Grab a Smartphone Coaster for Your Android Phone

Where’s your Android phone at right now?  Chances are really good that your handset is just sitting there on the desk next to you or in your pocket while you read this from a computer or laptop. Why not do yourself a favor and pick up a Smartphone Coaster for the office?  The polished stainless-steel stands are sharp looking and have a minimalistic appeal which allows for them to complement environment.    

The stands only run $3.99 a piece and are well worth the money.  You know you secretly envy EVO 4G and Thunderbolt users because of their kickstand.  Well, drop a couple of box and get your own kickstand.  These have been around for a few months now, but now the manufacture has begun offering laser engraving!   Looking at the list of clients we see notable companies like MGM Grand,Ritz Carlton and the Mirage already buying and customizing these for clients and conference rooms.

The company who produces these stands, newPCgadgets, also offers tablet and laptop accessories so be sure to look around the site before completing your order!

Note that the laser engraving is only available in quantities of 100 or more, but the pricing is already discounted to as low as $3.49 each.

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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7 Comments

  1. Foreverpurple
    April 14, 19:29 Reply

    I have a Thunderbolt and am completely annoyed that you can’t use the kick stand while the phone is plugged in. Total design fail on an otherwise fabulous phone. I’m ordering one of these!

  2. Anonymous
    April 15, 14:35 Reply

    I actually cutout a stress-relieving ball that was lying around with scissors and it works out perfectly. Made a little ridge on the bottom and the phone is not going anywhere with the natural non-slip material inside the ball. All for free!

    Note : Made for landscape only though

  3. Elster Michael
    April 16, 16:51 Reply

    We put our logo on these and gave them out as promotional giveaways. Our customers LOVED them

  4. cj
    April 16, 17:43 Reply

    Actually, I read most of my rss blog feeds on my phone. Pass!

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