I know! I know the hyperbole might be a little strong when I say that this might be the best iPad accessory out there, so I’ll say this is my favorite iPad accessory out there. Because in my opinion, I do think this is one of the best third-party accessories that I have ever used for an iPad. and I’m just going to cut right to the reason why this is the first iPad stand that I’ve used that not only looks fantastic, but it legitimately is so sturdy that I can shake the table and do things and it just doesn’t wobble at all. I mean when you’re hitting on it, it’s going to wobble. But when I touch it, it doesn’t wobble when I’m typing at my desk from a lot of the other stands that I’ve used. I’d be typing on a keyboard and then it wobbles. It’s unbearable to use when your screen is just all wobbly like that. Another important thing is when I go to interact with the iPad, it doesn’t wobble as much.
I’m not worried about knocking the stand over, or the iPad off of the stand itself. I know that sounds minor and not a reason to enjoy something, but I’m telling you it’s a major issue for me that I think is finally solved with this iPad stand. By the way, I forgot to mention the name, this is Charjen Pro’s Magfloatt Stand! Honestly, I like it a lot! Inside the box, you get the stand that does need some very light assembly. It won’t bother you, as it just needs a few screws at the bottom, and it’s all put together. Once it’s all set up, you’ll notice the excellent build quality and durability. You might be wondering how exactly the iPad connects to this mount. Well, I’m guessing the name magfloatt kind of gave it away. Yess! it takes advantage of the magnets, there are some really strong heavy-duty magnets inside of the iPad Pro, and it takes advantage of that!
All you do is line it up with this little camera cut out here, stick it right there and it connects! It’s not going anywhere I can shake it and I’m confident that, this stand is strong enough to be able to keep the iPad. The weight of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro specifically. It stays on perfectly fine and I can easily take it off when I need to. Another cool thing about the stand is that the iPad can rotate both into landscape and portrait mode. Aside from the rotation into landscape or portrait, you can also adjust the tilt, but the one thing you might have an issue with is that it cannot be height adjusted. I think it’s already at a good height but if you want it to be up a couple of extra inches, you’re not gonna be able to do that. It will always depend on where you place it on your desk. The $129 price tag might also seem kind of high.
But I do think after all of the different variations of stands and all the other things that I’ve used that have been anywhere from $60 to $80, I would say the extra 40 bucks for this stand, is worth it! because I can tell you right now, that it works perfectly fine. It looks great and it just kind of fits in with my setup. You can get the magfloatt in silver and space gray and it also comes in two sizes one for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and for the 11-inch iPad Pro as well as the latest 10.9-inch iPad air models. If you’ve been taking advantage of Apple’s excellent sidecar or universal control features this magfloatt stand enhances those features. If you have a Pro Display XDR or a Studio Display, and you use one of these next to it, I think it might blend in and kind of be an excellent addition to your setup and your workflow. Now it is your turn to let me know your thoughts on this stand! If you’re planning on picking one up or if you’ve used one of these in the past, I would love to hear about your experience in the comments down below!