Need a stand of some kind? Just Mobile is a name you often hear when it comes to stands made out of aluminum and clever design. The company has several options to choose from and its latest includes the AluCup, a compact multi-purpose desktop stand that looks like a fine cup holder but really isn't one. Just Mobile announced the AluCup along with several new products at CES 2013, and now we've got our hands on one of these helpful desk accessories which we have put to the test using all kinds of gadgets. Catch our full review down below!Read More
Incipio's one and only, Fixie, is a stand that caters not only to the king of tablets, but it also takes care of the little guys too. The Fixie is a multi-angle universal tablet stand that's designed not to become obsolete in the event of the release of a newer, more exciting tablet with different proportions. It might not be our first choice for a go-to portable tablet stand, but as far as the name goes the Fixie can fix your aching weak hands for a hands-free viewing pleasure. Tablet stands aren't on short supply, and you might end up liking what the Fixie has to offer after the cut!Read More
When I first saw the Stump Stand, I'm not going to lie, I wasn't that impressed. It was a yellow rubber block that looked comical at best. I just could not take it seriously. Well, first impressions are not everything, and usually I am wrong about them! There are a ton of other slick and classy looking stands and holders for your iPad and tablet devices out there on the market today, but this little guy took my heart. I was pretty surprised and you will be too, after the break!
The Japanese sure do love their curves. Moku is a Japanese company that specialises in modern woodcrafting. Bending wood into curvy shapes is what Moku does best. Moku's Desktop Chair will make you think twice about going with the industrial aluminum machined stands that are so readily available and well, are so cold and lifeless to be honest. The Desktop Chair is much more versatile than other stands whilst keeping things simple and as minimal as a piece of white paper. There's more than meets the eye to this compact wood stand though, so jump over the hedge for the full review!Read More
Ark likes to make enormous cases for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S that are evidently self standing as a result of their massive mass. We're not just talking about bulkiness, we're talking sheer humongousness. Today we've got what might be the biggest, baddest most bulky bumper case for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S we've ever seen and reviewed. Ark's first iPhone 4 case the Arkhippo 1 had a distinctive old school look and absolutely no cutouts for any of the iPhone's buttons and ports. Ark spent a lot of time improving on its first case and came up with the Arkhippo 2 bumper case. Jump past the break as we explore this rare behemoth!
Just Mobile keeps the tradition of creating some of the most innovative products that just seem to work as intended. Last time we reviewed Just Mobile's Encore aluminum stand for the iPad and iPad 2, this time we've got yet another aluminum stand to show and review for all you iPad users that I personally think you're going to love. It's the Slide aluminum stand for the iPad and iPad 2 from Just Mobile. Unlike the Encore stand, the Slide is different in everyway, however, it's still a full featured stand in every sense of the word. If portability is key for you, you may really want to jump after the break for the full review of the Slide!
Folios are a dime a dozen these days, and when it comes time to search for that perfect folio case for your iPad 2, you want to make sure you choose the best one available. SwitchEasy has long been in the case business and strictly makes cases for Apple mobile products such as the iPad. Like many of you, I've been a big fan of SwitchEasy's cases for a few good years now and I've loved almost every single case that has come out. Our good friends over at SwitchEasy have sent over the Canvas, the latest and greatest folio case in black for the iPad 2. The Canvas for the iPad 2 has come a long way since it was introduced for the first gen iPad. Will the new and improved Canvas folio be worthy of your iPad 2? That and much more in the full review right after the jump!