Most people treat their iPads like the device is one of their children. Unfortunately, unlike said children, the tablet will never learn to stand on its own. You’ll want to get something to prop that sucker up to easily view Netflix movies and Hulu television shows.
Bracketron’s iTilt does a stand-up job of handling this situation. Pun likely intended.
The iTilt has a slender plastic body that can easily be folded into a small, simple-to-carry object.
A piece in the middle folds out and serves as the force in holding the tablet into place. A single metal piece hangs down and can be clipped into one of the eight available viewing angle slots. The stand supports both portrait and landscape modes.
I was very pleased with how sturdy Bracketron’s invention can be. The bottom features two nonslip patches that prevent movement. We don’t want our precious to fall on the floor, do we?
The iTilt does exactly what it claims, but the $19.99 price tag is a bit of a turnoff.
The eight different viewing angles might be a bit overkill. However, it’s always better to have options and at least four of the angles are different enough to be worthwhile.
Simply put, one must decide how much functionality one wants out of a tablet stand. If you are content with something simple that offers limited options, then I’d recommend looking for a cheaper alternative. If a sturdy, well-built stand with multiple viewing angles is what you seek, it’s hard to beat Bracketron’s iTilt.