Review: Universal Tablet Stand from Filofax

Remember Filofax? For a long time, they were the main way to keep track of your schedule. Everybody had one. Then Personal Digital Assistants took over, and then the iPhone and iPad came along. Well, Filofax is back. I got to see them at CES 2018 and they are embracing the modern era. In addition to Filofax binders that can incorporate a tablet, they have the eniTAB 360 ($19.99)

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The eniTAB 360 is a stick-on tablet stand that is infinitely adjustable (okay, adjustable to 140 degrees) and rotatable for portrait or landscape mode. It's also removable and reusable so when you upgrade iPads or even migrate between Android and Apple, you can keep using the eniTAB 360. The stand comes in small and large, for tablets the size of an iPad mini and full-size tablets.

To remove the eniTAB, they include a removal tool that you slip between the tablet and the eniTAB to separate them. No residue is left and the eniTAB can be used again and again. The eniTAB integrates with Filofax cases, slipping in like a notepad. The eniTAB is sold in black or gray and is reasonably priced at under $20.

Pros

  • Infinitely adjustable
  • Rotatable
  • Removable and reusable
  • Integrates with Filofax cases
  • Black or gray

Cons

  • Make sure you order the right size

Final Verdict

The Filofax eniTAB 360 is a very adjustable and affordable tablet stand. 

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