Super Stump Tablet Stand Review:
The soft-sided stand for tablets provides easy viewing angles for any occasion.
Something that I’ve struggled with since I got my first iPad was using it in bed or on the couch. There just doesn’t seem to be any really comfortable position to prop it or yourself up to in order to use the iPad correctly. A lot of people experience the iPad/face problem – where you are laying flat in bed and holding your iPad above your face and suddenly your iPad and face become one. I’m not ashamed to admit that this has happened to me at least once or twice. The point I’m really trying to make is that I have yet to come across a stand for my iPad that fits the comfort of a bed – until now.
The Super Stump tablet stand is very pillow-like and is meant for people who like to relax while they are using their tablets. It’s ergonomically designed for comfortable use of your tablet and its made of soft foam. It’s lightweight at only 14 ounces.
There are actually three notches cut out of this stand for three different viewing angles. The first is a natural ramp position. This is ideal for most situations and what you mostly see with tablet stands. The second notch allows for the tablet to lay a bit flatter. This is great for when you are standing. It allows you to read things like recipes if you are in a kitchen. Now, the third viewing angle is rather genius in my opinion. If you use the top notch, you can view your tablet while laying down. This channel raises your tablet for a more comfortable viewing angle.
To be honest, when I first saw Super Stump I was a bit surprised. I had never seen a tablet stand made with foam and the sight of it resembles a Bumpo seat for infants. But, the more I played with it, the more I love the idea of it. A soft-sided tablet stand is a great concept and I love the design. This is an awesome product for homes with small children because you can leave it out and not worry about them hurting themselves on it. Plus, the Super Stump is durable and can get knocked around without any worry of getting damaged. I especially love the bright color choices – black, red, and sea glass.
One thing I do want to comment on is that the design allows for a thin form-factor case on your tablet, but nothing bulky. For example, I currently have my iPad Air 2 inside a folio-style case. You can use Super Stump with this type of case, but you can’t take advantage of all its viewing angels because the stand isn’t really designed to accommodate larger cases.
For around $40, you can have this wonderful, unique stand for your tablet. Relax with the Super Stump and your tablet. For more information, visit http://www.stumpstore.com/super-stump/.