Most tablets do not contain kickstands. More pity they are amazing. But in view of this absence and obsession with thin cases, we have to do with kickstands and other tools to keep our tablets upright without holding them. Here is the best.
Although the iPad is the most popular table around, we've chosen designs that will work with most Android and Windows-powered tablets. The desk stand is best for those who need a standard handsfree display, the articulated option is for those who need a more flexible, precise position, the kitchen area provides a wall or cabinet mounting option, the mobile stand is for those who like to travel with their tablets and that The semi-permanent option is for people whose tablets are more or less always in viewing mode.
We also have a dark horse picking, especially for those with the latter generation of Amazon tablets. First, it's very cool.
Best Desktop Stand: Stouch iPad Pro Tablet Stand Stand ($ 34)
good basic: little more than an evolution of the document holder. This Stouch model expands in that idea with a robust grabber instead of a single tray that can rotate freely as a good display mode.
It's flexible enough to accommodate even the largest iPad Pro model and looks good thanks to an aluminum design that fits well with Apple hardware. The head contains a hinge to adjust the viewing angle and a nice wide base to keep it stable. It's a bit pricier than similar patterns, but the extra few dollars are worth it.
Best Articulated Stand: Suptek Long Arm ($ 24)
If you use your tablet stand on a disk or desktop, you need a little more range. This Suptek tripod contains two articulated arms and cable ducts built into the base and bottom body, with both arm segments rotating 360 degrees, and the tablet tray itself switches from portrait to landscape.
This can range from a large phone to an oversized tablet. The flat design is ideal for most users, but if you are looking for semi-permanent, there is also a desktop clip mount option.
Best Kitchen Stand: iKross 2-i-1 ($ 33)  ipad stand, tablet stand, ipad mount, wall mount, cabinet mount, kitchen, "width =" 1001 "height =" 1001 "src =" / pagespeed_static / 1.JiBnMqyl6S.gif "onload =" pagespeed.lazyLoadImages.loadIfVisibleAndMaybeBeacon (this); "onerror =" this.onerror = null; pagespeed.lazyLoadImages.loadIfVisibleAndMaybeBeacon (this); "/>
Chefs love using prescription tablets and other fast cooking, but having them to record expensive disk space is less than ideal. This iKross mode solves this problem: In addition to a standard viewing mode, it comes with a bracket for placing the legs on the stand in a bracket on either a vertical wall or under a storage cabinet.
It will keep the tablet's front and center and away from all your pots and pans. (Note that, as far as I know, the tripod or mountain is dishwasher safe.) If you have multiple stains you want to mount your sour fplatta, there are also additional mounting plates.
Best Mobile Stand: Anker Multi-Angle ($ 10)
This practical little kickstand from Anker folds flat and fits easily into a bag or a big pocket. It is ideal for aircraft seats, hotel table beds, or wherever you want to plug in your tablet for easy reading or video surveillance.
It is also surprisingly flexible: while there is only one point of articulation, the kickstand can be folded almost flat without tipping over even the heaviest tablet models hold.
Best Half Permanent Option: Lynktec 360 Grip ($ 40)
If you use your tablet as a handsfree display more or less all the time and rarely takes it out of your home or office, you can consider this alternative standup. Lynktec 360 Grip Stand uses a non-sticky sticky pad to place a semi-stable kickstand on the back of a flat tablet.
In addition to holding on almost all angles and working on a flat-backed tablet, rotates for portrait or lying position, folds flat and contains some practical slots for easy grip. If you ever decide that you do not need it anymore, it can be removed without leaving any leftovers.
Honorable Name: Amazon Show Mode Docks ($ 40-55)
The Cheap Kindle Fire Tablets are A hit from Amazon, like the Echo family of smart speakers. So what if you can turn your Kindle Fire into an ecoshow? You can, with this first-party combination stand / wireless charger. Install the case on the tablet for either the 8-inch or 10-inch Kindle Fire tablet, place it on the stand, and it will make the tablet a voice-enabled Echo Show smart speaker.
The case doubles as a wireless charging cradle. When you take it off, your Kindle Fire is again, a Kindle Fire again. This is a great way to extend the functionality of your Amazon tool, especially if you have already invested in some smart home hardware.