PRIZM stands for tablets and smartphones hands-on

PRIZM stands for tablets and smartphones hands-on
At first glance, we were wondering what exactly is Hub Innovation’s PRIZM. Obviously, the name itself alludes to something that’s related to geometry, and rightfully so, they fit the bill in having solid bases that are parallel to one another. However, before realizing they are stands for tablets and smartphones, we were under the impression we were checking out some kind of futuristic carving knife, since they boast the rounded curves of a blade. Nevertheless, they’re actually stands at heart.

Now it’s hard to say who would fathom even using the PRIZM stands on the go, since you know, they have this out of this world appearance. Interestingly, they’re constructed out of a tough aluminum alloy that put together by matching up their notches – thus, forming the distinct skeleton of an eclectic stand. And simply folks, that’s probably the single best thing about these PRIZM stands. No doubt they’re sturdy as well, but they stand out for their funky and non-traditional appearance.

Indeed, they’re portable enough to carry along on the road, but we’d actually prefer using these as showcasing pieces at home. Specifically, if you have a gadget that you want to make as a centerpiece on your living room table, these will absolutely add that hint of art to the mix. However, some might question its $25 to $40 price point (you can get them in a variety of colors and gold plated), but still, we’re certain some art aficionado would certainly pick them up. Indeed they’re functional in showcasing or propping up our devices, but you’re probably better off showing them off at home.



1. itiswhatitis

Posts: 423; Member since: Jan 23, 2012

What a marvelous piece of engineering!!!!!

2. KingKurogiii

Posts: 5713; Member since: Oct 23, 2011

they're definitely very cool but i wish there was rubber lining where the stand comes in contact with the device because i'd fear the stand wearing out or damaging my equipment.

3. roscuthiii

Posts: 2383; Member since: Jul 18, 2010

I thought it was some kind of Klingon sculpture for the coffee table.

4. OpTiMuS_BlAcK

Posts: 418; Member since: May 04, 2012

Improvising beats this anyday, waste of money that is.

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