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September 27, 2020

Tablet Tripod Stand Review

Are your kids doing virtual or homeschooling during the pandemic? We decided for at least the first 9 weeks that Violet and Quentin would be at home doing virtual school. They both started at the table face to face with their computers, but we quickly realized their live lessons were interfering with each other. Violet decided to migrate to another room for her live lessons. A few days later I looked over and she had her iPad propped up doing her live lesson with her computer open looking at the assignment and following along with the teacher. She told me that it was much easier to do it this way and asked me how she could get her iPad higher up so she didn't have to look down at her teacher. I told her she could use a tripod and she looked puzzled. I was given the opportunity to review a Tablet Tripod Stand and I thought it was perfect time to show her what a tripod is, and how it would help her to raise her iPad to the level she needed to watch her live lessons. 

The Tablet Tripod Stand easily rotates 360 degrees and it also adjusts up and down at 90 degrees, and it can also be easily changed from a portrait position to a landscape position.  The height adjustment for this stand is 21.5" to 57.6" so you can adjust it to the size of your needs. The bottom of the tripod has a rubber padding to help keep it more stable.  It is also light weight, compact, and it is easy to collapse. The handle rotates down while the legs contract then every part can fold. It also comes with a bag which makes it easy to carry and it's portable so you can take it with you it takes up little space when it's collapsed. 

It fits an iPad Pro 12.9", an iPad Air 10.5", an iPad Pro 11", an iPad 9.7", a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1", a Google Nexus 10/11, a Lenovo Miix, and more 9.5-14.5 inch tablet devices. 
* Note that if you are using an iPad protective case you will want to make sure that the size is between  9.5-14.5 inches after using the case. It also comes with a Bluetooth shutter as a gift (no app needed), so that you can take photos or start a video. 

We recommend the tripod tablet stand. Each of the clips that hold your tablet expand and open and close and work well.
 The tablet tripod stand is lightweight, simple to set up and take down. It expands easily allowing for positioning at almost at nearly any angel and the stand is slender and not bulky so it doesn't take up much space once it's set up. You will want to be mindful that the mount that holds the Tablet or iPad is in fact at the right angle because it slides on and locks at one side. Take note that the mount will fall off the stand if it is angled the way it slides on, so you'll want to be careful while setting everything up. Once you set everything up properly the stand and mount are stable and secure. It is made of quality materials and it is sturdy and the handy shutter for taking or starting a video is well made.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. We received the Tablet Tripod Stand mentioned above either for free or for a discounted price and have chosen to leave our honest and unbiased opinion for review purposes. The opinions expressed above are our own and any claims should be verified on the sponsors' site.  Regardless, we only recommend products or services that we personal use and believe will be good for our readers, subscribers, and followers. We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. 

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