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We prop our electronic devices up on 1byOne’s multi-angle portable stand

Looking for a new stand to prop your tablet on? We got a chance to review 1byOne’s multi-angle stand. Check out our full review here.

If you are anything like me, you probably spend a majority of your day sitting at a desk while trying to make the most out of  the entertainment your phone can provide. However, what happens when you want to watch a movie or simply have your tablet in a ready position? Well, I try to prop my devices up against a phone or monitor usually having them fall down several times. We decided try out 1byOne’s 1byOne Multi-angle Portable Stand and see if this would help my predicament.

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Short answer, yes.

Long answer? I’ve used a few different types of stands in my attempt to find a permanent solution to keeping my devices up and looking nice. This stand, unlike many of the cheaper ones I have used, is made up of aluminum. This gives it a lot of additional weight and a certain sturdiness that you won’t find in a cheap plastic stand. On top of that there is a soft rubber pad on the bottom that stops the stand from moving at all. This is a very nice touch overall. The stand also swivels at the bottom, this means that you don’t have to keep sliding it around if you change viewing angles.

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If there was anything to nitpick about on this, it would simply be that moving the arm that actually hold your devices actually takes a bit of effort. I don’t want my devices falling off the back of this, so I am OK with this but I was initially worried I was going to break it when I was trying to force it into a position that works the best for me. It loosens up after working it a bit but it’s actually hard to even think of this as a realistic bad thing.

If you are looking for a permanent solution for something to hold your devices when you are at your desk, take a look at 1byOne’s Multi-angle Portable Stand, it doesn’t disappoint. 

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The Good
It's metal and sturdy as all hell
The Bad
The folding arm is a little stiff
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