Best stands for iPad mini 5 iMore 2020
The iPad mini 5 is the first 7.9-inch iPad to support Apple Pencil. Because of this, you may want to consider purchasing a stand to get the most out of your tablet. The following stands get the job done and are available at various price points.
- Universal choice: AboveTEK Sleek Magnetic Tablet Stand
- Bamboo wood: AuroTrends Desktop Stand for iPad
- Multiple views: Anker Portable Multi-Angle Stand for Tablets
- Solid and lightweight: Pwr Stylish Tablet Holder
- Rugged selection: UGREEN Tablet Stand Holder
You don't need to spend a lot of money for an excellent tablet stand. Designed for both tablets and phones, the AboveTEK Sleek offers a swivel ball head so you can use your device in portrait and landscape mode. For added security, it features a sturdy and heavy-duty metal base.
Compatible with most smartphones and the iPad mini, this desktop stand from AuroTrends offers a minimalistic design that includes a smooth finish. It is made from 100 percent natural Bamboo wood.
Weighing just 3.6 ounces, the stand will hold up to 11 pounds. Featuring nine different viewing angles, you can use this product to watch videos, draw with your Apple Pencil, and more.
This durable and sturdy metal and plastic stand offers a 150-degree adjustable mount and 360-degree rotation clip. It works with all 4 to 11-inch smartphones, tablets, and other devices.
If you're looking for an inexpensive iPad stand, consider this one from UGREEN. Compatible with smartphones, tablets, and e-readers measuring between 4 and 11 inches, this stand is available in white and black. You can adjust its angle from 0 to 100 degrees.
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