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Made from ceramic and American Walnut, Swich uses micro-suction caps to hold your phone in...

While we've seen many notable wireless charging innovations of late, sometimes a little elegance can be all it takes to stand out from the crowd. Slovenian-based Lutman Design has developed Swich, a functional wireless charging stand made from sustainable materials, with a stylish design inspired by crashing ocean waves.  Read More

i-Ox aims to allow users to comfortably use their phone in landscape with one hand

The design of smartphones, along with the shape of the human hand, makes portrait mode the preferred option in most cases. The i-OX grip is designed to provide a comfortable way to hold a phone while using it in various orientations.  Read More

A view of the docks on the Modus III workstation

Tablets, and the iPad specifically, can be used in plenty of different ways. While some users carry them around as a method of entertainment, many others are using the devices as productivity tools. Modus is looking to take that even further with the introduction of Modus III, a workstation designed to make the iPad feel more like a computer in terms of functionality.  Read More

When fully extended, The Roost lifts the top of a 13-inch MacBook Air screen to 19.25 inch...

It's no surprise to learn that prolonged use of a laptop is bad for your posture. The solution has long been to use a laptop stand, but many of stands don't provide adequate height, and when it comes time to hit the road, they tend to stay on the desk at home. The Roost is a new take on the laptop stand that aims to address these issues.  Read More

The Pocket Tripod in its folded-up state

The Pocket Tripod is an interesting new stand and tripod for iPhone users. Instead of being a bulky device that is hard to carry around, this one is able to fold up completely flat and fit inside of a wallet. Not only can it fold up into a tiny package, it can articulate into all kinds of positions, so it offers a lot of flexibility.  Read More

The FUMM is designed to be used anywhere

The FUMM offers a very interesting take on the basic goal of propping a smartphone in a useful position. Instead of being restricted to only certain devices or angles, its flexible arms and nano suction pads offer a level of versatility not often seen in similar products.  Read More

Using the iWorm with a tablet

Remember that iArm photo that swept around the Internet a while back? It featured an individual essentially wearing their tablet on their arm and looking at it in much the same way one would look at a wristwatch. Turns out, someone took that picture to heart, and is attempting to create a product with a similar function called the iWorm. However, instead of wearing the tablet on the user's arm, this one goes over the user's shoulders.  Read More

Some potential uses for the Monkey Kit

A new tablet stand called the Monkey Kit takes what users expect from a stand, which is obviously holding a tablet, and adds some creativity. Instead of being limited to just one position, the Monkey Kit is adaptable.  Read More

The ErgoArc is a laptop stand that allows people to use their computers while in bed

If the growing number of specialized stands is anything to go by, it seems that a lot of people like using portable computers in bed. iPad users can choose between the Manatee and the tablift, for instance, while laptop users can go with the Lounge-Tek or the Omax. Now, there’s another option for reclining laptop users – the ErgoArc.  Read More

The Manatee lets you use your iPad while in bed

For anyone who has ever had to hold an iPad in the air while using it in bed, you know how uncomfortable it can be on the arms. The device is not exactly the lightest thing in the world, and a comfortable way to use it in bed is something that's sorely missing. Even if you aren't holding it, finding a place to rest it while in bed is also not easy. The Manatee iPad stand is designed to be the solution to the problem.  Read More

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