Lamicall Gooseneck Tablet Holder, Universal Tablet Stand - 360 Flexible Lazy Arm Holder Clamp Mount Bracket Bed for 4.7~13" iPad Air Pro mini, Samsung Tab, iPhone, Switch, more Devices - Gray
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Let’s start with the design of this iPad arm. The first thing you notice is the premium quality and the heavy-duty nature. They use a combination of aluminum for the arms and stainless steel for each axis. It’s also a very simple yet elegant design that matches the Apple aesthetic. The install was extremely easy and self-explanatory. Once it’s set up and mounted onto the desk, just slap your iPad onto the magnetic plate, and you are all set. As much as I want to integrate iPads into my daily work and leisure time, they’re so easily sidelined, thanks to the comfort of macOS on my M1 MacBook Air, and the ease with which you can do everything on an iPhone these days. There’s just one issue – the magnets aren’t as strong as the other stands on this list. And that’s rather unnerving if you’re an iPad Pro 12.9″ owner. Those were the words of CharJenPro’s co-founder, Charlie Yoo, when I confirmed that I’d be featuring his magnetic iPad stand in this review.
The X36 stand gives you basically an infinity amount of heights, viewing angles, and depth adjustability. I can have it all the way above the monitor, I can pull it close to me and towards the desk to have a drawing surface, and it even tilts so I can have it flanking me when I am doing something on the main monitor. The length of the arm is perfect as well; I am using a desk that is 30in deep, and it can extend all the way to the end very comfortably. Ease of use Size: This mostly depends on what you want to do with your tablet while on the stand. Do you want to use it for entertainment, education, as a POS system, or for work? A big tablet mount might be better for the first two options, but you can use smaller ones for the latter two.This stand also comes with a stylus, so you can control your iPad without touching it or shaking it. It’s compatible with most 7-13 inch tablets and has port access, so you can charge your laptop while it’s in use. Key Features
The iPad is a brilliant device, whether you’re using it to consume or create. But it has always played a rather odd role in my life. The iBeani Tablet Holder is something quite different from other tablet stands we have tested. It’s a small bean bag, available in a dazzlingly wide range of colors and patterns (over 21), that is altogether less metallic and angular than the rest.Most iPads are supported (bar the iPad mini) and there’s a useful slot for your Apple Pencil, too. The case is microfibre-lined, scratch-resistant, and relatively lightweight, but it inevitably adds some bulk to your iPad. The Infinity stand is the cheapest option on this list, but that doesn’t mean you’ll have to sacrifice build quality if you opt for it. Just like every Benks product I’ve tested, the Infinity is built like a tank. The hinge is stiff (possibly a little too stiff) and the magnets confidently take a hold of your iPad. Both of these features are brilliant methods for integrating the iPad into your daily work, but they’re rather incomplete without something to place your iPad on – hence the need for some form of stand. However, don’t despair, because Magfit has thought of you, too. Enter the ‘Liquid Silicone’ case, which is designed to both protect your iPad and give it the magnets required for stand compatibility (note – the case isn’t in the image below). It’s double-hinged, too (although the pre-release version I was sent didn’t have the base hinge), which means you have the option of lowering the iPad to the table if you want a super low-profile angle or folding it flat for easy transportation. Portrait and landscape orientation are also available via the 360-degree adjustable mount.