Tablet stands were made in order to do one, obvious thing: keep us from using our hands all the time. After all, there's nothing worse than settling in for a movie before bed on your tablet, only to have it fall on you repeatedly because your wrist got tired. Fortunately, these tablet stands we've chosen will make that problem seem a thing of the past.
Foldable and light
UGreen Adjustable Tablet Stand
This stand is wide enough to accommodate most tablets, and has internal padding to keep your device from sliding off. It's also lightweight and foldable.
Stylish and trendy
Lamicall Adjustable Tablet Stand
The Lamicall tablet stand is easily adjustable, and even works for other devices like your phone. The base has anti-skid cushions to keep it in place.
Lamicall Gooseneck Tablet Stand
The Gooseneck stand is great for watching TV or movies, or even reading, with a flexible base and a clamp that lets you easily mount your tablet anywhere.
Portable and practical
AmazonBasics Adjustable Tablet Stand
The AmazonBasics stand has a non-skid base, and two vertical points that let you position your tablet at any angle. It also folds to be easily portable.
Height trumps all
CTA Digital Adjustable Tablet Floor Stand
The CTA Digital floor stand has adjustable height and works great as a music stand or media display, and the weighted base keeps it from falling over.
Comfortable and flexible
NBryte Bed Tablet Stand
The NBryte stand has flexible legs that can be folded down or twisted so you can comfortably use your tablet in bed. It works in landscape and portrait.
Which tablet stand should you get?
Tablets have all sorts of uses, ranging from watching YouTube videos and movies to playing music, keeping up to date on social media, and even getting work done. Stands can be helpful for some of those tasks more than others, and if you're looking for a multipurpose stand that works well for most scenarios, the UGREEN stand is simple, portable, and adaptable.
If you need a more flexible stand that lets you adjust to virtually any angle and mount your tablet onto anything, the Gooseneck Tablet Holder from Lamicall has a large clamp that can attach to just about any countertop or other surface. Lastly, a common use for tablets is in music performance, since large screens are great for displaying sheet music. With the CTA Digital Floor Stand, you can adjust the height of your tablet without having to worry about it toppling over thanks to the weighted base.