Posts Tagged 'stand'

PanoPal Smartphone Stand: Take Perfect Panoramas Every Single Time

Taking panoramic photos using only your own hands can be problematic, as it’s tricky to keep steady and to turn around at just the right speed. That’s why RadiantModo Studio decided to make an accessory that will allow you to take perfect panoramas every single time.

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Restoration Hardware’s Gramophone for iPad and iPhone: Retro Your iDevices

I love speakers, but I have to say that I’m impressed by some of the acoustic amplifiers that have been made for iPhones and iPads over the years. They certainly do amplify the sound, and it’s always surprising how loud the resulting sound can be. Check out this gramophone acoustic speaker, which will be a perfect contrast to your shiny new iDevice.

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Bluelounge Mika Universal Stand: One Stand to Rule All Stands

Once you start accumulating multiple mobile gadgets, it’s probably time to get a decent stand for those times when you don’t want to hold your devices in your hand or on your lap. However, it makes no sense to have a stand for each of your mobile devices. That’s one of the reasons why this stand is really interesting, because it will cut down on the clutter on your desk, and save you the expense of multiple device-specific stands.

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Twelve South Surface Pad iPhone Case: Sticks to Your Phone, No Joke!

iPhone cases are necessary in order to ensure that your precious iPhone doesn’t all scratched up. I’ve had a couple of friends who weren’t using any cases end up with a completely scratched up iPhone. While Twelve South’s earlier BookBook case had an interesting look to it – it was a bit thick for practical use. This new iPhone case from Twelve South is called the Surface Pad, and it’s much thinner than the BookBook case.

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A Very Affordable DIY IKEA Ribba Tablet Stand — IKEA Hackers

011513_rg_RibbaTabletStand_01.jpgOne of the reasons I’m a bit wary of buying dedicated stands for my tablet and smartphone is that technology seems to evolve quite quickly, and there’s no telling when your devices will no longer fit in them. Hacking one seems like a sensible option, since it’s low cost, you get to customize the stand to your liking, and you can always modify it to fit a newer device.

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Vool Laptop Stand Looks Great, But You Could Buy a Laptop for That Price!

There are plenty of laptop stands out there, and all of them have their benefits and faults. There aren’t many that are perfect, and while this wooden one definitely looks like a nice one, but it has got one big problem: it costs as much as some low-spec laptops.

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OCDock Helps You Tidy Your Workstation OCD Style

Once you’ve got a MacBook, iMac, or any other nicely designed computer on your desktop, you end up wanting accessories that match the overall design aesthetic. That’s definitely the case for me, and I have to say that this OCDock is a nice way to prop up an iPhone when you are working on your iMac or ACD.

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SGP Kuel S10 Mobile Stand Makes Your iPhone Look Like a Shrunken ACD

It goes without saying that once you get a Mac on your desk, you want to try and match its cool aesthetics anyway you can, from removable hard drives to stands for your other iDevices. Check out this cool-looking iPhone stand that makes your iPhone look like a miniaturized Apple Cinema Display.

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Twelvesouth HiRise for iMac & Cinema Display: Put Them at Eye-Level, Stylishly

It’s been said that any computer monitor should be situated at about eye-level for optimal ergonomics. That being said, most monitors needs a bit of extra lift to make them work at that height. Twelvesouth’s HiRise for iMac elevates your computer just to the right height.

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AluRack Lets You Stash Stuff Behind Your iMac or Cinema Display

There are quite a few people using laptops as their main machines these days. Though I still use a desktop PC for a lot of my computing tasks, I have set up a MacBook Pro 17 as an ancillary workstation with an external screen. Monitors tend to be quite large, and finding the optimal placement for your laptop can be problematic. I like this solution because it actually hides your laptop behind your monitor.

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