Slope iPad Stand by Dekke

Nov 7, 2014

Category: Living

Have you ever tried to use your iPad in the kitchen while making beef bourguignon? We have. It’s not a pretty sight. Point is, sometimes you need something to hold up your tablet, and Dekke’s Slope stand is one classy way to do it.

The appeal here is Slope’s unique microscopic suction technology for attaching your prized possession to its aluminum frame. Slope’s two pads are comprised of Nanofoam, featuring thousands of microscopic air pockets, so when you press your iPad against it, the Nanofoam forces air out of the pockets creating some really sweet vacuum suction action. This means you can tap, swipe, and pinch with no worries of the tablet sliding around at all. Plus the thing just looks slick too. [Purchase]

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