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Excellent, this is the second one!I want to have another because I play in so many places on weekends, now I have a "back up". The reason was preparing the stuff for the next day gig, in which there was no need to use a lot of equipment, I put in the bag all necessary... except the thing to hold the iPad!. The quality is no discussion, it's extraordinary. Only one thing is bad: the rubber cushions that are on the 4 legs of the iKlip have the tendency to fall, and between gig you'll never know where they got left. In this new one I just put a tiny amount of silicone sealant and stick them again just to make sure they don't gonna be loose.5Works great for the Surface Pro 4Works great for the Surface Pro 4. I have it landscape position and the hands on this grab hold of the Surface Pro 4 tight, it won't slip. It can easily mount on the microphone stand or anything that you can tighten it to. I mount it right on top of my keyboard stand. I recommend this brand and model for anybody having a tablet 10" or above. I was able to stretch the hands out further than the shortest side of the Surface Pro 4 so you might be able to use for tablets that are bigger.5Works great with an iPad with an OtterboxI've used this on stage 3 times now and I really like it. It seems really solid. My chunky Otterbox (on my iPad 2) still sticks out of the edge of the fingers a little, but it still seems to hold it just fine. I would highly recommend this to someone that has a case and does not want to have to take the case off every time they need to use it on stage.5Not worth the money.I returned the first one I purchased because I couldn t tighten it and ordered a replacement only to have the same thing happen to this one after only a month. Of course the return window is closed now, so I m stuck with it.1Wonderful piece of equipment for any muscicians.This item is extremely handy when you play music from a tablet/iPad. It has an adjustable height mechanism that hooks onto a microphone stand or other piece of equipment. Fast and easy to use. However, my friend got an earlier model and the springs that hold the tablet were much tighter than mine. I had to return the first one I ordered because my tablet slipped out the bottom over a period of time. The second one was not much tighter, so I had to put rubber bands to aid in the strength of the clamp springs. So far, it is working fine.4Compare an apple to an apple.......pardon the pun.....regarding dimensionsSo in the description it states that it will fit Ipads from 7" to 12.1". Well this is true if you are "grabbing " the ipad at the narrowest dimension. So if you are in portrait mode, then it will grab the ipad @ 9 oclock & 3 oclock. If you are in landscape mode then it will grab @ 12 oclock & 6 oclock position. I was wanting the safety of the lower grab hook to be under the ipad @ the 6 oclock position with the ipad in portrait mode.....it will not. To me this was a little unclear in the description. Other than that this has worked well for me so far.4Cheap Plastic and Doesn't Fit If You use a CaseI bought this to hold my Sumsung tablet on my mic stand at gigs. Unfortunately, it didn't hold it, and after 5 minutes, the tablet fell out. Luckily I had an excellent case on the tablet that protected it from breaking. I tried using it without the case and that was actually worse; didn't hold it at all. The inly way I could use it was horizontally, and tilted as far back as possible. This didn't work well, because I need to read lyrics/chord changes while I'm playing guitar, and reading them horizontally is a hassle. Also, this thing is super-cheap plastic. I can't imagine it lasting very long. Overall, a waste of money. Sending it back, and starting a search for something that will work!1Sturdy iPad holderVery sturdy and pretty good versatility and viewing angle adjustment. It works fine on my older iPad Gen 2 in it's OtterBox case, as well as with my new iPad Gen 6 in it's OtterBox case two. It fails to hold my iPad mini in its Pelican case - apparently is to "deep" not allowing the four "grippers" or "claws" sufficient contact to the tablets edges to securely hold it, and it falls out. The four gripping tabs with their soft/pliable " liner pads" need to be longer to accommodate the deeper protective cases out there on the market being used. The two internal springs that pull the two "claw" ends together also could be stronger, providing a more secure grip on the heavier tablets held when in their protective cases.5Excellent productThere are a lot of these stands available but making my decision was easy, because of friend of mine had already used this one so I bought it. It's been wonderful. It's very easy to assemble, and it holds my iPad securely. At first I wondered how I could turn my ipad sideways, so I tried to put it in stand lengthways, but the stand wouldn't open up wide enough. Then I simple turned the stand and it rotated perfectly so that I could use my ipad in either position.5Not ideal for drumming with my iPad Air 2 Probably fine for other use casesI purchased an Xpand on somebody's recommendation and am using it with an iPad Air 2 for drumming. While the Xpand does seem to be well designed (and the easy rotation part is great!), I did not find it to be ideal for my purposes. It may be perfectly fine for other uses. I also note that the little rubber pads in the grip seem to be holding in place nicely, unlike the experience of other reviewers, so perhaps the manufacturer has begun glueing them.My first concern is that the screw for the bracket that clamps on to an external stand is about 1/16" too short for the 7/16" cymbal arms that are so plentiful around drum sets. I suppose I can wedge something extra in there to make it work. Someone might suggest that I just use another stand, but I need to attach this to my rack which I also use for gigging, so that I don't have to carry yet another piece of hardware around.My second concern is that although the product is explicitly listed as compatible with the iPad Air 2, the tablet clip can only stretch up to 9", and the iPad Air 2 is 9 3/8" wide, so I can only place the narrow side of the iPad into the clip. That might not seem like a big problem, because the clip seems to be holding the iPad fairly well. But for the safety of the iPad when using apps in portrait mode, I would prefer for part of the clip to actually hold the iPad from underneath and not just the sides, because there is always a lot of shock and vibration around any drum set. Furthermore, iPad cases usually or always open along the long edge, so it's less than ideal to fold the cover behind the iPad, double-fold the exterior panel, and stuff all of that into the Xpand clip.The Xpand is priced as a premium product. I would have hoped for better compatibility with the iPad Air 2. I will be looking for alternatives.3
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IK Multimedia iKlip Xpand Universal Mic Stand Support for iPad and Tablets