iKlip Xpand Stand is a new tabletop holder that raises your iPad above the desktop, positioning it for perfect access while using keyboards, mixers, controllers and other equipment. This universal model is compatible with all sizes of iPad and all Android Tablets too. Any device that has a screen size between 7" and 12.1" will be compatible with this new iKlip, so whether you have a iPad Mini, an iPad Air or Android tablet, you will be able to comfortably get your screen where you need it most.
Tower over your Gear
iKlip Xpand Stand is a tabletop holder that puts your device right where you need it. iKlip Stand elevates your tablet, making room for keyboards and other equipment below. It also provides a more comfortable and ergonomic workspace when using your tablet at a desk. Originally developed for musicians to place their devices above music keyboards, mixers, or other studio devices, iKlip Stand also offers a wide range of applications for office, home and school.
In your Face
Designed for ideal weight balance and constructed from rugged thermoplastic material, iKlip Stand provides a secure and flexible perch. Two independent articulation points allow you to adjust both height and viewing angle, in either portrait or landscape mode with a simple turn of the hand, putting your tablet right in the center of your attention.
The iKlip Xpand naturally promotes good posture while composing, playing or working by allowing you to dial in the perfect alignment and positioning for your task. This helps eliminate fatigue and strain while working, making you more productive for longer periods of time. Good posture = more production = fame and fortune. It's that simple.
- Desktop riser stand that adjusts to fit iPad, iPad mini and other 7” to 12.1” tablets
- Sturdy and robust thermoplastic design with metal-reinforced base
- Includes tabletop clamp
- Tall enough to fit a keyboard, mixer or other device underneath it
- Two independent articulations for maximum flexibility
- Adjustable viewing angle
- Orientation can be easily switched from portrait to landscape