Best iPad Air Stands in 2020

We’ve covered iPad Air docking stations. There are also a plethora of cases that will work as a stand for the iPad. But nothing beats specifically-designed iPad Air stands.

Unfortunately, either the market demand for iPad stands is low or there aren’t many manufacturers involved in making a stand for the iPad Air. There are very few good-quality iPad stands on the market but there’s ample potential and promise to judge by the way products show up. We tried to pin down the best iPad Air stands currently available in the market. Here’s that list:

#1. Lamicall

Lamicall iPad Air Stand

Lamicall is designed to let you get the most out of your iPad. It’s made of the high-grade aluminum alloy material and features sturdy construction.

You can position your tablet both vertically and horizontally to have a more convenient viewing angle. Rubber pads protect the device from scratch, while the anti-slip pad offers it the needed stability.

You can choose this stand in four impressive colors like black, gray, rose gold and silver. On top of all, Lamicall comes with a lifetime warranty.

USP: High-grade aluminum alloy material
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#2. UGREEN

UGREEN iPad Air Stand

When it comes to stands for iPad, good grip is what we look for. This stand from Ugreen has got the ground covered with its design, and it won’t slip or fall. Besides, you can adjust the stand in different viewing angle to suit your viewing requirement.

The durability of the stand is justified by the premium ABS material and soft yet firm silicone gel at the bottom. Also, there are two color options available – Black, and white.

USP: Premium ABS material
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#3. OMOTON

OMOTON iPad Air Stand

When you talk about the top tablet stands for iPad, OMOTON can walk into the lineup with ease. What makes it such a good option is the pretty neat built-up.

The stand is constructed with top-grade aluminum and is exceptionally durable. It can hold your iPad both vertically and horizontally to provide improved viewing angles.

Thanks to the sticky base, it stays firmly intact while holding your device. With the silicone pads, your tablet has the needed protection from scratch. Plus, you can pick this adorable stand in six nice-looking colors such as black, gold, grey and more.

USP: Silicone pads
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#4. TechMatte

TechMatte iPad Air Stand

TechMatte is basically a universal stand for tablets, mini-tablets, and even smartphones. It’s designed to fit the iPad Air too. TechMatte features a simple design but works great. There are no clamps and holders and the likes: you just open the stand and place your iPad on it.

In order to secure the iPad in its place, TechMatte comes with non-slip grip tabs and liners. It doesn’t work like micro-suction but kind of replicates this behavior to hold the iPad securely even as you swipe through apps and websites.

The TechMatte also lets you keep the iPad Air in landscape mode for videos, movies, and presentations. The stand is smaller than most others (which makes it very easy to carry anywhere) and it’s also very light-weight.

USP: 270 degrees of rotation
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#5. iBlason iPad Air Armorbox

i-Blason iPad Air Kickstand Case

i-BLASON’s iPad Air Armorbox is not really a stand. It’s a case that features the peculiar kick-stand. Going this way, however, we have a lot of case stands for the iPad Air and even the typical smart cover can be used as a stand for the iPad Air.

The i-BLASON Armorbox, however, features a hybrid design that includes three layers of protection: a screen protector, a polycarbonate hard shell, and a silicone outer shell. Unlike Otterbox defenders though, iBLASON is light. And much less military-grade.

The kickstand is what interests us. It’s the opposite of a thin, almost-not-there kind of design. It is sturdy and keeps the iPad Air in the landscape mode. Although made of plastic, the kickstand is quite sturdy, in keeping with the general make of the armor shell.

USP: Built-in kickstand
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BONUS

MiStand

DesignMI iPad Air Stand

The MiStand was the first micro-suction stand we stumbled on Kickstarter (prior to Slope). There’s one big difference between Slope and MiStand: flexibility. Slope’s design fixes the iPad orientation. MiStand comes with a ball-socket arrangement that lets you rotate the iPad Air to any degree. This makes it perfect for both reading (portrait) and watching movies (landscape) on the iPad without having to remove/refix it on the stand (as in the case of Slope).

MiStand’s design also includes two micro-suction patches instead of a single large one. The latter seems far safer and better in terms of design. Nevertheless, MiStand has a cool look too with its metal finish. There are also multiple color options.

USP: Ball-socket arrangement
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Read More: MiStand is The Coolest and Best iPad Air Stand Ever

That’s it!

Your favorite stand?

So, which one of the above tablet stands has caught your eyes? It would be my pleasure to know its name.

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The founder of iGeeksBlog, Dhvanesh, is an Apple aficionado, who cannot stand even a slight innuendo about Apple products. He dons the cap of editor-in-chief to make sure that articles match the quality standard before they are published.