iPad Choosing the right iPad stand for my desk

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by Fantoni, Jul 21, 2013.

  1. Fantoni macrumors member

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    Hi, I'm looking for a desk stand for my iPad 3. The features I most value are multiple angles and steadiness. In particular the iPad should not to wobble under heavy typing.

    After some research, I've found the following candidates:

    1. Rain Design iSlider
    2. iKlip Studio
    3. Belkin Flipblade Adjust

    Please, help me choose!

    Thanks
    Fantoni
     
  2. astoxos macrumors regular

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    Belkin looks cool. I have the twelvesouth one and i am happy.
     
  3. alanrocks, Jul 22, 2013
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2013

    alanrocks macrumors regular

    alanrocks

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    Spiderpodium Tablet

    Hi Fantoni,

    Have you checked out the Spiderpodium Tablet by Breffo? It covers everything you mentioned and the price is very reasonable. I use mine with my iPad 2 but it works with almost every tablet device!

    www.breffo.com/pages/spiderpodium-tablet

    Hope this helped,

    Alan
     
  4. Fantoni thread starter macrumors member

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    Spiderpodium Tablet by Breffo is really interesting, thanks for the tip... Anyway it's a bit to time-consuming to use daily. I need a stand always ready on my desk; moreover I change the orientation of the tablet very frequently....

    Anyone has a direct experience with the three stands I've mentioned above?
     
  5. bearda macrumors 6502

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    For stability this thing really can't be beat:
    http://www.thoughtout.biz/products/Stabile_2.0.html

    I've been really happy with the one on my desk. It doesn't pivot (although I think they have a newer model that now does), but the grabbers positions so that it can hold equally well in landscape or portrait orientation. Absolutely no problems with stability, even with the wireless keyboard below.
     
  6. Fantoni thread starter macrumors member

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    According to many Amazon reviewers the Stabile 2.0 is a cheap remake of the original Stabile stand.
     
  7. Commy1 macrumors 6502a

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    If I had to choose between those 3 I'd take the Belkin
     

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