My friend Tony has been using the Lamicall adjustable foldable smartphone stand for a few days now and he wants to share a few of his opinions. If you’d want to see a more comprehensive version of this review, check out the attached video. He also has a YouTube channel called “TonyTechBytes” where he uploads high quality 4K technology review videos. Anyways, here are a few of his thoughts:
Pros: Lightweight Relatively inexpensive Decent packaging Compact since the stand is foldable and fits into most pockets Sturdy since it’s made of hard plastic and silicone-like material Great for watching movies and videos Great for students who need to view their phones handsfree Great for chefs who need to follow recipes and cook handsfree
Cons: Could’ve been made with metal like their other adjustable stands (but this would increase weight substantially) Isn’t completely flat when folded together (the part that supports the bottom of the phone juts out a little) No cable management holes in the back of the stand
This is a really good option for people who travel often since the stand is adjustable, foldable, and lightweight. It’s also less than $10 USD, so it’s a good option for a gift too. I would definitely recommend this phone stand to most people, but if you want a slightly sturdier option (that isn’t foldable) for your desk, then Lamicall’s metal adjustable phone stands are a better choice.