathroom (Pulse, Flipboard, weather and news headlines while your brush). This weekend I was able to catch more of The Masters than usual thanks the wonderful iPad app. Once you get out of small-screen thinking, you'll find numerous, creative applications for wall mounting your iPad. And there's enough titles on the App Store to indulge just about every hobby or interest imaginable.
A great solution for wall-mounting the iPad I've found is PadTab ($19.95) a two-piece mounting system that attaches to your iPad (and the receiving surface) with a high-strength adhesive. It's a tool-less alternative to screws, rivets, welds and other forms of mechanical fasteners used in industrial applications. For $20 you get one mounting plate and two wall mounts.
The adhesive is very strong and if you don't follow the directions for removal it can damage your walls. PadTab reports that the adhesive is easily removed using a hair dryer for about 60 seconds, but I haven't wanted to remove any of my mounts yet.