Pyle PMKSPAD2 Universal Tablet PC/Android/Kindle/iPad Floor Stand for Music/Instrument Notes Reading

Pyle PMKSPAD2 Universal Tablet PC/Android/Kindle/iPad Floor Stand for Music/Instrument Notes Reading

  • Fits Any Tablet From 8″ – 10.1″
  • Height Adjustability: 3.6Ft – 4.9Ft
  • 360 Degree Rotatable Flexible Metal Hose
  • 300 Degree Rotatable Tablet Gripper
  • High Brightness Led Lamp With Dimmer

The Pmkspad2 Is An Innovative New Stand With A Flexible Gooseneck Mount. It Fits Virtually Any Tablet From 8 To 10 Inches In Size. Just Secure Your Tablet To The Device And Start Using Your Favorite Apps. It’s Great For Reading In Bed, Listening To Music, Browsing The Internet, Watching Video – You Name It. The Metal Hose Rotates A Full 360 Degrees For Viewing At Any Angle. There’s Also A Usb Port To Charge Your Device.

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  • susan b. barber
    Posted December 27, 2014 1:27 pm 0Likes
    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Floor stand, May 19, 2013
    susan b. barber (downers grove, il United States) –

    This review is from: Pyle PMKSPAD2 Universal Tablet PC/Android/Kindle/iPad Floor Stand for Music/Instrument Notes Reading (Personal Computers)
    Issues with arthritic neck. Really helps. Keeps head up and neck straight. No pain!,,Recommend for people like me–tried other product–didn’t work?





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  • MGIxian
    Posted December 27, 2014 1:09 pm 0Likes
    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good stand with a couple minor assembly flaws, January 16, 2013
    MGIxian (Austin, TX United States) –

    This review is from: Pyle PMKSPAD2 Universal Tablet PC/Android/Kindle/iPad Floor Stand for Music/Instrument Notes Reading (Personal Computers)
    This makes a pretty decent bedside stand for a tablet. The tripod legs hold it steady – it doesn’t seem ready to fall over at any time like I’ve read about some other stands. My iPad 3 is held securely in place by the mount. The included USB cable is very convienent, although a little short on the bottom – you might need a standard USB extension cord to go with it, unless you are within about 2 feet of a plug. The flexible arm is a little stiff, but I was able to get it in to the position I wanted without too much trouble, and I’d rather have it be more stable than loose. It comes with a built in extension arm that allows you to raise the stand quite high – higher than the picture would lead you to believe. Overall I’m pretty pleased with it, it makes reading email, web browsing, and watching movies on a tablet pretty convienent in bed or on the couch. The tablet holder looks like it will accomodate a fairly wide range of devices – both my iPad 3 and Nexus 7 fit in it fine, and you could go with even larger tablets.

    I knocked off a star for a couple reasons: One, the adjustable part of the tablet holder wouldn’t tighten down – it appears to be missing a washer. Perhaps mine was mistakenly shipped without one but whatever the case it won’t work without it. 5/8 twist-lock washers are cheap and do the trick but I shouldn’t have had to make a trip to the hardware store to get one.

    Also, the height extension is a little loose – there’s a latch that when opened easily allows you to move it up and down, but it too is a little loose. It holds it in place when closed, but it’s a little too easy to move up and down even in that state. I didn’t have a problem with the weight of my tablet moving it once in place, but it’s annoying when you are first adjusting it to the right position.

    It also comes with a little plastic phone/mp3 player holder about mid-stand, but it’s an afterthought and not much use. My iPhone 5 would fit in it only by using force (which I didn’t want to do, as it’s not padded) and it’s one of the slimmest modern phones around – most Android phones, or the iPhone 4 for that matter, wouldn’t fit, even sans case. I wasn’t even expecting it so I won’t knock off a star for that but be aware.

    With the USB extension it’s actually a decent deal. Buy it, just watch out for the usual fit and finish issues.





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  • Ali Julia
    Posted December 27, 2014 12:14 pm 0Likes
    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Tested with iPad Mini(8″), Galaxy Tab (7.7″) and Pyle tablet (9″), August 13, 2013
    Ali Julia (boston, mass) –
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    This review is from: Pyle PMKSPAD2 Universal Tablet PC/Android/Kindle/iPad Floor Stand for Music/Instrument Notes Reading (Personal Computers)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 1:12 Mins

    This stand can be used either as goose neck LED light or a tablet holder. The stand is fairly heavy and feels well made (with some minor complaints listed below).

    I tested the tablet holder with our three tablets: iPad Mini (8″ x 5.4″), Galaxy 7.7 Tablet (7.7″ by 5.5″), and Pyle Tablet (9.75″ x 5.75″). They all fit securely (see video).

    The light has 14 LED lights. One side of the light has the switch on/off, the other side of the light has the dimmer. The light is bright enough for me to read under it in a dark room.

    The three legs hold the stand very steadily. However, the legs do not lock in and drop down if you lift the stand. This means you need to bend down and spread the stand’s legs when you move it to a new location. Having the legs drop down is useful for storage, however it would be better if I could lock the legs in place when the stand is in use.

    My second minor complaint is that even though I can lock in the tablet very nicely, the gooseneck attachment to the part that keeps the orientation of the tablet is a bit loose. It holds its position but moves if you touch it. I have not been able to tighten it.

    Mid-way up the stand there is a holder for the phone. I found it to be a bit too snug for the phone with a gel skin on. I re-purposed the phone holder to be a cord holder. The stand’s cord (used when you charge the tablet or use the light) comes out of the bottom of the stand and when it is not in use I use the phone holder to wrap the cord around it, so the cord is out of the way.

    The stand has built-in USB charger. To test how good the charger is I ran the standard test I use to test all chargers, so I can compare its performance to dedicated chargers. My standard test is to charge a mobile device for 10 minutes and measuring it charged the device in 10 minute period. I use Battery App by Elvison to determine how each device recognized the charging source. ‘AC’ status means the charging is at full charging rate. ‘USB’ status indicates charging at a lower charging rate. ‘Discharging’ status means that the charging rate is below the power that the device is consuming so it slows down the discharge rate but does not re-charge.

    I used Galaxy Tablet 7.7 for this test, and it got charged 4% in that 10 minute period. This is a pretty decent performance. Although not the fastest charging compared to the best dedicated charger I have tested, but well above average.

    My third minor complaint has to do with the length of the cord that comes out of the stand. The length of the cord is 32″. Because the legs of the unit are 13″ I was not able to reach the outlet without an extension cord in several locations where I wanted to place the stand. I wish the built-in cord was longer, double the original length would be ideal. Obviously, this short-coming can be worked around with an extension cord.

    The maximum height of the stand is 57″. The minimum height of the stand is 42″. It weights 4.9 pounds. The LED lamp rated at 1.7W.
    The legs of the stand extend 13″ inches from the center. If you need to put the stand next to a platform bed (so the legs cannot go under) you can position the legs as a triangle then the center pole of the stand is 8″ away from the bed. The goose neck could be bent so the tablet will be hanging over the edge of the bed.

    I received this stand from the manufacturer for testing and an honest review, be it positive or negative. I covered both the positives and the negatives of my experience with the stand, and I hope the video and photos will give you a better idea of what to expect.

    Overall, I find the stand very handy, especially when I am sick and have to spend extra time in bed. I use it both as a light and a tablet holder.

    Ali Julia review





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