iPad Accessory Review: The MoviePeg

iPad Accessory Review:  The MoviePeg

There are a lot of stands currently available for the iPad. Many of them however, are both expensive and hard to carry. A while back I told you about the MoviePeg for the iPhone. This compact and easy to carry stand is not only inexpensive but small enough to be toted around almost anywhere. The new iPad version is now available in two distinct colors, black and a very limited edition orange and priced at only $19.95 it’s the perfect stand for every iPad owner.

The iPad version of the MoviePeg consists of two similar pieces. On the back of each piece you’ll find a tongue and groove type system that locks the two pieces together so that they are easily both stored and carried.

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When you’re ready to use the MoviePeg simply separate the two halves and place one on either side of your iPad.

The MoviePeg allows you to view your iPad both in the horizontal or in the landscape position.

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While it may not be the most glamorous iPad stand I’ve seen it’s just as functional as any I’ve used and cheaper than all the rest. The MoviePeg is small enough to be stored in a gear bag or even in one’s pocket. It’s durable too so it should last the life of your iPad.  While it doesn’t offer a ton of different viewing angles the MoviePeg is a great choice if you don’t have the cash to shell out for one of the more pricier iPad stand or you’re looking for one that’s ultra-portable.

You can learn more about the MoviePeg or grab one of your own by visiting the company’s homepage here.

M. S. R. P. – $19.95

What I like – inexpensive, small, easily carried.

What I don’t like – doesn’t offer a ton of angles for viewing.

About the Author

LarryGreenberg
I have always had a passion for gear and gadgets. It all started for me with the release of the very first Palm Pilot. I've always had an interest in handheld electronics. From handheld PDAs, to cell phones, Mp3 players, watches and other products, I'm the first person my friends, family and colleagues call when they need advice on tech. I have roots in the online tech. forum community. I served as the Administrator to Howard Forums.com and as a Moderator at both Treo Central.com and Blackberry Forums.net. Under the screen name “lgreenberg” I've amassed 50,000+ postings. I also manage my own YouTube channel under the user name larrygreenberg. I'm always eager to help.