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iPad Floor Stands - Tall Adjustable iPad Holders and Brackets

Updated on September 1, 2014

If you are looking for the most versatile form of iPad holder then look no further than the range of adjustable iPad floor stands on the market today. These are used for everything from a sheet music display for musicians, to a portable teleprompter for delivering speeches and lectures, to a handfree eBook reader in bed to a portable movie viewer to go hands free whilst laying on your back on the couch. A floor stand for iPad 2 or original iPad tablet opens up a wide range of additional uses for the device making it the ideal companion piece for any lover of Apple's top selling tablet.

As any iPad owner knows, that slim, 'lightweight' tablet doesn't feel all that light after you've been holding it up in your hands for even a few minutes. Finding the right viewing angle whilst seated, laying down or standing up working can also be something of an annoyance and many of the adjustable stands on the market today take up a lot of desk space or need to be mounted someplace like a metal rail or edge of a table which makes their positioning equally limited.

iPad floor display stands are a completely multifunctional alternative to all of these other docks and holders, providing their users with an all-in-one solution for just about anywhere they would want to mount and use their iPad hands free.

An adjustable free standing iPad stand doesn't need a mounting point. Instead, any level floor surface where you can rest the base of the stand is all you need and then you adjust and swivel the stand and the docking cradle around to provide yourself with the perfect height and level of tilt whether sitting, standing, laying flat on your back or standing on your head (!) you'll be able to adjust a floor stand for iPad tablets to suit your needs.


Which Are The Best iPad Floor Stands?

Once you've decided you really, REALLY want an adjustable tall iPad stand then the task becomes finding the best one to suit your requirements. You'd think it would be a simple task but there are some thing you want to look out for to ensure you are buying something which is going to revolutionize the way you use your iPad and not become more of a clunky inconvenience which ultimately ends up in disappointment.

If you are looking for the best floor stand for iPad tablets then look no further than the SwingHolder Floor Stand which is compatible with the original iPad and Apple iPad 2 tablet. It's not cheap but its quality is second to none.

For something in the more affordable range, the TaoTronics TT-HS01 Full-Motion Rotatable floor standing holder for iPad and other tablets comes in at under $100 dollars.

More on these two stands and other models below.

Stand For Stuff Swing Holder Universal Floor Stand for Tablets and E-Readers (SFS-FSU-A-)
Stand For Stuff Swing Holder Universal Floor Stand for Tablets and E-Readers (SFS-FSU-A-)

The adjustable Swingholder ipad holding stand will hold your iPad at a comfortable viewing height for hours on end. It's adjustable arms won't get tired and the swing boom style arm can be adjusted to infinite angles for comfortable use wherever you are.

The Swingholder is made in the USA from recycled plastic and steel and offers a very stable mounting stand for you device. This isn't going to get knocked over easily which is something worth considering when you are mounting a $600+ tablet computer onto it.

iPad caddy has cushioned rubberized grips to firmly hold your tablet in place without scuffing and scratching at as other more rigid cases which clamp onto the device can do. It also features a raised outer rim to protect against bumps and dings. This cradle leaves all the important buttons and access points open and ready to use. The volume control, on/off switch, front and rear facing camera, headphone jack and charging port and are left unobstructed so you can access them all without having to remove the iPad from the stand. You can also use this as a floor standing iPad dock as there is an inbuilt charging cable which runs through the stand and the boom arm.

The Swingholder floor standing iPad holder can be adjusted to infinite angles and will display in both landscape and portait modes. It is compatible with both iPad 1, 2, 3 and newer generation models.


Swingholder iPad Floor Stand Review

See The Levo Book and iPad Holder Floor Stand

See The TT-HS01 Rotating Floor Stand In Action

© 2014 Mark Falco

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