Auton’s Dream Machine lets you keep a big screen TV in your bedroom without taking up any wall, floor, or cabinet space. The trick is that it stores the TV under your bed frame, then telescopes and lifts up at the foot of the bed for viewing.
The Apex’s upper level can hold a laptop or a tablet, while the lower level is for phones. It has a built-in cord organizer and its two hinges each have 10 adjustment levels. It folds down and has a carry case for portability.
Grovemade’s new and beautiful laminated wooden laptop stands. They have cork feet and an aluminum stop lined with leather. They work with up to 15″ laptops and come in walnut or maple veneer.
A smartly designed aluminum stand for iMacs and Apple Thunderbolt monitors, which includes front-facing USB ports, and audio jack and magnetic docking cradles to hold and charge a wide variety of smartphones or tablets.
A laptop stand with telescoping risers, letting you adjust its height between 1″ to 15″. It weighs just 3 lbs. but can carry laptops and other objects up to 20 lbs. It also has optional swappable trays designed to hold books and tablets.
A portable stand for tablets, smartphones, e-book readers and anything else that can stick on its reusable and washable adhesive panel. Its curved base and strap lets you use your thigh as a desk.
Made of patent-pending co-molded metal and plastic material, the InfiniteLoop tablet stand and the MiniLoop smartphone stand have both strength and flexibility, and thus unbelievable versatility.
The Oona is a cheap, simple but versatile smartphone stand. Stick it on a glass surface, on white boards, or even on your desk, with a variety of positions and angles for your needs.
Most laptop stands are bulky and hard to carry around. Not the AviiQ. It transforms into a plate about a quarter of an inch-thick when not in use, and easily folds out when needed.
Amazing how a tiny piece of plastic can extend the usefulness of a device. Made for the iPhone 4, the Glif serves as a tripod mount but can also be used to prop up the phone in several positions.
An elegantly designed and versatile stand for the iPad. The Compass’ easel mode is perfect for both landscape and portrait, while it’s acutely tilted mode is perfect for typing.
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