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Targus Swivel Stand for Apple iPad

Anyone who has one knows that tablets are great for games. When you’ve got a few extra minutes to spare (or even when you’re avoiding actual work), it’s so easy to turn on that iPad for a quick game of Mildly Upset Fowl or to play a few turns in Phrases with Acquaintances.

But that’s when you realize that you’re not alone. A friend with you at the airport – or even a stranger waiting, like you, at the DMV or hospital – is looking wistfully over your shoulder at the screen, his or her newspaper abandoned. Now is the moment of decision: do you share your iPad time-passing game capability or keep it all to yourself?

If you decide to sacrifice the potential of a personal best for a quick two-player battle across the tablet field, there’s ways to do it… and then there are better ways. You can abandon your tablet to a fingerprint-filled back-and-forth pass, or you can go for the 360-degree style of the Targus Swivel Stand for Apple iPad.

Making multi-player tablet games more interesting – and offering a little more privacy for your devious plots when you take your turn, this stand rotates your iPad a full 360 degrees. It also features adjustable angle and fits right over covers like the iPad Smart Cover – adding an extra layer of protection for transport when closed. Perfect for games like Scrabble and Battleship, it makes turn-based games a smooth experience.

Turn your iPad into a rotating competition arena with the Targus Swivel Stand for Apple iPad.


  • Stand base rotates full 360 degrees for multiplayer games
  • Features adjustable angle for playing privacy
  • Fits over iPad Smart Cover or Targus Vucomplete Cover
  • Compatible with iPad and iPad 2 for a secure fit
  • Closing lid stows and protects iPad when not in use


  • Color: Black/Gray
  • Dimensions: 9.7" x 8.1" x 1.2" (L x W x D)
  • Weight: 1.5 lb
  • Compatibility: Apple iPad, iPad 2, New iPad (3rd generation)

Condition: Refurbished

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