Finding a good way to prop up my e-reader has always been a challenge. The MoKo case for my Nexus 7 works well in landscape mode, but my Kindle Touch case doesn’t have any way to position it. If you’ve been searching as well, I’ve found two solutions you might want to consider.
The first is the AmazonBasics Mini Travel Stand (top photo). It’s only $6.20 on Amazon, and it’s deceptively useful. Folding flat, it fits just about anywhere. There’s no reason not to have it with you all the time. As you’ll see, it works well for a “naked” device. You have limited control over angle by widening or narrowing how much you open the stand. It’s so small and discrete that you’ll forget its there while you’re reading. It works equally well for portrait and landscape positioning.
The next option is the AmazonBasics Portable Fold-Up Travel Stand—quite the mouthful (bottom photo).
By raising or lowering the upright part of the stand, you can adjust the angle of your device. It also works well in landscape mode.
There you have it. Two ways to read at a table. They also work well on airline tray tables. I’ve used the fold-up one to watch movies in-flight. Much nicer than holding my tablet in my lap.
Just one warning: My dog thought the fold-up stand was a great chew toy. Fortunately, it was inexpensive, and I got a second one. I’ve made sure to keep the replacement well out of her reach.