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This Compact Tube is Actually a Super Strong Stand Up Stand for Laptop, Tablet and More

You know how sci-fi movies often show things like a small device, expanding into a bigger object at a touch of a button? Well, the 3-in-1 Stand Up Stand in a Tube by Cool Invent is not that, but let me assure you that it is the closest you will get to that for now. When packed, this multipurpose stand takes on a form of an aerospace-grade anodized aluminum tube which can be easily slipped into your purse, laptop bag, or backpack and be ready for use whenever you go. Foldable and so-called portable stands are in abundance, but the 3-in-1 Stand Up Stand in a Tube really takes the cake, not just because it is uber portable, but it is highly versatile, allowing it to be configured as a stand for standup, sitting, or typing mode. Continue reading This Compact Tube is Actually a Super Strong Stand Up Stand for Laptop, Tablet and More

These Unique Tablet Stands Are Fashioned Out of Century Old Railroad Track

If you’re the type who love to stand out with the products and accessories you use, then we’re very sure these tablet stands made from reclaimed railroad tracks will be of an interest to you. Handcrafted by Nashville-based Rail Yard Studios and presented by accessory maker Griffin, these tablet stands are made from actual rail stock installed on the original Louisville and Nashville Railroad between 1906 and 1908. And so yes, you’re looking at a century old or more rugged steel, repurposed for today’s gadgets. Each stands not only provides a unique resting place for your favorite slate, but also lets you own a piece of the rich history of the original superhighway, the railroad. Now, not many people can say they own a piece of a century old rail, can they? Which is what makes these accessories so irrationally attractive to us. Continue reading These Unique Tablet Stands Are Fashioned Out of Century Old Railroad Track

Evernote Extends Its Desk Accessories Collection with These Stands for Tablets, Laptops and Monitors

We are not sure why Evernote has decided to venture into marketing products, but it sure looks like they are swiftly increasing its portfolio since the launch of Evernote Market about a year ago. the latest to join the Pfeiffer Collection desktop accessories announced this past summer is the minimalistic, sleek plywood-molded stand called Bent Ply Platform. available to prop up or elevate your tablet, laptop and even desktop monitor, furniture designer Pfeiffer’s creation is said to be inspired by the design work of Charles and Ray Eames. Continue reading Evernote Extends Its Desk Accessories Collection with These Stands for Tablets, Laptops and Monitors

VERSI Docker Stand For Smartphone and Tablet

these days, most people have at least two mobile gadgets, a smartphone and a tablet, and for the tech savvy folks, changing makes is a common affair which makes getting a stand a daunting task. i am sure no one wants to be purchasing an expensive stand that gets ‘obsolete’ whenever they switched brands. the VERSI Docker Stand For Smartphone and Tablet solves all the aforementioned issues. first, it can accommodate both an iPhone and an iPad with ease, and second, it is not restricted to just Apple’s small devices – as long the two devices, i.e. a smartphone and a tablet, fits within its holder’s width. Continue reading VERSI Docker Stand For Smartphone and Tablet

COBURNS Minimalist iPad Stand

we have seen our fair share of iPad stands, but the COBURNS Minimalist iPad Stand here really win hands down in terms of beauty and simplicity, and the result from the still ongoing Kickstarter campaign pretty much says it all. it may look like those cheap plastic items, but we assure you that it is not. the COBURNS is in a league of its own. crafted from natural hardwood, each set of COBURNS features magnets embedded within them to keep the two pieces together when not in use. each piece has a cutout designed to fit your iPad, which can be adjusted anywhere along your device to vary the viewing angle. depending how you want your iPad to be propped up, you can choose to use one or both pieces, and when you are done, just snap the two back together and the ‘cutout’ forms a neat opening which the include felt loop can be attached to, turning your COBURNS into a keychain. Continue reading COBURNS Minimalist iPad Stand

Flux Flap iPad Case

sudden collapsing of a propped up iPad is part and parcel of our iPad case usage life, but that don’t necessary have to be the case (pardon us for the pun, we just can’t help it) because there’s the Flux Flap iPad Case, a case which its creator boldly claim as the most flexible iPad case ever. you see, most cases out there that touts stand capability only offer two or three viewing angles and honestly, more than often can’t really hold their ground. with the Flux Flap iPad Case, it has rare earth magnets incorporated into a patent-pending magnetic track known as PositionPlus technology and it is this track where magic that other iPad case can’t do happens. Continue reading Flux Flap iPad Case

TwoHands II iPad Stand by Felix

need a hand to prop up your iPad? if minimalistic design is your cuppa, then look no further than the TwoHands II iPad Stand by Felix. looking like a cross between a pair of tong and a pair of hands, this aluminum and polished plastic construction stand works by the way of spring force to clasp your iPad securely and offers a variety of viewing angles, adjustable on-the-fly to your comfort level. it works across all generations of iPad, eReaders, as well as most tablets of size no bigger than 10.5″ wide and 3/8″ thick. all without case, naturally. the only point of contact of this uber minimalistic stand features a silicone anti-slip base to prevent slippage, while the soft-touch grip on the ‘hands’ ensure the tablet will stay where they are being held. Continue reading TwoHands II iPad Stand by Felix

OPUS Universal Device Stand with Sound Amplifier

we must have seen tons of stands for iOS and Android devices, and dozens of them dealing in natural amplification, but hardly any that can actually claim as one-size fits all and by all, we do mean nearly all devices – ranging from smartphones to tablets. this is where the OPUS Universal Device Stand with Sound Amplifier shines. first off, we are most certainly impressed by the accessory when not in use: they kind of looks like the yin-yang thing where two halves come together by the force of magnet, making it one handy ball-like form for easy storage and transportation. when ready to use, just pull the black and white stand apart, mount them on each end of your device and your device is all set for video chat, surfing the net, or watching movies. the stand is design to provide optimal viewing angle and doubles as a natural amplification for your device. one side offers natural amplification of your device’s speaker, while working in conjunction with the other half to prop up the device. Continue reading OPUS Universal Device Stand with Sound Amplifier

Victorinox Knife Block with Tablet Stand

the official name for the Victorinox Knife Block with Tablet Stand is actually Cutlery Block 360° Rotating, which we thought don’t quite do the product justice. not that it can do a lot apart from keeping those sharp cutlery safe and tidy, but it does incorporate a nifty ledge on the otherwise unused side of the block for placing your cookbook, or for the 21st century, gadget-loving chef, a tablet such as an iPad. a seemingly unimportant detail, but for the technologically-reliance chef, this might meant a big thing. well, at least, with the Victorinox Knife Block with Tablet Stand you can dispense with a separate stand for your tablet, thereby minimizing the clutter in the kitchen. though we would hardly recommend this, or any stand for that matter, if you are going to whip up some traditional Chinese cuisine which can be rather oily-messy – unless you are toting a made for kitchen QOOD tablet or have one that’s wrapped like the ChefPad. Continue reading Victorinox Knife Block with Tablet Stand

Venus of Cupertino iPad Docking Station

if your love for arts is as strong as your love for technology, then we thought the Venus of Cupertino iPad Docking Station might be of an interest to you. instead of the usual docking station, the Venus of Cupertino offers you a lady of curvaceous form (read: plus size) that will dutifully hold on to any second, third, or fourth generation iPad. the dock itself appears to be just another art sculpture, until an iPad docks to it, transforming it into a whole new sculpture that marries art and technology. created by one Scott Eaton, the Venus is hand-cast in museum-quality resin and has a standard 30-pin USB cable integrated onto the Venus’s abdomen for syncing and charging. Continue reading Venus of Cupertino iPad Docking Station