Slope is an elegant universal tablet stand that brings exactly the functionality you want sitting at your desk.
It’s the result of two years of R&D and the perfect marriage of form and function. Part of thinking behind the name Slope comes from 66 degree angle and orientation of your tablet when it’s sitting on the stand. Slope is intentionally designed to tablet-agnostic, however it complements Apple’s iPads, the Nexus 7 and 10, as well as Kindle+ quite well.
Slope is engineered in such a way that it can easily to anchor your tablet to your desk without the use of adhesives or clamps. You can swipe, type and view content easily, without the risk of sliding. It’s fun to use and not like any other stand you’ve ever owned.
Slope's minimal form is shaped via CNC machining. It's then hand buffed, glass bead blasted, hard anodized and sealed. Slope also has two Nanofoam pads affixed to its aluminum base, one gripping the backside of the tablet, the other gripping the surface of the desk underneath. The material that comprises Nanofoam was manufactured in such a way that it's laden with thousands of open air pockets along its surface. When you press an object with a flat surface against the Nanofoam material the air is forced out of these air pockets thereby creating a vacuum that firmly grips your tablet.
Slope is a Kickstarter project seeking to raise $60,000 to bring Slope into production. See more here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/297012779/2075603182?token=3ca30fa8