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Bluelounge Mika Universal Stand: One Stand to Rule All Stands

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Once you start accumulating multiple mobile gadgets, it’s probably time to get a decent stand for those times when you don’t want to hold your devices in your hand or on your lap. However, it makes no sense to have a stand for each of your mobile devices. That’s one of the reasons why this stand is really interesting, because it will cut down on the clutter on your desk, and save you the expense of multiple device-specific stands.

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The less-is-more Bluelounge Mika keeps just about any device safely propped up while you’re using it. It can hold most every smartphone or tablet, and even can handle some small laptops.

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Its aluminum frame has soft rubber edges that hold gadgets securely, and won’t scratch up your beloved devices. Since it’s made out of aluminum means that it will look nice sitting next to a variety of Apple devices and computers.

The Mika Universal stand is available directly from Bluelounge for $39.95(USD).

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