Top Tablet Stands
Tablets can be a pain to hold, we rounded up the best stands to keep you hands free

When it comes to using tablets, it can be quite a nuisance to hold those massive pieces of technology in our hands while we use them. If we all had our way, we would have assistants following us around carrying our tablets and holding them up for us to use when we needed. Since that won’t happen anytime soon, at least not for most of us, let’s take a look at some great tablet stands that will make your life a little bit easier.

Best For Kitchens: iKross Kitchen Tablet Mount and Stand

Looking up recipes, or maybe just want to binge-watch The Office for the millionth time while you meal prep for the week? The iKross Kitchen Tablet Mount and Stand is going to be your new best friend then. At an affordable price of only $28 on Amazon, you can’t go wrong having this bad boy in your kitchen (just make sure you set your toaster oven to “toaster” when cooking your cheese pita).

Best For Lounging: Ipevo PadPillow Stand

If we’re all being completely honest here, the main reason we ever buy tablets is so we can sit and watch Netflix in almost any location. The one downside to that is that sitting and watching Netflix on a tablet can be uncomfortable, but that’s where the Ipevo PadPillow Stand comes in.

Best For Travel: Kanex iDevice

It’s important that we have the tech to make it easier to get work done or simply stay entertained while we’re on the go, which is where the Kanex iDevice comes in. With a size of only 3 inches by 3 inches, this awesome little stand can be taken anywhere to help make it easier to use your tablet on the go. It also costs less than $20, so you can’t go wrong there.

Best Looking: Yohann Stand

This wooden stand looks fantastic, but that premium look comes at a premium price. The cheapest you can buy these is $129, and that’s the pre-order sale price for the latest model. If you want a Yohann stand, it’s going to cost you somewhere between $129 and $159. Part of that price comes from the build in Apple Pencil stand, with magnets inside the stand to keep the pencil in place.