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    Monoprice Universal Tablet Desk Stand
    Product # 16068
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    Universal Tablet Desk Stand

    Model 16068
    Tablet Size Range (Horizontal or Vertical) 5.04" ~ 8.82" (128 ~ 224 mm)
    Tilt Range 180° or more in three places
    Swivel Range 360°
    Rotation Range 360°
    Maximum Weight Capacity 4.45 lbs. (2.02kg)
    Dimensions 11.4" x 6.3" x 4.3" (290 x 160 x 110 mm)

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    This question is for monoprice: Are you guys going to have the manufacturer make one that will fit larger tablets, like the Surface 4/Book and Ipad Pro 12.9? If so, I will buy 10 of them!
    A shopper on May 27, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. This Tablet Desk Stand will be able to fit a tablet that has a max width of at least 8.82" (224mm). Both Tablets will be able to fit as explained below.

    When in the portrait orientation, the iPad Pro 12.9 will have a width of 8.68" (220.6mm) and the Surface Pro 4 will have a width of 7.93" (201.42mm). You would then be able to rotate the tablet to have it in the horizontal orientation.

    The iPad may have trouble fitting with a case on it but the Surface should have no problem fitting with a case on it. I hope this helps!
    How long are the arms, both together when fully extended, and individually?
    A shopper on Oct 24, 2017
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    BEST ANSWER: Fully extended about 14 inches. Upper arm about 6 ins, lower arm 8 ins.
    With both arms extended straight up from the base and a 10 inch tablet in landscape position (tablet not facing up, but in normal seated position) how high is the bottom of the tablet from the top of the base?
    Franklin W on Apr 11, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: In landscape orientation it's 10 3/8". In portrait orientation it's up to 12 1/2"
    I have two of these, love them, but would ALSO like to buy several on the wallmount "hot shoes" they go into to mount in various places the tablet and arm might be. is that possible?
    A shopper on Nov 17, 2017
    How long are the arms, both together when fully extended, and individually?
    A shopper on Oct 24, 2017
    What is the maximum thickness of device supported? I have a Dell Chromebook 11 with touchscreen I would like to use with this stand and the thickness is around 3/4" inch.
    A shopper on Jul 26, 2017
    4.2 / 5.0
    12 Reviews
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    1 Star
    4 Instead of 3 Because.....
    I rated 4 instead of 3 because of the price compared to other stands I have seen. When i first got it I considered it to have a strong and heavy base. I was like sweet. Then I put it together. As it came, it wouldn't hold the weight of my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) + Otterbox Case. It also wouldn't hold my tablet IN the case Securely. This is a CON. The next con...comes to the 3 different sized hex screws that are used. I had to tighten them ultra tight. So tight that I snapped the smalled sized tool. It was made from really cheap metal (so plan to buy a hex kit).

    After tightening all the screws...It still barely holds it. I can put little pressure on the part that holds my tablet and it spins (Landscape to Portrait). I can't tighten that part anymore because the tool snapped (I will be picking up a much better kit today). ALSO, about the holding my tablet securely. The "Teeth" (four of them) on the holder part are BARELY over the case (Otterbox Defender I believe). SO I devised a plan. I will use the cover for the case (snaps to the front to cover the screen, or to the back of the tablet) to snap to the BACK of the tablet...then use the "grabber's teeth" to grab the back of the cover. This is much more "Secure", but I ran into a problem when I rotated it to Portrait. This problem is that there is plastic on plastic so when I turned it portrait...the teeth/grabber slid to the edge of the case. The grabber's teeth should extend further out than it is now.

    One other small note. The hex tool and hex screws are so cheap...that the screw head is starting to strip already. However, I haven't seen any other stand for tablets this cheap and this heavy...It feels VERY strong. Now, for the last complaint. The base is NOT heavy enough to stay flat on the tablet/surface when You extend the arm down (past mid way) towards you. ESPECIALLY if you lean and rotate the top arm down towards you to. You have to either put a heavy weight on the back of the base, OR rotate the base arm towards the back of the stand then rotate the tablet arm towards you.

    If I could give it a 3.5 I would.

    PROS: Mounting Tools.
    Weight (better then a lot of stands I have seen)
    Functional (even though it isn't perfect)

    CONS: Screws (In the mount) and Tools are cheap
    Grabber isn't up to par to hold protected tablets
    October 7, 2016
    Money well spent
    I purchased this stand to help prop up my tablet while I was at my desk. The construction is sturdy and the base is heavy enough to counteract the weight of the tablet at any position. I have also used this in other places, like my bedside stand. I absolutely love it - it enables me to watch movies/tv anywhere without worrying about how to prop up my tablet.
    December 11, 2016
    over 2 years ago
    Mom approves
    I bought it for my mom to watch tv shows. She loved it so much, I decided to buy myself another one.

    The only thing to note is that I have an iPad mini, and it's too thin/narrow to stay securely clamped. I solved this issue by clamping the iPad mini length-wise instead of width-wise. Since this thing twists in every direction, where I clamp on doesn't matter at all.

    So useful and sturdy quality!
    February 8, 2018
    9 months ago
    Very clever, and very useful!
    Clever product, and solves several problems too. This is a great product, and at a great price too!
    September 9, 2017
    1 year ago
    Perfect Very well-made i use the stand part of it and it was the best not sure about the hanging part never used it but looks very heavy strong I give it the five stars also made out of good material look like a heavy aluminum. I recommend It. It fit my iPad Air 2 and look like have moor space to fit other bigger tablet .
    July 5, 2018
    4 months ago
    Sturdy stand that works.
    Tight fit for my 12" Ipad Pro, but with some fine tuning it works, feels very sturdy, and does the trick.
    October 2, 2018
    1 month ago
    Tablet desk stand
    Works fine. Arrived on time and was easy to assemble.
    August 5, 2018
    3 months ago
    Solid Stand
    Well built mostly metal product. The base is heavy enough to minimize movement on my desktop. I have not used the wall mount yet. It looks solid enough to hols as long as it is mounted correctly. It comes with three wrenches to tighten the swivel points. This may be the only flaw. I have had to tighten these a few times already during the three weeks since I received it
    July 26, 2017
    1 year ago
    Sturdy and Solid
    Quality is outstanding, and of course the price is right. The unit is heavy enough to securely hold your tablet without feeling bulky or cumbersome. The swivel and tilt adjustments afford nearly endless possible viewing positions, and the wall-mount option is a nice feature.

    Be aware that it's not designed to accommodate any type of case/cover you may have on your tablet. My particular case is difficult to remove, so I generally resort to using the awful tilt feature built into the case. Too bad...
    July 21, 2017
    1 year ago
    Close but no cigar.
    I was excited about this stand until I started to use it. For quality and design it's fine. It's major problem is the clamp that is supposed to hold the tablet. If you are using it in a horizontal orientation it is adequate. If you intend to leave a typical rubberized case on the tablet the clamp is not deep enough to accommodate the extra depth of the additional case. If you remove the additional protective case and try to use the stand in a vertical orientation the weight of the tablet will cause it to gradually slide out of the clamp. My solution was to substitute the clamp and it functions fine.
    March 16, 2018
    8 months ago