Omoton T1 Tablet Stand Review

An unshakeable desktop iPad stand

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5

Omoton T1 Adjustable Tablet Stand

Omoton T1 Tablet Stand

Lifewire / Sandra Stafford

What We Like
  • Charging cables can pass through

  • Multiple color options

  • Sturdy build

What We Don't Like
  • Some users report quality control issues

The Omoton T1 Tablet Stand is a great iPad stand to leave on the desk. This ergonomic metal stand is available in many colors, so it looks great in any home.

5

Omoton T1 Adjustable Tablet Stand

Omoton T1 Tablet Stand

Lifewire / Sandra Stafford

We purchased the Omoton T1 Adjustable Tablet Stand so our reviewer could put it to the test. Keep reading for our full product review.

If your iPad is the way you get work done, you need a good tablet stand. The Omoton T1 Tablet Stand checks a few boxes. This ergonomic stand raises iPads to the height of a computer monitor, and multiple color options ensure it looks great in any home office. I tested the Omoton T1 around my house for 12 hours of work.

Design: Simply functional

The Omoton T1 Tablet Stand is an adjustable plate attached to a heavy metal base. The plate lifts iPads two to four inches off the desk, depending on the angle. Silicone pads keep the base from sliding around and prevent scratches.

The Omoton T1 Tablet Stand is an adjustable plate attached to a heavy metal base.

The stand has cut-outs for charging cables to pass through, allowing charging even during use. There are six color options to complement any home office.

Omoton T1 Tablet Stand

Lifewire / Sandra Stafford

Performance: Won’t fall down on the job

My cat is the ultimate saboteur when I’m trying to get work done. She walks across my keyboard, sits directly in front of my screen, and generally gets in the way. But none of those are her favorite ways to be a menace. Her favorite thing to do is rub her face on my iPad until she knocks it over.

Omoton T1 Tablet Stand

Lifewire / Sandra Stafford

The Omoton T1 Tablet Stand put a stop to that. The heavy metal base has a low center of gravity and a large footprint, allowing it to withstand most force that might knock it over. My old tablet stand was fairly stable, but my cat could still knock the iPad off the stand. The Omoton T1, on the other hand, supports almost the full width of my iPad. This stand won’t fall over, and my iPad didn’t budge either.

The heavy metal base has a low center of gravity and a large footprint, allowing it to withstand most force that might knock it over.

Comfort: Elevate the iPad experience

Using an iPad can be a pain in the neck. Before I used a tablet stand, a few hours of work left my neck and shoulders aching. The Omoton iPad Stand provides a few inches of lift, and they make a big difference in terms of neck strain.

Omoton T1 Tablet Stand

Lifewire / Sandra Stafford

With my iPad arm’s length away, I could watch the display without bending my neck. Different viewing angles made my iPad more comfortable to use for a variety of tasks. 

The Omoton iPad Stand provides a few inches of lift, and they make a big difference in terms of neck strain.

I kept my iPad at a high viewing angle while I studied and highlighted text with my Apple Pencil. When it was time to type up my notes, I kept my iPad upright to raise it as high as possible. Ideally, screens should be at eye level, but the Omoton T1 is an improvement over most tablet stands.

Price: Spend more for a splash of color

The cost varies depending on color choice, but the Omoton T1 won’t cost more than $25. With its mechanically simple design, it’s not going to break any time soon. This isn’t too much to pay for an iPad stand that will outlive my iPad.

Omoton T1 Tablet Stand

Lifewire / Sandra Stafford

Omoton T1 Tablet Stand vs. AmazonBasics Tablet Stand

The Omoton iPad Stand has a few benefits over its competition. The stand elevates iPads to a more comfortable viewing level without sacrificing stability. It is sturdy and well-built, with thoughtful design considerations like pass-through space for charging cables. The only benefit it’s missing is portability. I wouldn’t toss a large, solid metal stand in a backpack with my iPad.

If portability is a concern, consider the Amazon Basics Tablet Stand. It’s a compact, foldable easel made of durable plastic. This stand doesn’t lift iPads very much, but it is well-built and stable.

The upper arm of the stand is adjustable for multiple viewing angles, and the nonslip material keeps my iPad firmly in place. If you’re working at home, the Omoton T1 Tablet Stand is a superior choice. When it’s time to work at the cafe, the AmazonBasics Tablet Stand is what you’ll want to take.

Final Verdict

A great, sturdy iPad stand. 

The Omoton iPad Stand is built to elevate tablets without sacrificing functionality. A sturdy design keeps this stand upright and iPads safe no matter what.

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Specs

  • Product Name T1 Adjustable Tablet Stand
  • Product Brand Omoton
  • MPN 4326548378
  • Release Date August 2016
  • Weight 0.705 oz.
  • Product Dimensions 5.12 x 4.33 x 2.36 in.
  • Color Black, Gold, Grey, Red, Rose Gold, Silver
  • Price $18.99 to $21.99
  • Warranty 1 year
  • Compatibility Phones and tablets up to 12.9 inches
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