The 10 Best Tablet Floor Stands

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This wiki has been updated 13 times since it was first published in February of 2017. Though they are not especially heavy these days, sometimes holding up your tablet can be inconvenient, not to mention tiring. These floor stands give you hands-free access perfect for watching videos, reading eBooks, skimming social sites, following recipes, or simply surfing the web. They allow for a range of placement options, so you can always find the most comfortable position for your needs. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best tablet floor stand on Amazon.

10. Loctek X9

9. IeGeek Extensible

8. iDée ICFTS01W

7. Suptek 17

6. Pyle PSPADLK55

5. Mount-It MI-3765

4. Levo G2

3. Mount-It! Kiosk

2. CTA Digital PAD-AFS

1. Levo Deluxe 33768

Editor's Notes

March 27, 2019:

If you thought tablets were convenient devices before, wait until you get a load of these floor stands that make using them even more hassle-free. Rather than having to hold your gadget the entire time you use it, these items do all the work for you. We've found a variety of styles to suit every use too. If you need something to use as a display stand for a public location, the Mount-It! Kiosk and Pyle PSPADLK55 are you best options. They can both be bolted to the floor and keep a tablet safely secured to prevent theft. The former even features a pamphlet holder. The Levo Deluxe 33768 is an elegant option that is ideal for large, single-story homes, as it features casters that allow you to easily roll it around for use in every room. The Levo G2 was also smartly designed with a low-profile, V-shaped base that wraps around or slides under furniture, so you can get your device as close as possible. Those on a tight budget would do well to take a look at the CTA Digital PAD-AFS, which is extremely affordable, while those who need something to travel with should consider the lightweight IeGeek Extensible. If you find you often use your tablet in the bathroom, you'll probably appreciate the Loctek X9, which actually has a toilet paper roll holder.

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Last updated on March 30, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

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