Accessory of the Day: Arkon Travel Tablet Stand

Accessory of the Day: Arkon Travel Tablet Stand

If you’re like us then you like to take your tablet with you from place to place. Sometimes we keep our tablet on the desk, sometimes we take it to the nightstand. Occasionally, it finds its way to the kitchen while other times it comes with us on a road trip. If you’re like us then you’re bringing the Arkon tablet stand with you wherever you go.

Compact and very versatile, the Arkon Travel Tablet Stand works with any tablet. Regardless of whether it’s 7-inches or 12-inches, this guy can fold, adjust, pop, and lock its way into a good angle. Heck, we’ve used this on larger smartphones like the Galaxy Note line, too.

Like to tilt your tablet back for viewing movies or reading? Maybe you prefer to just set it upright so it’s ready to go at a moment’s notice. The Arkon is super light and features a soft underside cushion to keep from skidding or marking up surfaces. Backed by a two-year warranty, it’s one flexible piece of plastic!

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