The miFrame iPad stand doubles as a picture frame—or maybe the other way around.
There are a number of new speaker systems in this week's roundup of iOS accessories, along with new options for charging your iPad and using it into the kitchen.
Just Mobile's UpStand isn't inexpensive, but it's attractive, functional, and lightweight. The stand works well for viewing your iPad in landscape or portrait orientation, though thanks to its single viewing angle and raised position, you'll need an external keyboard if you plan on doing even a moderate amount of typing.
The FlexStand for iPad is a lightweight and flexible iPad stand that holds your tablet snugly but is easy to manipulate. If you don't use an iPad case, or if you don't mind removing it to use the stand, the FlexStand is a versatile, well-designed, and inexpensive product.
The @Rest for iPad is a versatile, heavy-duty stand for the iPad and iPad 2. It's not designed to be portable, but as a desktop stand that's rugged enough for a commercial environment and decorative enough for your home, it can serve a multitude of purposes.
For using an external keyboard with your iPad on your desk or at a counter, the KiiPad stands out for its solid-steel construction, super-stable cradle, and stow-the-keyboard design. Provided you aren't bothered by its low-to-the-desk viewing position, it's a nice option for those who frequently use an external keyboard with an iPad.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories lets you take to the air, keep your hands warm, and make sure your iPhone, iPad, and iPod have all the power they need.
Stop. Look. Listen. This week's roundup of iOS accessories allows you to do all those things and more. Here are some of the accessories that have popped up on our radar recently.
One of the most popular places to use the iPad is on your lap. We took a look at a number of accessories aimed at making this lap time more comfortable for both you and your iPad.
Perhaps more than any other Apple i-device, the iPad cries out for some sort of stand. Whether you're viewing video and photos hands-free, typing the next great American novella, or just keeping your iPad secure when charging and syncing, a stand is a useful add-on. We've added to our collection of stand reviews by taking a look at the Bweasel, the Fellowes Study Stand, Joby's GorillaMobile Ori, Rain Design's iRest, Tango's Vue-console, and Ultra Impact's iPad Stand.