The Yohann stand is designed for iPad Air 2, is made of cherry or walnut wood, it holds your tablet in portrait and landscape views, features 3 viewing angles, works on strong and soft surfaces such as sofas and beds and has dedicated openings for charger plugs. Cool for office and home use.
Dekke’s Slopeuniversal tablet stand is one of the most stylish desk mounts we have seen to date. The Slope has a cool Appleish design, is made of strong and lightweight aluminum and features two Nanofoam suction pads (the Nanofoam is similar with the material used by the Gecko-lizard car phone pads) which serve to securely hold your tablet as well as to have a good, stable grip on the desk or table where sited.
Given it’s simple and minimalist design, the Slope is compatible with most flat, non-porous backside surfaces tablets including all iPad versions, most Android and Windows tablets and is available in two colors (Silver and Black) two sizes: Slope Mini for 7″ and 8″ tablets and the regular Slope built for 10.1″ devices.
If you’re in the market for a good tablet stand, stop your research and look no further! The Flote Orbit is one of the coolest tablet desk stands around! Simple to mount, with a minimalistic design and unlimited viewing angles as well as a cool Apple-ish look, the Orbit stands apart from the competition and allows users to mount their tablet and use it in hands-free mode while at the office or at home!
The Orbit requires only a small amount of assembly – simply insert the arm into the base and secure it in place with the included screw; once the arm is secured, simply attach the magnetic clasp and you’re ready to roll – check out the video for a walk-through of the entire process! A low-profile desk/table/countertop reversible clamp is also available for those who do not want to crowd their desks with an extra piece of gear.
The Orbit iPad stand is perfect for business usage (in offices, in face-to-face customer care, customer and employee presentations and trainings) as well as for personal, home usage (news and digital books reading, cooking, movie watching and game playing). Given it’s holder is spring coils powered and can be adjusted to literally any tablet size, the Flote Orbit is a truly universal stand. You can use it with all iPad generations, most 7-in to 11″in tablets on the market, most e-book readers as well as with light 11-in ultrabooks. Other than that, the Orbit can be also used for non-technological purposes such as holding presentation documents for speeches or small drawing boards for kids.
We are always on the lookout for a good tablet stand! Here’s what we usually look for when checking out new stand: ease in accommodating various sized tablets (from 7″ mini tablets to the 9.7″ iPad and the 10.1″ Android tablets); fully adjustable to reach most positions without the need of moving it around; strong build to resist wear and stress at home and office and universal design to fit into the decor.
During the past two weeks I had the pleasure to use and test the Xar Motion Bee Towers.
This stand has 6 adjustment points that allow users to place the table in almost any position. You can raise or lower the tablet height, twist or tilt the tablet holder, extend the telescopic arm to extend your reach, spin the arm 360 degrees to get the best view, and so on… (check the video in the post for an extensive walk-through of of all features).
The Bee Towers is designed to work with all tablet sizes. You can adjust the tablet holder to fit any tablet sized between from 7″ to 10.1″ (this includes Google Nexus 7, the iPad and the most Android and Windows tablets out there). Mounting the holder was an easy job and did not require any special tools (check the mounting instructions in the pics below). Simply screw the arm into the base, snap the base cover in position, mount the tablet holder onto the upper side of the arm and you’re ready to go. The rest is simply a question of adjusting the holder to the desired position.
The XAR Motion Bee Towers is well built and does a good job as floor tablet stand. It comes in two color versions (blue-orange and blue-black) as well as a metal base version. For more details about the Bee Towers or to order one check the XAR Motion website.
The Flote M2 adjustable floor tablet stand is one of the best stands money can buy.
Designed by Dave Cutler of DCS Concepts, the Flote is a premium product which follows the cool stylish design of Apple gadgets, is manufactured using high quality, resistant materials such as high-grade aluminum and solid steel and allows huge versatility in positioning, so you always get the best viewing angle and ease of usage!
The Flote M2 can be adjusted to any position. Literally! The iPad cradle features a metallic ball joint which attaches to the tablet stand via a strong magnetic mechanism allowing you to rotate the tablet and fluidly adjust it’s position to any direction. More than that, the sustaining pole rotates around it’s axe to help you get easy access when sitting down or getting up from your favorite chair (simply toss it on the side and you’re ready to pass unobstructed), the “boom” (which is the piece holding the tablet cradle) can be adjusted for the perfect height and a length extension allows easy reach when the stand can not be positioned near the sitting place.
The sustaining pole has a curved design for easy transportation, which, given the weight of the base, is a big plus when you need to move the stand around.
I used the Flote M2 tablet floor stand for about 2 weeks now and I must confess this is a gadget I did not know I always wanted!
My first thought was: “Why use a tablet stand when you can hold your tablet in your hands” (as most people do)!
Well … this is the part I was wrong with. Using a tablet stand means comfort! Comfort to take notes when you listen to a video tutorial on your tablet, or have the whole family in that Skype video chat (without constantly tweaking the tablet position so everyone fits in), or holding the kid in your arms when watching cartoons, or playing Candy Crash without Max the Kitten all over the tablet (yeap … that’s him, Mr Curiosity, in the user pics below), or cooking a cool recipe from the iPad without fearing flour or water damage, or fixing something by following a Youtube tutorial, or watching live sports on the tablet while still being able to manipulate the remote controller and the smartphone at the same time (yeap … I do that from time to time!!!)!
Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying you can’t do any of the above without a tablet stand, I’m just saying it’s so easier to do them with the Flote M2. And I did not even imagine it before trying it!
Check out the picture gallery in the post for more details and close-up images as well as the video for a full 8 minutes hands-on review which describes all the Flote M2 features and how easy it mounts. For more information about the tablet stand or to buy one check the manufacturer site or their Amazon listing.
Also, if you’re in the market for a tablet stand but you’re looking for something smaller, more office-compatible, please check the Flote Desktop ($219.99 US) and the Flote Orbit ($129.99 US) from the same manufacturer and take advantage of a cool 10% OFF for Mother’s Month Sale (use coupon code MOMSTHEBEST to activate the discount).
Designed to allow users a better ergonomic posture while working or playing on tablets and smartphones, the Versi Stand features an ingenious arm arrangement which allows height and angle adjustments for the best viewing position. Not only that, but Versi also features a hidden cable management channel which allows you power your devices while keeping all charging cords hidden.
The Versi Docker Stand works with iPads and other sizes and brands of tablets (with or without casing) and comes in two versions: a simple tablet-only version and a double stand designed for both a tablet and a smartphone.
The Versi Stand is in project mode at Kickstarter and you cans secure one for an early bird price of $69.
While the FridgePad and the MagBak propose kitchen tablet mounting solutions based on magnets, Victorinox took a different path to solve the issue of having a tablet help you cook those cool recipes – a wooden knife block with double utility: hosting your knifes and acting as a tablet stand.
The Victorinox Knife block can host on one side up to 13 knives including a paring knife, utility, santoku, chef’s knife, slicer, honing steel, kitchen shears and 6 steak knives, while the back was designed to act as a shelf for a tablet, a small cookbook, recipe sheet or even an appliance manual.