Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2020
In my search for the perfect stand for my 10.2” iPad, I purchased 3 different brands of tablet stands (Lamicall, Kabcon, and Saiji). In this review, I will summarize the pros and cons of each stand.
Kabcon Tablet Stand: This stand is the largest and heaviest of the three stands (shown in the middle in pictures). This stand seems very well-built, but it is EXTREMELY difficult to open and move the holder even a small amount (the hinge is very tight, and the stand is not easy to adjust). The stand is very sturdy, and it is stable even on a bed. I can type or write with the Apple pencil on my iPad being held with this tablet stand without it moving or falling over. The stand allows your tablet to be viewed at an almost infinite number of angles. This stand is mostly made with metal (the “arms” are a metal-colored plastic). There are silicone rubber pads that protect your tablet (anywhere the tablet would rest on the stand). The biggest con about this stand is that the “tray” that holds the tablet is not deep enough to fit my 10.2” iPad in its case (a Zugu/Muse case). I have to remove my iPad from its case for this stand to hold it properly. Overall, this is my least favorite (and most expensive) tablet stand of the 3 I tried. I do not recommend this product.
Saiji Tablet Stand: This stand is the smallest and lightest of the three stands (shown on the left in pictures). This stand seems simplistic and basic, but it is well-made and holds my 10.2” iPad in its Zugu case very well. This stand is sturdy, and it is stable even on a bed. I can type or write with the Apple pencil on my iPad being held with this tablet stand without it falling over, but it can slide back on a table when pushing on it. This stand can only hold my tablet at one angle, but it holds the tablet well in both portrait and landscape modes. When folded, this stand is very small and light, and it is easy to take along anywhere. I like this stand and I recommend it – and the price is excellent!
Lamicall Tablet Stand: This stand is not the biggest or the smallest, and it is not the heaviest or the lightest (shown on the right in the pictures). It is very well-made from all aluminum, with silicone pads on the tray where the tablet sits. The stand is very sturdy, and it is stable even on a bed. I can type or write with the Apple pencil on my iPad being held with this tablet stand without it moving or falling over. The stand allows your tablet to be viewed at an almost infinite number of angles, and it is easy to adjust. This Lamicall stand holds my 10.2” iPad in its Zugu case very well. This stand cannot be folded up completely (it will remain in an “L” shape). Overall, this is my favorite stand to hold my iPad. Everything about the stand is great, and it works perfectly for my needs. I highly recommend this tablet stand!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great quality! Holds 10.2" iPad with case!
By Peggy on June 22, 2020
In my search for the perfect stand for my 10.2” iPad, I purchased 3 different brands of tablet stands (Lamicall, Kabcon, and Saiji). In this review, I will summarize the pros and cons of each stand.
Kabcon Tablet Stand: This stand is the largest and heaviest of the three stands (shown in the middle in pictures). This stand seems very well-built, but it is EXTREMELY difficult to open and move the holder even a small amount (the hinge is very tight, and the stand is not easy to adjust). The stand is very sturdy, and it is stable even on a bed. I can type or write with the Apple pencil on my iPad being held with this tablet stand without it moving or falling over. The stand allows your tablet to be viewed at an almost infinite number of angles. This stand is mostly made with metal (the “arms” are a metal-colored plastic). There are silicone rubber pads that protect your tablet (anywhere the tablet would rest on the stand). The biggest con about this stand is that the “tray” that holds the tablet is not deep enough to fit my 10.2” iPad in its case (a Zugu/Muse case). I have to remove my iPad from its case for this stand to hold it properly. Overall, this is my least favorite (and most expensive) tablet stand of the 3 I tried. I do not recommend this product.
Saiji Tablet Stand: This stand is the smallest and lightest of the three stands (shown on the left in pictures). This stand seems simplistic and basic, but it is well-made and holds my 10.2” iPad in its Zugu case very well. This stand is sturdy, and it is stable even on a bed. I can type or write with the Apple pencil on my iPad being held with this tablet stand without it falling over, but it can slide back on a table when pushing on it. This stand can only hold my tablet at one angle, but it holds the tablet well in both portrait and landscape modes. When folded, this stand is very small and light, and it is easy to take along anywhere. I like this stand and I recommend it – and the price is excellent!
Lamicall Tablet Stand: This stand is not the biggest or the smallest, and it is not the heaviest or the lightest (shown on the right in the pictures). It is very well-made from all aluminum, with silicone pads on the tray where the tablet sits. The stand is very sturdy, and it is stable even on a bed. I can type or write with the Apple pencil on my iPad being held with this tablet stand without it moving or falling over. The stand allows your tablet to be viewed at an almost infinite number of angles, and it is easy to adjust. This Lamicall stand holds my 10.2” iPad in its Zugu case very well. This stand cannot be folded up completely (it will remain in an “L” shape). Overall, this is my favorite stand to hold my iPad. Everything about the stand is great, and it works perfectly for my needs. I highly recommend this tablet stand!
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