Reddit reviews: The best tablet stands

We found 571 Reddit comments discussing the best tablet stands. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 210 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Tablet Stands:

u/soflymcfly · 1 pointr/ipad

I also am using the Incase Origami Keyboard Case and I love it!

I'm gonna suggest something that you might not want but it works wonders for me.

My keyboard stays separate from my iPad in the Incase Origami and is well protected by that.

At, first I used an old macbook incase sleeve to protect my iPad, like you are doing but I didn't like that after a while.

So now, my iPad is protected by Apple's smart cover and the back is protected by the Belkin Snap Shield Back Cover. I'm not exactly gentle on my electronics and I have yet to have any damage.

I do this for two main reasons. I love the thin naked feel of the iPad and I didn't want to lose that feeling. The Belkin back cover helps preserve this, unlike other cases, they either have that portfolio feel or they are bulky. The second reason I don't want both my iPad and keyboard together in one case is I don't always want to have that full keyboard around. I enjoy reading on my iPad and I don't want that full keyboard around.

I hope this helps. In my opinion, as of now, this is the best option, to work with what we both already have (AKA the wireless keyboard), while preserving that streamlined Apple feel that I enjoy.

Let me know if you have any questions!

EDIT: Forgot to mention I hated having these two items separate in my bag, I wanted them together like you. So I found this really nice looking cloth elastic band thing that nicely holds them together in my bag. So it feels like they are one case (for the most part).

u/gbpp89 · 4 pointsr/masturbation

Like you, I also have a gigantic porn collection (over 40 TB). Having your own curated collection is best imo because you can have all your fave vids on hand, and don't waste time searching for something to watch. Plus the quality is better.

In 99% of my jerkoffs, I use my collection, I lay on my back in my bed, and I use my 12 inch iPad Pro. I used to use my phone to watch porn, but I decided to treat myself and invest in my jerking sessions by upgrading to the iPad Pro and buying a floor stand, and it was the best decision I ever made. Jerking off has never been easier and more comfortable. Using sex toys is much better too since my hands are completely free and the screen is right above my head.

I use an app called nPlayer to view my collection. I can shuffle, create playlists, repeat a clip, password protect it, and much more. That's pretty much my ritual. I beat off at least twice a day, morning and night. On days where I'm not working and have free time I can go for hours and have several sessions. I lie on my bed, plug my iPad in the charger, adjust the stand right above my head, and just go to town.

u/joikansai · 1 pointr/razer

I bring it quite often in cafe so Keyboard cover is important, and i use universal transparent one to keep chroma light nicely looking. Under heavy load I let upper area free for air flow.
I was using also my MacBook Pro on couches or bed but it has no heat output on bottom of it. Gaming laptop especially ultra portable one like Blade needs to take a good "breath" in order to keep it less hot under heavy load, in internet browsing, paperwork or other light tasking you can use it like MacBook but not on gaming.
I don't really put attention on it like you when i had my first Blade 2015, because it was not as powerful like latest model, I played mostly on medium setting but now with pascal 1060 I play always on minimum high 1080p that pushes the Blade, so i undervolted it -0,120, and on open world gaming that really push CPU and GPU i just use this thing https://www.amazon.com/Just-Mobile-Lazy-Couch-MacBook/dp/B003NNMDCE and my max CPU temp never break 82 Celsius, about Fan noise yes it is way louder than MacBook around 52dB on gaming but if you are using headphone or set volume to around 70% in my personal taste it don't bother me at all since games sound covers it.
Edit: there's also a lot quiter gaming laptops out there like Alienware, Clevo or new Asus Zephyrus, but it doesn't meet my qualifications as a laptop after getting used to a MacBook pro and Vaio Z as my main laptop.

u/decepere · 1 pointr/running

I've spent years trying to figure out how to mount my ipad on my treadmill, bike and rower. So here are the options I've used:

  1. Spiderpodium - Used it on Lifecycle upright with good results. The biggest issue was how it would grab the console. The biggest problem is that the arms will eventually break off under daily reshaping. Don't know if this got fixed.

  2. TaoTronics Desk Stand - Worked really well with the upright and so so with treadmill. I'm a big guy and the bounce made the experience somewhat annoying.

  3. Logi case for the Ipad Pro - This covered up the console on both upright and treadmill but it didn't bounce around at all and stayed in place.

  4. Tablet Stand - Probably the best option if you can find one. The Magichold is a bit too short but I found some knockoff from China that went as high as 72 inches. This was the third best option.

  5. Kitchen tablet holder - Attaches to the ceiling or cabinet. Great example is here. Mine was attached to a wall and not the ceiling, this was the best option for the treadmill.
u/mrbubbles916 · 1 pointr/flying

I use the twist lock mount and stick it to the piece of windhsield that is next to the panel to my left. Depending on position, it could obstruct the ASI but it really hasn't bothered me. Just lean slightly to see it or reposition the mount. I love it though.

Twist lock mount

Long Arm - There is also a short arm.

Tablet holder - I find that this holds way better than I was expecting it to. I often take the entire assembly with me to golf courses. I mount the setup to the front windshield of a golf cart. With all the bouncing around you experience driving a golf cart around I have never had the tablet fall out or have had the suction mount come off. Pretty impressive. That's just me though.

Also, I mainly use this for IFR only. For VFR I just keep the tablet in my lap because I only reference it when I need to. In IFR I like to have the information right in front of me without having to look away.

u/Aphyd · 1 pointr/ArtFundamentals

I had a similar concern when I started. I settled on a setup with printer paper attached to a clipboard (I use the Officemate Letter Size), and the clipboard mounted on a Artisul Freestyle Stand, with a strong clip securing the clipboard to the stand. I let the bottom of the clipboard rest on the lower rubber edge, so that my hand doesn't brush against the resistance.

With this setup I can mostly keep my neck straight and look with my eyes down at the angled paper. I'll also sometimes put the stand on top of a book to raise it higher up. It'll challenge your shoulder muscles but no more than an angled tablet. You also won't be able to rotate the page easily. I used that as an opportunity to practice drawing at all angles, instead.

It's a little pricy (about $70 for all the pieces) but your health is worth orders of magnitude more. As a bonus the stand works great with a tablet when you want to try digital drawing.

u/godelbrot · 14 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

It's a bit on the pricey side at $39.99 USD

but the fact that it's sturdy, allows charging, and takes up so little space that it should fit in pretty much every Switch case to me makes it a winner.

Runner up was the Arkon Folding Tablet Stand much cheaper, but not quite as sturdy, significantly larger (won't fit in most Switch Cases), and would likely require a right-angled USB C cable to charge while in use.


If the price of the Compass V2 throws you off, the original Compass V1 goes for like 15 bucks on Amazon and it's actually slimmer then the V2 but apparently less sturdy.

edit 2

also there is a cheapo version of it for 10 bucks but I can't attest to its quality. Thanks u/doublespoiler and u/soma04 for the tip.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Not a question, but I didn't think this warranted its own thread. If you're looking for a portable stand for the Switch that doesn't fill you with constant anxiety that it'll fall over like the built-in 'stand' (which I now really just consider a very long SD card slot cover), I would highly recommend this one from Amazon when they get it back in stock. It's super cheap, adjustable to a lot of different angles, and the places it comes in contact are nicely padded with foam. And it folds up really nicely. Here it is in action: http://imgur.com/a/UcigH

u/djshack88 · 3 pointsr/ipad

I have the same iPad and love it. Here are keyboard and stand recommendations:

Universal Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard,Anker Ultra Compact Slim Profile Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard with Rechargeable Battery, Universal Compatibility with iPad and Computer - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PIMIUPW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_HOvYzbVZR8GS0

iPad Stand Adjustable, Lamicall Tablet Stand : Desktop Stand Holder Dock for new iPad 2017 Pro 9.7, 10.5, Air 2 3 4 mini, Kindle, Nexus, Accessories, Tab, Other Tablets (4-13 inch) - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XCD4PDF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_hQvYzbGRFX368

The keyboard is truly awesome and has amazing battery life. Quite a game changer when needing to do typing. The stand is a nice sturdy add on as well.

u/BrandonBuikema · 2 pointsr/stop_motion

I have not used any of these projects so if I were you I would check Amazon reviews. But at his age I would want something like these.

Stopmotion Explosion: Complete HD Stop Motion Animation Kit with HD Camera & Book (Windows & OS X) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009H4Q6YY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_cvi3xbQA0KFNN

Minecraft Stop-Motion Animation Studio https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RZ628O8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_Ewi3xbJ0JRD2F

HUE Animation Studio (Blue) for Windows PCs and Apple Mac OS X: complete stop motion animation kit with camera, software and book https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0049TQQ1A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_5wi3xbG9TQAD7

Another thing he will need is desk lamps and (if he is working with Lego) a Lego baseplate or two. It might be worth it to let him continue using the iPad but purchasing something like this to connect it to a tripod of some sort. I'm assuming he is using an app on the iPad and this would allow him to keep using what he is comfortable with just with better results.

TLDR the kits are cool but using the iPad may be the better option as he is already used to it. I would focus on lights, tripods, and maybe a lego baseplate.

u/BonzoDogDooDahBand · 3 pointsr/kindle

Just ordered the new ayotu case as it conforms to the recessed back of the Oasis 2, and looks to have stronger magnets than the official Amazon case (albeit sans origami stand): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079DPPHXY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_QvmTAbAFVFERZ

However, it looks like Amazon is coming out with revamped cases in response to the controversy over the original ones a few months ago: http://blog.the-ebook-reader.com/2018/03/19/amazon-bringing-back-kindle-oasis-covers-soon/

I’ll review the new ayotu case later on, but in all honesty I’ll probably return it if the amazon case comes out soon. All I want in case is something that goes on/comes off very easily and has a stand, I’m only going to use a case for screen protection while traveling around and a stand for when I’m at a desk. As it is, I just use a generic amazon stand (https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-IPM-TAB1-AMZ-Adjustable-Tablet-Stand/dp/B006ZT4VA0) but I’d rather have an all-in-one solution.

u/mbardeen · 1 pointr/homeautomation

For sensors I've got a mix, I use the Hue lights, so I ended up purchasing the Hue motion sensors. They work nicely within HA and, as a bonus, include temperature and light sensors. Other custom sensors I've built using NodeMCU boards -- this includes a board to transform my old 'dumb' alarm system into a smart one (just hooking up the door open/closed sensors to that), and the aforementioned chair sensor. There's also a few zwave and other sensors thrown in the mix.

I do use Google Assistant for voice commands from time to time, but my use is pretty limited. Most of the time my house just does what it's supposed to automatically.

I've got HassIO installed on a docker container in my house server. So far it's been extremely easy to maintain. I will install a secondary HA instance on a Pi3B to control my shed, but haven't done so yet.

For info screens, I use an old smartphone in my bedroom and a cheap android tablet in the kitchen. Neither are 'integrated' well with their surroundings. The tablet is on a movable mount (one of these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00I4I92C2) and the phone is stuck to the side of my night stand with double sided tape, where I can see/reach it easily while in bed.

u/bryanvb · 1 pointr/Android

I find it very useful. I've read comics on it, played games on it and more recently I got this stand for it and put it next to my computer to use as a mini Netflix TV. The speaker isn't the greatest but there is an app that allows you to make it louder. Of course you can also do some casual browsing and pretty much anything else you can do with a tablet. I like the size, it's very easy to type with your thumbs in profile mode. Of course at this point there are some other options so it's up to you.

u/USureAboutDat · 2 pointsr/MTB

Also avoid putting anything other than plain water in it. No electrolytes or Gatorade etc. They will promote mold growth.

I have the same bag and love it. I tend to only fill the bladder halfway, otherwise I find it gets too heavy with a tube, pump, tool, snack, etc

My cleaning ritual: I remove the nozzle (mouthpiece) from the hose and run fresh water through the hose (via the bladder) to rinse it. Then I stick a bent coat hanger inside the bladder to prop it open for ventilation. Store it upside down with the hose dangling off the table/shelf for drainage. That will allow it to completely dry out.

A nifty (and more portable) alternative to a coat hanger is propping the bag open with one of those plastic tablet stands - it works well and is great if travelling.

I have never used any chemicals other than a drop of Dawn dish soap once a month.

I've had my Dakine bag for 8 months now with zero slime or mold issues. Knock on wood.

u/Mickey330 · 2 pointsr/ipad

I use this stand (from Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DYTM9K8/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_tai_B8ZKyb

My normal (daily) use is sitting in a chair with this, browsing on the web and such. I've used it in the kitchen to view recipes, I've used it next to my home office desk to make my iPad a second monitor (I swing the arm/iPad over the desktop) and I've used it to look at the iPad while standing up.

It is remarkably versatile. Yes, it's got a heavy base, but the wheels roll smoothly and I've not had any difficulty moving it around. I had the same brand stand without the wheels and I liked that one, too - but this one has a longer arm reach and can be adjusted taller. I use it with an iPad Pro (the big one) and I've never worried about the iPad falling out of the bungee cord holder straps. I don't have an iPad cover, so it's not too bulky. I am typing this on the iPad [screen] now and there is barely an movement/ wiggle from that. It is very stable.

My iPad "lives" in this stand and, for me, this is one of the best purchases I've made for my iPad. As always, YMMV.

u/iamthatis · 2 pointsr/iOSProgramming

I use this: https://www.amazon.ca/MoKo-Universal-Rotatable-Aluminum-Smartphone/dp/B00OXR0H0O/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1479416298&sr=8-8&keywords=adjustable+iphone+stand+moko

There's a lot of standard nightside dock solutions that I really didn't like. Those seem geared to being able to read a notification when you're lying in bed or something, but while developing I found the angle to be far too vertical; a more or less 45° angle is what I'm looking for.

That product does a great job, as you can adjust it to virtually any angle, can even charge with it unlike some other products (obviously necessary for dev work), and there's a gap in the middle that makes tapping the home button trivial.

Only gripe is that I wish it was "dockable" like the nightside docks, where you can just slide it in. May jury-rig something to hold the lightning cable firmly in place, but it does a good job.

u/kodack10 · 1 pointr/wacom

Get yourself an Artisul D13 Freestyle stand and some foam bumper feet. Cut the feet in half with scissors and stick 2 of them at the bottom of the lip that supports the tablet so it creates a small gap to let air in the bottom of the MSP's vents.

I have the MSP13 and it fits like a glove but provides great cooling, and a 16 should also fit but with a little overlap.

It's also a solid stand and fully adjustable. I couldn't use my MSP without it. I draw almost exclusively in my lap and the stand is solid for this purpose.

u/FrankiePoops · 3 pointsr/Darts

Unfortunately, you can't. You can email the guy and see if he'll do one for you but they're around $400 and he only makes them in limited runs.

I use a Google Nexus 7 tablet ($150), one of these wall mounts ($15), and the Dartbot app. The app pretty much perfectly replicates the dartmaster III and even has the options for playing against a virtual opponent like the dartmaster III does. The developer is on this subreddit and that's how I found out about it.

u/robeschi · 10 pointsr/ipad

I mostly use the Apple Pencil with Notability or LiquidText. I use Goodnotes a little. Some of my professors use Google Drive, so I need to use those apps from time to time. I also like Outlook for email, iBooks and Kindle Reader for different texts. Duet Display turns my iPad into a secondary screen for my MacBook Pro. I use Scanner Pro to turn all my syllabi and other handouts into PDFs. iStudiez Pro helps keep my schedule in order, and Quizlet helps me study. I use Affinity Photo for processing my Nikon RAW files ( I let my Adobe CC subscription lapse, I just don't find myself using my dSLR that much lately.) I also use a MIDI keyboard with Garage Band and Pro Metronome for piano practice when I don't have access to a real piano/piano lab/practice room.

I keep games and other entertainment apps off the iPad since I'm trying to study and don't want to make it any easier for me to goof off.

Case, Screen Protector, Apple Pencil sleeve, tether to keep my adapter on my cable, stand, keyboard, and holder for using my iPad as a second screen for my MacBook Pro. I also use Anker cables, charger port, and portable charger.

u/Cassaroll168 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I got one of these and it's worked out great. Can finally play laying down with the monitor right over my face but it's great for seated play too.

u/impactblu · 2 pointsr/nookcolor

I don't have any experience with the B&N one, but I use this one from amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Arkon-Portable-Fold-Up-Playbook-IPM-TAB1/dp/B000CKVOOY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1319994114&sr=8-1

It's pretty sturdy and also adjustable. Really happy with it so far.

u/laf67 · 2 pointsr/videography

People are really not being helpful here, if you don't have the answer just don't comment because this is pretty clearly not an impossible feat.

So I'd grab one of these, these or maybe these, and then I'm almost positive that a Ronin-M could hold it in place. iPads are only 1.5 pounds, the Ronin-M can hold up to 8 pounds. They have a height of 9.6 inches and a width of 7.6. Here is a picture of my Ronin-M with a tape-measure balanced on it, it has infinite clearance in every direction if you mounted the iPad in front of it, and just enough clearance in the middle below the top handle if for some reason you had to mount it slightly towards the back of the gimble. All you'd have to do is screw the tripod mount onto the standard plate, mount the iPad onto it and auto-balance using the phone app.

You can rent a Ronin-M from any rental house for about 100-150 bucks. Good luck with your commercial!

u/The_Comma_Splicer · 1 pointr/technology

This is what I've got for a portable secondary monitor and it's fricking great. It's powered by the USB cable so you don't have to plug it in to a power outlet. Works great with this stand, though you can use the case for the monitor as a stand as well.

u/JustRollWithIt · 9 pointsr/Nexus10

You don't need to swipe apps away from the recent list when you're done with them. The system saves their state to RAM, but it frees it if it is needed for another app. I never bother clearing my recent apps, and I don't notice any slowdowns.

I personally opted to just use my N10 without a case because I wasn't willing to lose that awesome back, and the slim form factor. I did get a [sleeve] ( http://www.amazon.com/V7-Protective-Tablets-10-1-Inch-TD23BLK-GY-2N/dp/B007R3Z5E4/ref=pd_cp_pc_1) for transport and a [foldable tablet stand] ( http://www.amazon.com/Arkon-Portable-Fold-Up-Playbook-IPM-TAB1/dp/B000CKVOOY/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1371221361&sr=1-1&keywords=tablet+stand).

u/taytayflyfly · 2 pointsr/flying

So for my student training, Flight Gear HP Bi-Fold Kneeboard has been awesome, I haven't even used the pockets once though. I also bought the RAM Mount X-Grip Suction Cup Mount to mount on the side window, which is great for my instrument training. Make sure you can land well with a partially blocked lindbergh reference if you use the side window, or find a position that works. Minimal head movement is obviously the key, but I don't like the idea of a yoke mount. May work fine for you though.

Lastly I like having the potential to use this for having both an ipad on my left leg and an actual piece of paper to write on using the clipboard. With amazon's return policy on everything but the bi-fold kneeboard, I tried out these options without worry and only returned one that is not mentioned here.

u/UnrealRealityX · 1 pointr/Surface

I just recently picked a different stand up on Amazon for a Surface Pro 2 to get it off the desk and gain more space. it is pretty stable, but again, not sure how well it works if you're going to be taking notes on it. I use it mostly as a stand to raise the screen higher off the desk so that I don't angle my head down all the time.

CTA Digital Kitchen Mount Stand

Currently I'm using it just a stand alone, but it comes with 2 brackets that you could mount on a wall or under a cabinet. then you fold the fee together and slide it into the holder. It's pretty neat actually! and only $29.

u/flosofl · 1 pointr/ipad

The Origami case is the keyboard case. It folds out to include a stand for the iPad.

Incase Origmai

I had the Origami, but I gave that to my brother. I currently use the Logitech Ultrathin (I actually have the one for iPad v4 the previous model to the air with the lightning port) I love it.

Update: There's a folio version of the Ultrathin that will protect the back.

u/pkmnkiller41 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Thank you. Funny you mention it, the 'controller stand' is actually a regular tablet stand that I found out was perfect for propping up my controller as well.

u/drunken__lemur · 1 pointr/gtablet

I use this as a stand and I love it. For a case, I just picked up a cheap, neoprene 10.2" netbook sleeve from Walmart.

But if you're in the market for a case with the stand kinda like the Ipad Smart Cover thing, then check out electroniccrap.com. The guy that runs it is active in those forums that I sent you earlier so he has a great selection of GTab accessories. I hear the Clip cases are great, but they're not my cup of tea.

u/bloomingzonda · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I got these for my gaming laptop although I remember them being cheaper. work pretty well and are fun to play with.

u/tylermon2 · 1 pointr/wacom

-Stands and such.

I typically have worked with Cintiq's. Im a huge fan of an arm+screen mount...this is my intended solution for my desk. http://amzn.to/2gSV10L + http://amzn.to/2fRMlXJ

For on the go the above wont work so I am looking at this: Artisul Stand $60
It seems compact, should fit in any bag a MSP fits into.

u/persnickety-fuckface · 12 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

Yes! Our entire cost for the photo booth was around $200 -

$80 for a canon selphy photo printer (ebay)

$50 for the simple booth app

$10 for an iPad tripod

$10 for a photo cutter

$20 for extra printer paper (we had about 80 guests and still have some left over)

$25 for photo booth ['accessories']

We already had the box lights but you can find a set of two for around ~$50.

You can do it cheaper if you don't want to print photos... I really wanted to have doubles of every strip for our guestbook. We had guests tape their 'extra' strip into a paper scrapbook and write little notes. It's one of my favorite mementos.

You can also set up the app to email/text photos guests, in addition to sending copies to a dropbox or a tumblr and then you could share the link with guests.

It was really simple and so much cheaper than any professional service I researched.

u/Konzeption · 1 pointr/starcraft

I got those http://www.amazon.de/Just-Mobile-Lazy-Couch-Laptopfüsse/dp/B003NNMDCE/ref=sr_1_14?ie=UTF8&qid=1314440702&sr=8-14 .
They are really great and so small that you can take them literally anywhere with you. :) Of the method of cooling depends on where your laptop's fan is, I think.

u/turgid_wang · 2 pointsr/ipad
  • Step 1: Buy one of these (or air equivalent)

  • Step 2: Have it engraved

  • Step 3: Hand out at awards ceremony in an elegant fashion
u/sparksdls · 2 pointsr/iPadPro

I just got a new stand today, works much better -


It doesn't cover the pencil charging strip and also gets the iPad a little higher than the one I noted above. Very heavy duty - they have to be to be able to support something like the 12.9 Pro, and sturdy. A light unit doesn't work well - I know as I have a couple of them. This one doesn't use clamps, the iPad sits in the holder. It's also cheaper, $24.99. I like this one.

u/relic5 · 6 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I have been looking into getting some stands for my keebs for a while now. This is a tablet stand from Amazon Basic. Very happy with them. They are very solid and offer much flexibility in positioning and they hold the position they are fixed to. They also have a soft, foam-link padding where the stand meets the keyboard frame.

u/Ubelsteiner · 3 pointsr/tablets

Yeah I definitely love my S2 9.7 (2015). It's been my workhorse device for the past year or so.

I use it with a bluetooth mouse and keyboard to do things for work via RDP/Teamviewer (http://imgur.com/a/A3YOk). I paired up a PS3 controller with it to play Nintendo emulators (http://imgur.com/0TfQJzG) I have a mount for it in the car (https://amzn.com/B00LZ6KQDO) and use it for navigation (awesome!) and media playback, which are easy to do at the same time with Samsung's split-screen feature. I have a clamping arm mount (https://amzn.com/B0129X70ZS) for it attached to my night stand, so I can watch stuff in bed.

I highly recommend it, the only weak spot is the bottom mounted speakers of course aren't as good as a tab with front-facing, but they're enough to get the job done IME. If you're trying to watch something in a noisy environment, you'll want some headphones or external speakers. I have a bluetooth headset as well as a small bt speaker that I use.

u/ragequick10 · 1 pointr/tablets

Unfortunately I haven't used any stands with a clamp.

The only other tablet stand I've used is this one. It is heavier than the amazon basics one so it is less likely to slip, and the build quality is pretty good. Though it isn't as heavy as the one you linked to, so that might be better.

u/Miapop2000 · 13 pointsr/ipad

lamicall stand

I use this one. It’s great, and looks pretty sleek

u/czere · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

TGIF tomorrow my mom and I are driving a van to NYC to move out of my apartment. So the big move happens Saturday but all of the driving happens tomorrow! Eek! Here is something! Thanks for the contest

u/erniesthings · 1 pointr/iPadOS

It's super solid and stays in position really well.


u/archer48 · 2 pointsr/ipad

apple wireless and this bad boy: Incase Keyboard Case

i love mine, i use it all the time for taking notes. Plus, once the ipad is resting on the keyboard stand, it feels like im using a laptop.

u/artie418 · 2 pointsr/iPadPro

I’ve ordered this from amazon: Link
Still waiting for it’s delivery so I can’t review it for you but I’ve watched great YouTube reviews on it.

u/PikaBonk · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Yeah, phone stands work. I saw an ipad stand at Daiso for $1.50 the other week as well. I feel like an ipad stand might be more reasonable. Actually, I found the exact stand that Daiso was selling here. Except Amazon is charging 7x more for it.

u/Twinguin · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

It's a neat idea as it protects the board while travelling as well.

But for the time being, I stick to this as it is foldable and really light.

u/lief101 · 1 pointr/flying

Student pilot here with minimal hours, so take my assessment with a grain of salt. Just got this in the mail from Amazon for my iPad mini. It's adjustable for pretty much any tablet, not just iOS and will fit both full size and small tablets. Tomorrow will be my first flight with it.


u/sgpigeon · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

While this costs a lot it is amazing. I got it when I bought my surface pro 4. It is a very well made device. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DYTM9K8/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/footballhead667 · 2 pointsr/Cooking

I have the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact^TM

Despite the long name, it's nice because it's waterproof - I don't have to worry to much when I'm in the kitchen. It's also got double tap to wake, so I can just wake it up with a few taps of my knuckle when things get messy.

I use one of these stands from Amazon which fit my ~8" tablet and my wife's iPad equally well.

u/leShingShong · 0 pointsr/ipad

You're welcome. Haha Just my 12.7. The colour and a small stand (from Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DYTM9K8/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_tai_B8ZKyb

My normal finger-tapping pressure curve, especially compromised as I don't know how many repair is a huge "chin" and I'm all my MacBook notebook style if you or buy 9.7 pro with Splashtop:


u/unusedredditname · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Here. Inexpensive, simple, and strong enough to withstand the kids for years now. Though they can unscrew the knob and the nuts are not captive. That was quite a goose chase... Otherwise they've been great. And that Surface is heavy for being that high up and at that angle, so very solid.

u/psyche77 · 1 pointr/Surface

The Book has some nice features like a bigger screen and the dGPU option. But if you're just looking for a kickstand, there's the Artisul Freestyle Stand - Drawing Tablet Stand .

u/smackythefrog · 1 pointr/macsetups

Thanks. I thought it was a stand and didn't realize it was a case/stand/Smart Case like thing. I have one too but I was looking for one that was a standalone...stand.

Sort of like this this. But I didn't know if this one in particular was reliable/quality.

u/daphatty · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

How about something like this? I use a smaller version in my car for my phones. Since I upgrade phones frequently, I never have to worry about buying a custom fit mount.


u/insanebrood · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

WHY??? i dont get why someone would want this. I usually use the standard dock with my TV or i play it as portable in my hands.

if i ever wanted to use another kickstand than the built in there is always something like this for 5$

u/artaru · 3 pointsr/ipad

I was at the Apple Store today to try out the Logi Slim Combo for both sizes. The keyboard feels fantastic but the kickstand is nowhere near sturdy enough to draw/lean on. It's a complete no go for me.

Build quality is as others said not the greatest but not really a deal breaker for me.

But if only use the kickstand for mostly reading / typing that's fine. But i write and annotate pdfs a lot so this is important to me.

I use this stand with a simple plastic back cover, and an external Bluetooth keyboard. That has worked really well for me.

Ps I also looked at the Draft Table but that's pricier, 0.3pound heavier, and more importantly has only three angles.

u/Cancun_sucked · 2 pointsr/wacom

You are right! I checked amazon to look for a better alternative anyway which is: (Artisul Freestyle Stand - Drawing Tablet Stand for Artisul D13, D10, iPad Pro and Wacom Cintiq) [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B019GCXGGW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_JUBSAbP332VQK]

u/SSLYK · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch


I just purchased this headrest mount for my 24 hour drive to Florida. It works perfectly for both the switch and tablets alike!

u/EzzypooOfNazareth · 1 pointr/Advice

I was more so focused on the stand one like this seems like it would be a good choice

iPad stand

u/NicoC72 · 29 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This one looks like a better one compared to the one in the OP anyways. It holds onto both prongs of the headrest and is adjustable.

u/Kolyin · 2 pointsr/Surface

Just a cheapo tablet stand from Amazon. This one, I think: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DBV1OKY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I don't actually recommend it for an SB, but it's fine for a tablet (or the SB in tablet mode). It's not heavy or stable enough to support the computer in laptop mode. The SB's balanced towards the back, so it just tips over.

u/pewpewlefty · 5 pointsr/vandwellers

It looks like a homemade track using an 80/20 track, a RAM iPad mount, a RAM Long Double Socket Arm, a couple RAM mounts (can't tell which ones from the picture) and some assorted hardware to make the slider work. I think 80/20 has a sliding attachment, but you’ll have to browse their site to be sure.

u/ActuaIButT · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

Not sure if it would negatively affect how the disc based systems function, but some kind of raised-in-the-back, angled shelf display in each cubby would be a cool option to both eliminate some of that negative space and feature the full design of each console better. Something like this or this. Or you could even make your own out of wood.

u/nomosecrets · 2 pointsr/ipad

I love the cases on my iPads. I love how minimal it is yet protective. (Although not super protective) I have this stand but I’d prefer this stand but I haven’t been able to talk myself into a $30 tablet stand.

u/wpnz · 16 pointsr/homelab

Awesome Idea, now I just need a wall mount.


Edit: Found one on Amazon

u/tmbtown · 2 pointsr/Professors

Here's my before/after desk setup, and I'm quite proud of it: https://imgur.com/a/GQLi4B3

You'd be surprised at how much clutter you could alleviate with a few inexpensive items from Amazon. These links are direct and have no referral codes in their URLs:

keyboard & mouse: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07CZK15G8

dual monitor stand: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074K35TJZ

tablet stand: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XCD4PDF

The pictured tablet stand is actually holding my company-issued 2-in-1 laptop. I bought it because I noticed no one else here actually uses their laptop when they're at their desk. Now I've got an extra screen, and a touchscreen at that.

EDIT: It's not actually a before and after photo. It's a comparison shot of my coworker's desk and my own, but it could've just as easily been my desk (besides the different monitors) if I hadn't bought this stuff in advance of our move to a new space.

u/rada_rada_lag · 1 pointr/disability

I am a fan of the Ram brand mounts. I would recommend this arm with this holder. You will just need to mount it to your bed or wall above her.

u/parkerlewis · 1 pointr/ipad

I've been happy with the generic AmazonBasics tablet stand for around 9 bucks.

u/GunFishin · 1 pointr/Nexus7

I bought this one for near nothing when it was on sale. It's perfect.


u/GamrEnchantment · 1 pointr/Twitch

Well, if you use a tablet, you have a few options. One being getting a stand that clamps to your desk and you can the tablet in that to free up space.

Example: Tablet Stand Easy Lock (I use this brand)

I have this for my windows 10 tablet and I use a program called Chatty to view the chat. I put the tablet stand behind my main monitor and have the tablet above the monitor, so I am looking at the camera when reading the chat. You won't be able to use it to write back, but it allows one less program on your computer and added functionality.

u/aalambis · 3 pointsr/Surface

It's this guy right here! I just really like that it's simple and compact while still feeling sturdy. I sometimes use it for another tablet if I'm doing handwritten notes and use the tablet to look through my textbooks.

u/GoldenC88 · 4 pointsr/ipad

Not exactly what you have pictured, but I use one of these: Amazon Basics Tablet Stand

I tutor virtually using FaceTime and Skype, and I need very precise angles based on what I'm presenting. It can adjust angles as close as a few degrees at a time. It is very compact, portable, and inexpensive. It can hold an iPad at a vertical angle if you use a Smart Cover to counterbalance.

u/TheL0nePonderer · 3 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Obligatory 'family is the best thing' blah blah blah.

My sister got me this awesome tablet holder that attaches to the lip of a table and the head can maneuver any way, I can push it out of the way, I can maneuver it a foot from my face while in bed and watch Netflix/whatevs. It's awesome, and adding a whole new level of lazy to my life. No more pad holding.

If you order one, check the tablet size (My Surface RT fits, my Surface Pro 3 doesn't)

u/yani222 · 1 pointr/iPadPro

Hi! It’s this guy: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XCD4PDF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_KFmlDb7E8ZQS2

It’s pretty good but wobbles a bit if the table it’s on gets bumped.

u/Juts · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Should work fine as long as you can occasionally connect to update for new games that will require the latest firmware.

Maybe check something like this out too if mounting is possible.


The more flexible arms i'd be too worried about jiggle/vibration from the boat.

u/TemptedTemplar · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Its a generic tablet headrest mount, I dont think anyone found the exact one used. but the switch will fit in any that work with smaller tablets.

u/Jadis4742 · 1 pointr/fringefashion

I use my ipad with the Timer Camera app and set it to ten seconds. I have an ipad stand back from when I first got an ipad and was still using the bluetooth keyboard. It's gone now, but it kind of works like this one. I have one window in my media room. Part of my desk is in front of that. I put a storage box on the desk, the ipad stand on top of that, press the timer and about every four pictures I get one that isn't awful. Takes about five minutes start to finish.

u/computerjunkie7410 · 1 pointr/homeautomation

Koala Tablet Wall Mount Dock by Dockem; for iPad Air/Mini/Pro, Samsung Galaxy Tab/Note, Nexus 7/10, and more (Black Brackets, Screw-in version) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JV75FC6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_9RoUBbV2WTCKY

I've had this up for almost 2 years now. It's been perfect. They make a non-screw version too but I like the stability of the screws.

u/rp2013 · 1 pointr/Subaru_Outback

So i went ahead and ditched the initial plan and went with a different product https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HFNH8JQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I am yet to test the product out, but i have checked and it fits the Microsoft surface. Now i need to find out how well it will hold on and if it will tilt forward.. Need to get it out for a test run.

u/TheDogJones · 2 pointsr/MusicBattlestations

Tablet stand: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XCD4PDF

Launchpad stand: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005IIR9F8

I have two of the tablet stands; the other is for my Nintendo Switch, and it works perfectly.

They lower keyboard is just on my desk's keyboard tray. Just not the type of keyboard they expected.

u/theflotv · 1 pointr/Surface

Its the Arkon folding tablet stand, makes it easy to use the tablet portion anywhere. In the picture , I use it to prop up the screen in "studio mode". https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000CKVOOY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/self-assigned · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Dear CNET, buy one of these and SHADAP!

u/linuxweenie · 2 pointsr/ipad

If you don't mind two pieces of equipment, try an incase oragami case (here) and an Apple bluetooth keyboard (here). Less than $100 and works like a champ, but way more than 23 dollars.

u/MercurialMohawk · 2 pointsr/ipad

The three angles provided by Apple's Smart Cover have always proven ample for me when using the iPad in landscape. You might also check out those foldable portable stands along the lines of this

(although that particular stand may not work w the Pro)

u/jtree007 · 1 pointr/flying

Just use one of the universal knee strap for tablets. they are overpriced for what they are, but work well. I typically use a yoke mount, but before I got it or can't use one I use a strap.

The one I use https://smile.amazon.com/MyClipKneeboard-Simplest-Tablet-Kneeboard-Universal/dp/B00NUGO78C/ref=sr_1_1?crid=EDS2XVYEGX2U&dchild=1&keywords=tablet+kneeboard+strap&psc=1&qid=1572183101&sprefix=tablet+knee%2Caps%2C156&sr=8-1

u/i_use_this_for_work · 0 pointsr/googlehome

Like this? 2-in-1 Kitchen Desktop Tablet Stand Wall Mount iPad Holder with Stylus for 7-13 Inch Tablets/iPad 2018/iPad Pro 12.9/9.7/Air/mini, Galaxy Tab S3 9.7, Surface Pro 4/5/6, Nintendo Switch https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00I4I92C2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_wh01BbKPAWNWN

u/SolidSonicTH · 1 pointr/gpdwin

For now I'll use this as a solution.

Not the best thing ever but as long as I have the stand with me, it'll suffice. At least this will allow me to sit it on things that might be soft (like a pillow).

If you're curious, this is what it is (nothing fancy). I tried using something a little taller but I couldn't get the body to sit on it properly so this will work.

u/Karpfenschleuder · 3 pointsr/nintendo

An adjustable tablet stand like this might work as well if you want to have more than just the three angles of the licensed one.

u/cityairlines · 1 pointr/golf

I have a tablet holder attached to my full size camera tripod. The holder just barely fits the iPad mini vertically, and easily fits it horizontally.


u/Aperture_Kubi · 3 pointsr/sysadmin

Yeah it has grown on me, though at work I sit it in this so I can keep it at a more vertical angle. Plus it can drive an additional two external monitors, without any issues so far.

u/maniaman268 · 1 pointr/homeautomation

The tablet in my living room I mounted with magnets. I used epoxy to attach 2 large magnets to the back of the tablet and 2 magnets behind blank electrical cover plates. I'm using magnetic micro-USB cables for the chargers and powering them off of PoE so I don't have to mess with mains voltage. You can just grab the tablet and pull it off the wall.

For the other tablets, I bought plastic brackets off of Amazon and used the same magnetic micro-usb cables and POE power.

u/justfred · 2 pointsr/chromeos

I just use the Apple compact keyboard. The annoying thing about it is how it turns itself on and off; I'd find one with a physical switch.

The other nice accessory is the Origami stand, which works fine with a phone or tablet.


u/enough_cowbell · 1 pointr/chromeos

This one is pretty versatile. Ignore the diagram that says "up to an 8" tablet", you're looking at the larger one.

u/streakermaximus · 1 pointr/Gunpla

I use this stand from Amazon, it's intended for tablets.

u/ydnar · 1 pointr/ipad

Bought this sleeve from Amazon & this stand. $22 & $13. Zagg full body maximum coverage. No smart cover for me.

u/gahnc · 1 pointr/funny

Mother's day is coming up ... get her a kitchen cabinet mount

u/greenfan83 · 7 pointsr/PleX

iKross Car Headrest Mount Holder with 360 Degrees Rotation for 7-10.2-Inch Tablets - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HFNH8JQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_vd8rzb18M82PB

I see above for my road trips. Add a few 3.5 splitter and headsets for a quiet road trip

u/Blakejones91792 · 1 pointr/apple

If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, you could get one of these.

CTA Digital 2-In-1 Kitchen Mount Stand for iPad Air/iPad mini and All Tablets (PAD-KMS) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I4I92C2/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_T7hPub1562FE3

u/Pawprintjj · 1 pointr/StarlightStage

I put my Galaxy S10+ on one of these and then I use my index fingers.

u/kimobu · 1 pointr/macsetups

Might not be the exact one, but it is basically this

u/trimbach · 2 pointsr/ipad

Not all stands are expensive. There are some on amazon for $8.

u/danukefl2 · 1 pointr/homeassistant

I grabbed one of these and ran power to it.

Koala Tablet Wall Mount Dock https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JV75FC6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_YlNSCb74A5J11

u/truefreedom4711 · 7 pointsr/kindle

It’s the amazon basics tablet stand.

AmazonBasics Adjustable Tablet Holder Stand - Compatible with Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy and Kindle Fire Tablets https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006ZT4VA0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ccz3Db7QA20HR

u/DeeDeeInDC · 1 pointr/videography

80-90 minutes on a tablet? I'm not sure that's even possible. Especially outside where it might get really hot. Anyway, quick google search gave me this. looks pretty simple for a setup. So I guess get this and a reasonable tripod to mount it on. (Edit, never mind, I guess you can get hours if you have enough space) https://www.amazon.com/Ipow-Universal-Tripod-Mount-Adapter/dp/B00Y4FF1OM/ref=pd_sim_147_4?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00Y4FF1OM&pd_rd_r=V5977Z0CPT1SB3BNXYTS&pd_rd_w=CxW0y&pd_rd_wg=pYNtY&psc=1&refRID=V5977Z0CPT1SB3BNXYTS

u/video_descriptionbot · 2 pointsr/collegeinfogeek

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u/Doktor_Rob · 3 pointsr/Nexus10

I have the Moko Slim-Fit Multi-angle Folio Cover Case and it has a cut out area so you can attach the pogo connector with the case closed. If you really want to have it connected while in a standing position, you might consider getting a tablet stand like this one that leaves room for the connector. You might have to leave it hanging over the edge of your shelf or desk, but it would work.

But, no, I do not believe there are any 90° pogo cables and even if there were, I doubt they'd be flush enough to fit in your case.

u/Kleivonen · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace


That's what I use, although I believe they just came out with a new type c version. (MB168C+ I think). To connect it to the surface, I just use a USB cable. When connecting it to my desktop, I use the USB ports on the side of my monitor.

It doesn't have any screws for VESA mounts unfortunately, so you'd need a clamp style if you want to elevate it. The included case acts as a stand, but that takes up too much desk space, so I use one of these: https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-IPM-TAB1-AMZ-Adjustable-Tablet-Stand/dp/B006ZT4VA0

Keep in mind, these USB monitors will lower your battery life. I usually only use it when I'm able to plug my SP4 in somewhere.

u/jeffdrafttech · 1 pointr/ipad

Maybe this? https://www.amazon.com/Incase-Origami-Workstation-iPad-Black/dp/B004X355Y6 It's a case for the Apple keyboard that has an iPad stand. I have one and have Duet, but far too lazy to set it up.

u/mrmaster2 · 0 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Will it damage my Switch to use this stand?


It completely covers the back vents (which look like speakers). I want to use this stand since the official Hori one is backordered for 2 months, but I don't want the lack of ventilation to cause damage to my Switch.

u/sierraiola · 1 pointr/wacom

Ugh, I need a stand too. I am currently using a bowl with towels on it. I have this beautiful product propped all willy-nilly because it didn't come with a stand.

I love Wacom, but every once in a while I get really frustrated with how they roll things out.

EDIT: I just bought this because I got so irritated. Supply and demand, Wacom- supply and demand.

u/Doritalos · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Actually no, the grip has a hollow design. Its OK, but for the switch I had to get a small piece of velcro, it would fall off if I hit a big bump. I have no problems with it falling on the velcro, although I took a big piece and it messed with the back. Start small first. EDIT: the claw extends out to accommodate bigger devices. https://www.amazon.com/iKross-Headrest-Degrees-Rotation-7-10-2-Inch/dp/B00HFNH8JQ