ChillTab Holds The iPad At A Precise And Correct Sixty Degrees | Cult of Mac

ChillTab Holds The iPad At A Precise And Correct Sixty Degrees



Quick question: How do you feel about 60˚? That’s the angle, not the temperature. Do you like it? Still not sure? Then let me put it another way: Are you a fan of tilting things back by 30 degrees?

If so, and if you don’t like to adjust things, then the ChillTab2 might just be the perfect stand for you.

It’s sturdy metal “universal tablet” stand which has been powder-coated in black. It is just about as simple as can be, constructed from a bent sheet and with a pair of brackets at the bottom on which to perch your iPad. There’s also space to run a cable if you use the tablet in portrait orientation.

I’m actually quite partial to sixty degrees as an angle. 45˚ is a little too middle-of-the-raid, a boring angle which can’t commit. 90˚ is a strong and righteous angle, great for walls but not so good for gadgets.

But 60˚ is an angle that knows what it wants and isn’t afraid to go out and take it. It’s an angle that will stand proud in a lineup, even if that lineup is one of iPads pressed into service on an undignified trade show stand. They may be covered in greasy, germ-ridden fingerprints, but at least they’ll be standing to attention, at sixty awesome degrees.


Source: ChillBed
Via: Macworld


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