The World's Thinnest Yet Most Functional Stand for Apple iPad Was Launched at Kickstarter

Think Stand is the world's thinnest yet most functional iPad stand. San Jose based engineer Kitae Kwon needs $10,000 to bring Think Stand to the market.


San Jose, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/04/2014 -- Think Stand was designed to offer a versatile and comfortable viewing experience to thousands of iPad users around the world. In spite of the many attractive features of iPads, users often complain that a flat surface is required to ensure the best possible performance of these devices. Several iPad stands are available in the market to solve this limitation. However, most of these products are complicated and offer limited viewing options. Think Stand promises to make life easier for iPad users by offering them a viewing experience like never before.

With a fully adjustable stand, Think Stand ensures maximum comfort while using it at home or on-the-go. It functions by attaching a stainless steel sheet with micro suction pad to the back of the iPad and attaching Smart Cover on the top of the sheet metal. Depending on their convenience, Think Stand users can view their iPad in any viewing angle between 15- and 50- degrees. Seamless integration with the Apple Smart Cover allows users to use their iPad in both landscape and portrait mode.

Made in the United States from aerospace-grade stainless steel, Think Stand provides scratch resistance to the back of the iPad. It can also be attached and detached multiple times without leaving any smudges of scratches on the iPad. With a weight of 0.2 pounds and thickness of 0.75mm, Think Stand is all set to become the world's thinnest yet most functional iPad stand.

Think Stand supports iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, and iPad mini.

Think Stand is the brainchild of Kitae Kwon, an engineer with a rich experience in digital gadgets. He also has the experience of managing a successful Kickstarter campaign for his previous venture called Landingzone, an advanced docking station for the MacBook Air. Kitae is now looking to emulate this success by raising $10,000 to bring Think Stand to the market.

This Kickstarter campaign will end on Tuesday, December 1, 2014.

To find out more about the campaign, please visit

The official website of Think Stand is

About Kitae Kwon
Kitae Kwon is a semiconductor design engineer from San Jose, CA. He has worked on numerous chips that power the gadgets in people’s digital life. Three years ago, he launched a Kickstarter project for his docking station for the MacBook Air, which is called Landingzone, and delivered it. Now, he is seeking support from Kickstarter for Think Stand.