SETA smartphone stand could be the only one you will ever need


What are some of the modern day innovations that you think will stand the test of time? The car is definitely one of them, as we all know that it is rather difficult to get around without any form of wheels. I would like to think that when it comes to mobile devices, the smartphone would also eventually end up to be an indispensable tool of everyday life. Well, if that were to be the case, you might want to be at the forefront of the action with the introduction of SETA, a smartphone stand that was specially designed to be the “last stand” that you will ever need. It was manufactured to perform a whole lot better compared to other traditional phone stands or docks, as SETA will suspend smartphones at what is deemed to be the perfect viewing angle regardless of where you place it – on the desk, nightstand, counter, or other smooth surfaces.

The thing is, the SETA smartphone stand might not even make it out of the gate, considering how this is still a Kickstarter project as you read this. Pledges for the SETA smartphone stand would start from $10 onwards, depending on how much faith you have in it. Just how high is the compatibility rate of the SETA smartphone dock? Well, the folks behind it claim that it has a 100% record, since it can hold just about every smartphone and accommodate all charging cables to date, so we guess it is future forward unless some other hardware manufacturer decides to take a different route with their chargers later on.

Other than that, there is also the patent pending T-Channel cord holder, in addition to a NanoSuction technology that has been incorporated into SETA, where it will synthetically emulate the adhesive qualities of gecko feet, which means your smartphone will be able to magically cling to the NanoSuction SETA pad, as the base pad secures SETA to most flat, non-porous surfaces without leaving a sticky residue behind.

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